Gramont Traction Plow Co.

Gramont Traction Plow (1913-)

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The Gramont Traction Plow was announced in January 1913. This unit was the invention of A. W. Grant and Paul A. Montanus. Grant was the inventor of the Springfield-Kelly tire, and Montanus was connected with the Springfield Machine Tool Company. Two front-mounted drive wheels six feet in diameter transmitted the power produced by a 35-horsepower, opposed cylinder engine. This outfit carried a three-bottom plow and weighed five tons. A larger 5-gang unit was also listed in 1913 with a 50-horsepower engine. It had 24 x 66-inch drivers, weighed 12,500 pounds, and was nearly twenty feet long.

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