J.I. Case

Model 10-18 (1918-1922)

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The structual steel frame work was abandoned for this model, the replacement was a one-piece cast iron frame. The 10-18 could be fitted with the Case Extension Tractor Control which allowed one operator to control the tractor from the seat of his machine. This was a very simplistic tractor which gave farmers the ability to go right to their barn start up the tractor and get to work.

Tractor Info

Engine: Case Vertical Valve-In-Head

Cylinders: 4, vertical, 3 7/8 x 5 inches

Valve arrangement: In head; removable head

RPM: 1,050

Fuel: Gasoline/Distillate/Kerosene

Carburetor: Kingston

Cooling System: Pump, radiator, and fan with Siphon Thermostatic control of circulation

Ignition: Kingston, high tension

Weight: 3,400 lbs

Pulley: Face, 5 1/2 inches; diameter, 14 1/2 inches

Lubrication: Circulation and splash

Transmission: Selective type; two speed and reverse

Traction: Two wheels, 42 inches high, 9 inches wide

Turning circle: 22 feet, outside diameter

Speed: Miles per hour, 2 1/4-3 1/2

Total Produced: 7,367

1918: 13285

1919: 22223

1920: 32841

1921: 42256

1922: 43943

Location: Brass oval plate right side front of the frame.

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Last Updated: June 9th, 2023

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