United Tractors Corp.

Mohawk 8-16 (1921)

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A small outfit designed for the truck farmer was offered about 1920 by United Tractors Company. Rated variously as a 7-12 or an 8-16, it used a Light four-cylinder, 3 1/4 x 4 1/2-inch motor. The “ Cultitractor” weighed 2,000 pounds and had a 1920 list price of $785. The “Mohawk” 8-16 tractor succeeded the “Cultitractor” in 1921. Designed particularly to the needs of the small farmer, this 2,150-pound tractor could pull one plow and had a maximum drawbar pull of 1,000 pounds. Like the Cultitractor, it used a Light four-cylinder engine. Usual engine accessories were a Simms magneto and a Kingston carburetor.

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Engine: Light

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 3 1/4 x 4 1/2




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