Avery Company

Model 40-80 (1913-1920)

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This tractor was Avery Co. effort to join the market for big tractors. This tractor was orginally priced at $2,650 in 1915 and weighed around 22,000 pounds. It had a drawbar pull of 8,600 pounds and was advertised until September of 1920 when it was replaced by the 45-65.

Tractor Info

Engine: Avery Horizontal Opposed

Cylinders: 4, horizontal, 7 3/4 x 8 inches

Bore & Stroke: 7.75x8.00

RPM: 600

CID: 1509.5

Fuel: Kerosene/Gasoline/Distillate

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 44

Aux Fuel Tank Cap: 6.75

Carburetor: Kingston Dual

Cooling Capacity: 90

Drawbar HP: 49.97

Belt PTO HP: 69.23

Weight: 22,000 lbs

Length: 215 inches

Width: 111.5 inches

Height: 121 inches

Number of Gears: 2/1

Plows pulled: Eight to ten, 14-inch plows

Valve arrangement: In head

Ignition: K. W. magneto with impulse starter

Lubrication: Circulation splash

Cooling System: Thermo-siphon

Pulley: Face, 10 inches; diameter, 26 inches; RPM 500

Transmission: Direct gear drive

Traction: 2 wheels, 87 1/2 inches high; 24 inches wide

Speeds: Miles per hour, 1 3/4 and 2 2/3

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Last Updated: June 9th, 2023

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