Grain Belt Tractor Co.

18-36 (1917-1920)

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A unique tractor was presented by the Grain Belt Tractor Company in 1917. The original model used a Waukesha cross-mounted engine and a large tubular radiator. It carried a 15-30 horsepower rating. From the Fargo plant came an improved model with an 18-36 rating. It weighed 6,800 pounds and sold for $2,500. The unique radiator mounting gave an out-of-the-ordinary appearance. The Grain Belt tractor disappeared from the market by 1920.

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Engine: Waukesha


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Weight: 6800 lbs

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