The Farmall F20 is a 2WD row-crop tractor manufactured by Farmall (a part of International Harvester) in Rock Island, Illinois, USA from 1932 to 1939. The Farmall F-20 is equipped with a 3.6 L (220.9 cu·in) four-cylinder engine and a sliding gear with mechanical dry disc clutch transmission with 4 forward and 1 reverse gear.
The Farmall F-20 row-crop tractor used the International Harvester engine. It is a 3.6 L, 3,620 cm2, (220.9 cu·in) four-cylinder natural aspirated engine with 95.0 mm (3.74 in) of the cylinder bore and 127.0 mm (5 in) of the piston stroke. This engine produced 27.1 PS (19.9 kW; 26.7 HP) at 1,200 rpm of PTO output power.
The Farmall F-20 is equipped with manual steering, mechanical band brakes, open operator station, and 49.2 liters (13 US gal.; 10.8 Imp. gal) fuel tank.
Farmall F-20 Specifications
|Length||3,550 mm (139.8 in)|
|Width||2,180 mm (85.8 in)|
|Height||1,700 mm (66.9 in)|
|Wheel base||2,150 mm (84.6 in)|
|Weight||1,995 kg (4,398 lbs)|
|Fuel tank capacity||49.2 liters (13 US gal.; 10.8 Imp. gal)|
|Cabin type||Open operator station|
|Engine model||International Harvester|
|Engine type||Four-stroke, liquid-cooled, inline|
|Displacement||3.6 L, 3,620 cm2, (220.9 cu·in)|
|Bore and stroke||95.0 mm X 127.0 mm (3.74 in X 5 in)|
|Horsepower||27.1 PS (19.9 kW; 26.7 HP) at 1,200 rpm|
Early: 37.9 L (40 US. qt, 33.3 Imp. qt.)
Later: 27.4 L (29 US. qt, 24.1 Imp. qt.)
|Transmission and chassis|
|Transmission type||Sliding gear with mechanical dry disc clutch|
|Gears||4 forward and 1 reverse|
|Speed||Forward: 6.0 kmh (3.7 mph) Reverse: 4.4 (2.7 mph)|
|Front tires||Ag: 25×4 (steel)|
|Rear tires||Ag: 40×6 (steel), 42×12 (steel), 9.00×36|
|PTO (Power take-off shaft)|
|Rear PTO type||Transmission|
|Rear PTO speed||540 rpm|
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