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Tractor Info

1920-1929

On the rated load test, the 35-70 Minneapolis developed
70.31 horsepower. Test No. 15 was conducted in 1920 by
the Agricultural Engineering Department at the University
of Nebraska, Lincoln. It was no slouch on the
drawbar either with a maximum pull of 10,998 pounds.
The 35-70 was really nothing more than a re-rated 40-80 —
this new rating resulting from the Nebraska Test. It remained
in production until the Minneapolis-Moline
merger of 1929.


Tractor Info

Engine: Minneapolis Threshing Machine

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 7.25x9.00

RPM: 550

CID: 1486.2

Fuel: Kerosene

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 80 gal.

Aux Fuel Tank Cap: 20 gal.

Carburetor:

Cooling Capacity: 240

Drawbar HP: 52.55

Belt PTO HP: 74.0

Weight: 22500 lbs

Length: 206 inches

Width: 108 inches

Height: 122 inches

Number of Gears: 2/1

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Last Updated: August 29th, 2022

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