Emerson-Brantingham Implement Co.

Big 4 “45” (1917-1920)

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Tractor Info

1917-1920

In late 1913, E-B took one stab at the giant tractor trade with its Big 4 “45”, a six cylinder model with 45 drawbar and 90 brake horsepower. Weighing 23,000 pounds, it too was designed for the heaviest plowing and belt work. Most of the large tractor builders tried to build the “biggest” tractor, but they were too clumsy to be of much value, except on the biggest jobs. Within a couple of years the “45” disappeared.


Tractor Info

Engine: L Head Vertical

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 5x7

RPM: 700

CID:

Fuel: Kerosene Gasoline

Main Fuel Tank Cap:

Aux Fuel Tank Cap:

Carburetor: Bennett

Cooling Capacity:

Drawbar HP:

Belt PTO HP:

Weight: 9800 lbs

Length: inches

Width: inches

Height: inches

Number of Gears: 2/1

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Last Updated: April 29th, 2022

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