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    CO-OP E4

    CO-OP E4 tractor photo
    1949 - 1958
    Row-Crop tractor





    Note: the CO-OP model E4 is the same as the Cockshutt 40. The following data is from the 40 listing.

    The Cockshutt model 40 was available with a Buda 230 cubic inch engine, with choice of gasoline, diesel, LP-gas, or distillate as the fuel. In 1955, a Perkins diesel was also an option, sold as the Cockshutt 40PD and labeled the 40D4 Golden Eagle in the United States.
     

    Production:

    Manufacturer:CO-OP
    Factory:Brantford, Ontario, Canada
    Original price (USD):$3,600 (1957)
     

    Variants:

    40D4:Perkins diesel
     

    CO-OP E4 Engine:

       Buda 3.8L 6-cyl gasoline
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    Capacity:

     

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear RPMs:540
     

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:86.7 inches [220 cm]
    Weight:5305 to 8371 pounds
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    E4 Serial Numbers:

    Location:Left side on main frame
    1949: 101
    1950: 194
    1951: 4098
    1952: 6896
    1953: 10472
    1954: 11363
    1955: 20001
    1956: 30001
    1957: 40001
    1958: 50001
    Final: 50372

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    CO-OP E4 Power:

    PTO (claimed):43 hp [32.1 kW]
    Drawbar (tested):37.85 hp [28.2 kW]
    Belt (tested):43.30 hp [32.3 kW]
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    Mechanical:

    Chassis:4x2 2WD
    Steering:manual
    Cab:Open operator station.
     

    Battery:

    Number:1
    Volts:6
     

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