Fate-Root-Heath Co.

Plymouth (1933-1934)

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During the great depression the company began to drop off, Charles Heath decided that building a smaller, light-weight tractor for 60 acres or less was the solution. This is when the little Plymouth tractor came into to picture around 1933. This tractor featured a Hercules engine with optional steel wheels. The Plymouth tractor weighed around 2100 pounds and was able to pull a 14-inch one-bottom plow.

Tractor Info

Engine: Hercules IXA

Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 3.00x4.00

RPM: 1400

CID: 113

Fuel: Gasoline

Main Fuel Tank Cap:

Aux Fuel Tank Cap:


Cooling Capacity:

Engine HP: 20.5

Belt PTO HP:

Weight: 2170 lbs

Length: 97 inches

Width: 48 inches

Height: 49 inches

Number of Gears: 4/1


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