|Displacement cu in /(litre)||817 cu in|
|No. of Cylinders||6|
|Factories||Hough div, Libertyville, Illinois, USA|
The International Harvester 4300 was a high horse power four-wheel-steer built in the 1960s by the International Harvester Company in America. It was built by the Hough division of IH in Libertyville, Illinois, USA. It featured a 180 hp (130 kW) IH engine.
The tractor was built to compete in the high HP market that developed in the 1960s as various niche manufacturers started building tractors to meet demands for more power from some prairie farmers.
Only a small number were built between 1961 and 1965 and most went for industrial applications pulling scrappers etc.
- 200 hp IH 6-cylinder Diesel
- 8F - 4R gearbox
- Cab - optional
- Drawbar - Linkage option ?
- 13,500 kg
A couple of examples have been restored in America by collectors.
References / sourcesEdit
- www.Tractordata.com basic spec