Henry Millard & Henry Co.

HM & H “Advance” (1911-1914)

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HM & H advertised this tractor in 1911. It followed a popular design of the day — a single-cylinder low-speed engine mounted on traction trucks. This particular model used a stationary style engine with volume governing, rather than the ordinary hit-and-miss governing commonly used. This provided a somewhat steadier power but sacrificed fuel economy on light loads. The hit-and-miss engines took a charge only when the speed dropped below a certain point. The volume governed engines took a fuel charge of varying quantity on every intake stroke.

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