Flinchbaugh Mfg. Co.

25 H.P. (1915)

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York built two-cylinder tractors in 12, 16, and 20 horsepower models, but they differed little in design from the 25, 35, and 50 horsepower models shown here. The chassis is well proportioned and heavily designed. It was covered by several patents. The fore-mounted radiator was of exceptional size. Heavy gearing was used throughout, being driven by an expanding shoe clutch in the flywheel. Somewhere in time the 35 and 50 horsepower sizes were discontinued, however, there were seven sizes from 2 to 25 horsepower offered as late as 1915.

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