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Model “O” Quincy All Purpose Tractor 20-30 (1911-1912)

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The Model “O” Quincy All-Purpose Tractor was introduced in 1911. Originally rated as a 20-30, it was re-rated to 15-30 by 1912. The innovative design was evidenced by auto guide steering, tubular radiator, and a three-speed transmission. The cross-mounted engine simplified the drive train since no bevel gear drives were then required. This was a big advantage in the days when enough friction was on hand from the plain bronze and babbitt bearings. Hyatt, Timken, and other bearing specialists soon changed all that and opened up many new fields for tractor designers.

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