Avery Company

Motor Cult 5-10 (1916-1920)

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This tractor was Avery Co. effort to counter Henery Ford’s announcement of a cheap lightweight tractor. The drivers seat was in the center of this machine and the platform was a lot larger than most. The tractor had a Kingston carburator and a Atwater-kent ignition system.

Tractor Info

Engine: Avery Vertical L-Head

Cylinders: 4 vertical, 3 x 4 inches

Bore & Stroke: 3.00x4.00

RPM: 1,200

CID: 113

Fuel: Gasoline/Kerosene

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 10

Carburetor: Kingston, single bowl

Cooling Capacity: 4.5

Drawbar HP: 8.99

Belt PTO HP: 15.54

Weight: 3,450 lbs

Length: 118 inches

Width:51 inches

Number of Gears: 3/1

Rows cultivated: 2

Valve arrangement: L head

Ignition: Battery, Atwater-Kent system

Lubrication: Circulating splash

Cooling system: Thermo-syphon

Transmission: Selective gear type partly enclosed

Traction: Two wheels, 42 inches high, 6 inches wide

Speeds: Miles per hour, 1 5/8, 2 1/3, and 4 2/3

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Last Updated: June 9th, 2023

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