Indiana Silo & Tractor Co.

Indiana’s tractor was tested at Nebraska in September 1920 and showed 11.35 BHP and 5.66 horses at the drawbar. It was capable of handling one 16-inch plow, a two-row cultivator, and other implements of similar size. Lightweight front-end drive tractors such as the Indiana were none too good at backing up with a heavy load because the back end reared up, a hazardous situation with lightweight implements.

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Indiana offered its version of the ideal tractor in 1919. Admittedly, there was strong competition but this machine stood the test for several years. Production ended somewhere between 1921-1924.


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