Series 2E1-2E1078, 1933 - 1935
The DIESEL SEVENTY FIVE replaced DIESEL SEVENTY which was made only briefly in 1933.
It had a slight increase in power from 76 D.H.P (Drawbar Horse Power) to 83 D.H.P.
Unlike many tractors of the period, the DIESEL SEVENTY FIVE was made in just one version with a 78 inch gauge.
The 6 cylinder diesel engine shared the same bore and stroke as it’s smaller sisters the Diesel THIRTY FIVE and DIESEL FIFTY which had 3 and 4 cylinders respectively.
The Diesel SEVENTY FIVE along with the early D8 tractors were available with the controls on the right hand side as an option for agricultural use.
Photograph courtesy John Gaunt
Production began in 1933 and continued until 1935 with 1078 tractors being built. It was replaced in 1936 with the RD8 Tractor.
DIESEL SEVENTY FIVE Details
|D11000 Diesel engine 6 cylinders 5 1/4 inch x 8 inch bore / stroke.
|Weight 32,600 lbs.
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