OilPull 15-25 L (1924-1927)

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In 1924, Rumely announced a new line of lightweight tractors. The smallest of these was the Model L with a 15-25 rating. Unit construction finally appeared in these Rumely models. It consisted of two pressed steel side members, bolted to the transmission case by heavy studs, and hot riveted to the front frame member. The 15-25 used the same style two cylinder engine as formerly — this particular model had 5 13/16 inch bore and 7 inch stroke, with an operating speed of 730 RPM. Production ended in 1927. It was an extermly dependable and economical tractor. This tractor was capable of handling a 24 x 38 Ideal seperator or a medium sized silo filler or corn shredder.

Tractor Info

Engine: Rumely Horizontial

Cylinders: 2

Bore and Stroke: 5.81x7.00

RPM: 755

CID: 372

Fuel: Kerosene/Gasoline

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 18.25

Aux Fuel Tank Cap: 1.25

Carburetor: Secor Higgins

Air Cleaner: Donaldson-Simplex

Cooling Capacity: 10

Drawbar HP: 19.34

Belt PTO HP: 30.52

Weight: 6,050 lbs

Length: 136 inches

Width: 55.75 inches

Number of Gears: 3/1

Total Produced: 4,855

1924: 1-10

1925: 11-1606

1926: 1607-4213

1927: 4214-4855

Location: Aluminum plate on rocker arm cover/stamped on frame below rad on boss/top of front axle

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