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Re: Ford Engines 134, 172, 192, 220, 240/242

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The higher h.p. rating is likely from being rated at the flywheel as a power unit for something like a skidder, while tractors most commonly use PTO h.p. I think the 134 was rated at 40 h.p. at the flywheel... it was 31-32 at the pto (depending on which carb). The diesel version was actually 144 c.i., and was also 32 h.p. at the pto. 172's were 46 (gas, Nebraska test #701) and 41 (diesel, Nebraska test #705) at the pto. That should put them about 55 and 50 h.p., respectivly, at the flywheel. I don't have any information on the 192, 240 or 242, unless the 242 (diesel) was a 6-cylinder, like was used in the 6000 tractor. Then it would be 67 h.p. at the pto or roughly 80 at the flywheel. The 240 may be a version of the engine used in the Super Major, but I can't find my book with info on that right now. IIRC, it would be near 50 pto h.p., so maybe 60+ flywheel h.p. If the 220 was the same as used in the Fordson Major, it was 38 at the pto, so roughly 50 at the flywheel.

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