Buffalo-Pitts Co.

40-70 (Three-cylinder) (1910)

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Buffalo Pitts came out with a unique tractor in 1910. Rated as a 40-70, it used a three-cylinder engine. The fuel tank and radiator were placed above the massive reduction gears and differential. A roller chain drive connected the rear wheels to the bull pinions. With all its weight, the single front wheel must have been almost impossible to handle.

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Cylinders: 3

Bore & Stroke: 7 1/2 x 9




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