Electric Wheel Co.

Allwork II 12-25 (1920-)

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The Allwork II, 12-25 was the first EWC model to use an in-line engine. First offered in 1920, it was re-rated as a 14-28 in 1923 and then became the Model G. It had a four-cylinder 4 3/4 x 6-inch engine with cylinders cast singly. Ball and roller bearings were used throughout. An unusual feature was the front-mounted clutch pulley. The Model G weighed 4,800 pounds and sold for $1,495.

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Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 4 3/4 x 6




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Weight: 4800 lbs

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