The Big and Little Bull Tractors
The Big and Little Bull Tractors
In the period of time surrounding WWI, large tractors were commonly seen on farms. These tractors were expensive to use, however, and modest farm owners were looking for something smaller that could still fill their needs ...
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Stabilizer Bars
Stabilizer Bars
Sometimes a desire to save time and money can be our enemy. Another thing that falls in that category is a simple lack of knowing better. One case in which both of these things collide is when it comes to stabilizer bars. ...
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Tractor History: Dent Parrett
Tractor History: Dent Parrett
Dent Parrett, born in 1886, hailed from the town of Wenona, Illinois. It was there that he entered the farm implement field of work under the wing of Harry Von Horn, the owner of a store that sold such implements. During ...
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A Pioneer by Many Names
A Pioneer by Many Names
What started as the Pioneer Tractor Co. in 1909 went on to become the Pioneer Tractor Mfg. Co. in 1910 after only about a year under their original name. With not only a change in name but also a change in location from M ...
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International Harvester
International Harvester's Farmall A
As of July 12th, 1939, International Harvestor Co. began producing the smallest tractor in their lineup. This tractor was dubbed an all-purpose machine with the capability of mechanizing even the smallest farms in the Uni ...
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Toy Tractors: The Allis Chalmers Model B
Toy Tractors: The Allis Chalmers Model B
In 1937, the tractor was destined to replace the horse, according to Allis Chalmers. With a new creation dubbed the Allis Chalmers Model B for sale, the pitch was one of putting the horses back in the barn. Claiming that ...
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Loaders & Lift Capacity
Loaders & Lift Capacity
When shopping for a frond end loader and comparing the lift capacity of loaders with tractors, it is imperative that you look not only at the specs listed but also the big picture being presented. In tractor literature, l ...
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The Ford 8N
The Ford 8N
The Ford 8N tractor was produced during the years of 1947, when it replaced the 2N, through 1952. The 8N was a tractor of a different color, a lighter one to be specific, in comparison to the 2N. These two machines differ ...
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Empire Tractors
Empire Tractors
The Empire Tractor Corporation began in 1946 in the state of Delaware. Although they are said to have had offices in New York City and facility for manufacturing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, it was in Delaware that Empi ...
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Replacing Rings
Replacing Rings
One way to buy yourself time between costly rebuilds is by replacing engine rings. This is not an option that exits 100% of the time, but every once in a while you can get lucky and be able to get a little more use out of ...
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