Burn-Oil Tractor Co.

Burn Oil 15-30 (1920)

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Burn-Oil Tractor Company ventured forth with a 15-30 tractor in 1920. Originally located in Peoria, Illinois, the 1921 listings indicate that the company relocated to Warren, Indiana. No listings appear after this time. The 15-30 weighed 5,500 pounds and sold for $1,650. Apparently, this tractor attempted to use some of the better features of the Hart-Parr, Waterloo Boy, and Huber tractors, since there are many similarities. The engine was a two-cylinder horizontal with a 6 3/4 inch bore and 7-inch stroke. A Manzel lubricator, Schebler carburetor, and K-W magneto were all standard equipment.

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Engine: Horizontal

Cylinders: 2

Bore & Stroke: 6 3/4 x 7




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