Gile Tractor & Engine Co.

Model K 12-24 (1916-)

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Gile offered their Model K Crawler tractor in 1916. It used a two-cylinder engine with a 6-inch bore and 6 1/2-inch stroke. Accessories included a Dixie magneto, Bennett air cleaner, and Bennett carburetor. The Model K had a 2,700-pound drawbar pull, and carried a 12-24 horsepower rating. Two large rollers supported the track with two smaller carrier rollers over the top. Stearns Motor Company eventually took over the Gile operations.

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Cylinders: 2

Bore & Stroke: 6 x 6 1/2




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