The Gamer Co.

The Gamer Tractor (1913)

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Gamer announced their new tractor in 1913. This gargantuan had a four-cylinder, 10 x 12-inch engine. Two flywheels were used — the front one weighed 900 pounds and the rear one weighed 500 pounds. Designed for grubbing and breaking land in one operation, the Gamer tractor used built-up rear wheels with eighteen 3/4 x 4-inch spokes. Although the tractor was no doubt capable of doing the work for which it was designed, its size and cost were no doubt responsible for its early demise. No further reference can be found of this tractor after the initial 1913 announcement.

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Cylinders: 4

Bore & Stroke: 10 x 12




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