Townsend Mfg. Co.

25-50 (1920)

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Townsend tractors were probably the most distinctive of any tractor line ever built. During its production, five different sizes were built, all having the same design and appearance. This 15-30 model which was announced in 1919, weighed 6,000 pounds and used a two-cylinder 7 x 8-inch engine. The 25-50 size, offered first in 1920, used an 8 1/2x 10-inch twin engine and weighed 9,700 pounds. Nebraska Test No. 63 was conducted on the 15-30 of 1920. Although it was approved, it encountered some clutch problems. It recorded a maximum of 29.51 brake horsepower and 17.85 horses at the drawbar.

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Cylinders: 2

Bore & Stroke: 8 1/2 x 10




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Weight: 9700 lbs

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