The Hinomoto E28 is a four-wheel compact utility tractor, manufactured by Japanese company Hinomoto from 1977 to 1979. The Hinomoto E28 is the same tractor as the Allis-Chalmers 5030, Simplicity 9528 and Massey-Ferguson 220. This utility tractor is equipped with two-cylinders liquid-cooled Toyosha S148 diesel engine with 1.5 L, 1,477 cc (90.1 cu-in) of displacement and gear transmission with 12 forward and 3 reverse gears.
The Hinomoto E28 tractor used a two-cylinder naturally-aspirated liquid-cooled the Toyosha S148 diesel engine with 97.0 mm (3.82 in) of the cylinder bore and 100.0 mm (3.94 in) of the piston stroke. Compression ratio rating is 23:1. It produced 28.0 HP (20.9 kW) of maximum powers or 26.0 HP (19.4 kW) of horsepower on PTO-shaft.
The Hinomoto E28 used mechanical steering, molded asbestos single plate dry clutch, differential mechanical drum, and shoe brakes and open operator station.
Hinomoto E28 specifications
|Length||2,560 mm (101 in.)|
|Width||1,230 mm (48 in.)|
|Height||1,350 mm (53 in.)|
|Wheelbase||1,570 mm (62 in.)|
|Weight||Shipping: 1,085 kg (2,394 lb.)|
|Fuel tank capacity||–|
|Engine model||Toyosha S148|
|Displacement||1.5 L, 1,477 L (90.1 cu.in.)|
|Bore x stroke||97.0 x 100.0 mm (3.82 x 3.92 in)|
|Power output||28.0 HP (20.9 kW)|
|Starter type||Electric starter|
|Oil capacity||4.0-4.7 L (4.2-5.0 qt.)|
|Transmission and chassis|
|Chassis||4×4 MFWD 4WD|
|Gears||12 forward and 3 reverse|
|Transmission oil capacity||–|
|PTO (Power take-off shaft)|
|3-point linkage:||Category I|
|No. of remote valves:||–|
|Max lifting capacity (at link end):||–|
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