Ohio Mfg. Co.

Whitney 9-18 (1918-?)

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Ohio Manufacturing Company listed a small two-cylinder tractor in 1916, but little more is known of it. By 1918 the Whitney 9-18 appeared. It used a Gile two-cylinder horizontally opposed engine with a 5 1/2-inch bore and 6 1/2-inch stroke. Despite the open chain final drives, the Whitney possessed a three-speed selective sliding gear transmission with speeds up to 4 MPH. Weighing but 3,000 pounds, the Whitney sold for $1,175. By 1921, Ohio Manufacturing Company was renamed the Whitney Tractor Company.

Tractor Info

Engine: Gile

Cylinders: 2

Bore & Stroke: 5 1/2 x 6 1/2

RPM: 750


Fuel: Kerosene or gasoline

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Carburetor: Bennett

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Weight: 3000 lbs

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Last Updated: August 9th, 2023

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