OilPull 15-30 F (1911-1918)

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The model F was a single cylinder tractor which was in production from 1911 to 1918. Most used low tension ignition but later when the Model F 18-35’s came about there was the option for high tension systems.This tractor was apart of the heavy-weight class of Oilpulls. This tractor was designed to meet the needs of smaller corn-belt farms. It would run a husker, sheller, shredder, and any size separator up to 32-inch in good grain. It had a 10 inch bore and 12 inch stroke with a maximum
engine speed of 375 RPM. At this point in time, OilPull
tractors used low tension ignition and mechanical igniters.
As with all OilPull models, cooling was effected by
the induced draft from the engine exhaust. A heavy load
created a much stronger exhaust, resulting in a larger
draft over the cooling sections within the radiator. Production of the 15-30 ended in 1917.

Tractor Info

Engine: Advance-Rumely

Cylinders: 1

Bore and Storke: 10x12

RPM: 375

Fuel: Kerosene

Main Fuel Tank Cap: 36

Cooling Capacity: 35

Drawbar HP: 15

Belt PTO HP: 30

Weight: 16,000 lbs

Length: 192 inches

Width: 94 inches

Height: 125

Number of Gears: 2 forward

Total Produced: 3,855

1911: 5001-5680

1912: 5681-6738

1913: 6739-7487

1914: 7500-7856

1915: None-Built

1916: 7857-8084

1917: 8085-8591

1918: 8903-9177

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Last Updated: September 26th, 2022

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