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Farmall 806 - tests

Farmall 806 tractor photo
1963 - 1967
Row-Crop tractor
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Nebraska Tractor Test 857:

806 fuel use from test 857
Test Date:October 22 - 30, 1963
Type:Diesel Torque Amplifier 2WD
PTO power (rated engine speed):94.93 hp [70.8 kW]
PTO fuel use (engine speed):6.3 gal/hour [23.8 l/hour]
PTO power (rated PTO speed):89.04 hp [66.4 kW]
PTO fuel use (PTO speed):5.9 gal/hour [22.3 l/hour]
Drawbar power (max):84.77 hp [63.2 kW]
Drawbar fuel use (max):6.4 gal/hour [24.2 l/hour]
Drawbar pull (max):9,182 lbs [4164 kg]
Max pull gear:3L-TA
Test report:PDF file
 

Nebraska Tractor Test 859:

806 fuel use from test 859
Test Date:10/28/1963
Type:Gasoline Torque Amplifier 2WD
PTO power (rated engine speed):93.27 hp [69.6 kW]
PTO fuel use (engine speed):7.4 gal/hour [28.0 l/hour]
PTO power (rated PTO speed):83.99 hp [62.6 kW]
PTO fuel use (PTO speed):6.6 gal/hour [25.0 l/hour]
Drawbar power (max):80.70 hp [60.2 kW]
Drawbar fuel use (max):7.5 gal/hour [28.4 l/hour]
Drawbar pull (max):9,003 lbs [4083 kg]
Max pull gear:3L-TA
Test report:PDF file
 

Nebraska Tractor Test 861:

806 fuel use from test 861
Test Date:November 6 - 26, 1963
Type:LP-gas Torque Amplifier 2WD
PTO power (rated engine speed):93.42 hp [69.7 kW]
PTO fuel use (engine speed):9.6 gal/hour [36.3 l/hour]
PTO power (rated PTO speed):83.20 hp [62.0 kW]
PTO fuel use (PTO speed):8.4 gal/hour [31.8 l/hour]
Drawbar power (max):81.53 hp [60.8 kW]
Drawbar fuel use (max):9.5 gal/hour [36.0 l/hour]
Drawbar pull (max):9,072 lbs [4115 kg]
Max pull gear:3L-TA
Test report:PDF file
 

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