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J.I. Case 20-40 - engine

J.I. Case 20-40 tractor photo
1912 - 1919
Standard-tread tractor
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Engine Detail:

The original engine, was used on the first model 40 tractors produced in 1912.
 J.I. Case
 kerosene
 2-cylinder
 liquid-cooled opposed-twin
 755 ci [12.4 L]
Bore/Stroke:7.75x8.00 inches [197 x 203 mm]
Rated RPM:450
Starter type:hand-crank
 

Engine Detail:

The 8-inch bore engine replaced the original engine early in production, at the end of 1912.
 J.I. Case
 kerosene
 2-cylinder
 liquid-cooled opposed-twin
 904 ci [14.8 L]
Bore/Stroke:8.00x9.00 inches [203 x 229 mm]
Rated RPM:475
Starter type:hand-crank
Coolant capacity:112 qts [106.0 L]
 

Engine Detail:

The final, 8.75-inch bore, engine replaced the 8-inch around 1916. Case did not re-rate the horsepower of the tractor, despite a 20% increase in displacement.
 J.I. Case
 kerosene
 2-cylinder
 liquid-cooled
 1082 ci [17.7 L]
Bore/Stroke:8.75x9.00 inches [222 x 229 mm]
Rated RPM:475
Starter type:hand-crank
 

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