ID-9 (1940-1954)

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The ID-9 was a variation of the W-9, a standard tread tractor manufactured in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Melrose Park, Illinois. It was the same as the I-9 except for its diesel engine. It was a 4×2 2WD with manual worm-type gear steering, differential external contracting band brakes, a five-speed sliding gear transmission, and an open operator station. The 9-series consisted of six models, the W-9 gasoline, WD-9 diesel, WR-9 rice, WDR-9 rice diesel, I-9 industrial, and ID-9 industrial diesel. The rice models had larger fenders and a hand clutch to allow driving while standing. The Industrial models had different gear ratios and foot-operated throttle.

Tractor Info

Engine: IHC D-335 I-Head

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 4.40x5.50

RPM: 1500

CID: 335

Fuel: Gas/diesel

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 36

Aux Fuel Tank Cap: 1

Carburetor: IHC F-8 /injection pump

Cooling Capacity: 11

Drawbar HP: 42.57

Belt PTO HP: 46.43

Weight: 5,850 lbs

Length: 134.25 inches

Width: 68.5 inches

Height: 66 inches

Number of Gears: 5/1


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