Leader farm tractors by power

Leader model D tractorThe Leader tractor brand was used in the US by several different companies from 1913 to 1949. The Leader Engine Company acquired Midland Tractor and produced tractors in Michigan in 1913. Leader, along with other firms, merged with Dayton Foundry & Machine into Dayton-Dick in 1915. Dayton-Dick, later Dayton-Dowd, manufactured tractors in Illinois until 1924. The Leader name reappeared in Ohio in the 1940s on small utility tractors built until 1949.

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9-1516 hp[B]1916
12-1820 hp[B]1913 - 1915
12-1820 hp[B]1915 - 1921
15-2527 hp[B]1917
B31 hp1945 - 1946
D31 hp1947 - 1949
GU 16-3235 hp[B]1920 - 1923
N 16-3235 hp[B]1919 - 1924
C 18-3640 hp[B]1920
25-4044 hp[B]1916 - 1920
D 25-4044 hp[B]1920
[B]: Engine power estimated from belt horsepower. See individual tractor data listing for power details.

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