Banting Mfg. Co.

Greyhound (1929)

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The greyhound tractors were often reffered to as being light, strong, and durable. These tractors were essentially the Allis-Chalmers 20-35. Around 1928-1929 the company made some major changes to the tractors. The piston bore was increased to 5 inches, rpm was boosted to 1000, and the horsepower was increased to 25-52 from 20-35. These increases in power resulted in Banting having to recast the radiator tank to add another 4 inches in height.

Tractor Info

Engine: Banting


Bore: 5 inches

RPM: 1000



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