Mogul Junior 25-HP
Mogul Junior 25-HP 1912
Mogul Junior 25-HP 1912
Model history
Model introduced 1911
Model discontinued 1913
Model status Discontinued
Engine Specification
Engine make International
Fuel type gasoline
Power hp 25 belt (rated)
Power kW 19
Displacement cu in /(litre) 851 ci
No. of Cylinders 1
Bore in (mm) 9.5 in
Stroke in (mm) 12 in
Cooling system Water
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA
Transmission Details
Transmission type Unknown
Gearbox make International
Forward 1
Reverse 1
Drive 2-WD
General Data
Linkage Category Drawbar
Tyre Sizes (std/options)
Front steel
Rear steel 72" diameter
Tractor Dimensions
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 15400 lb
Other info
Factories Tractor Works, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Plow rating
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The Mogul Junior 25-HP was built by International Harvester from 1911 to 1913 in the company's Chicago, Illinois, USA Tractor Works.

Model History Edit

For Company history see
Main article: International Harvester Co article

The Mogul Junior 25-HP built in the Chicago Tractor Works was slightly more modern than the Mogul Type C 25-HP built in the Milwaukee Works. The Junior had a newer-design, smaller, engine (basically half of the Mogul 45-hp engine) and automotive-type steering instead of the imprecise chain and bolster steering. Production totaled 812 tractors.

Timeline Edit

Factory locations Edit

  • Tractor Works, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Specification Edit

See infobox for basic details.

Variations and Options Edit

Serial Numbers Information Edit

Year Serial run Number Built Notes (Total built 527).[1]
1911-1913 J501-1312 812

Preservation Edit

A Mogul Junior 25-HP from 1913 is owned by John Tysse, Crosby, North Dakota.[2]

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See also Edit

Collection related info
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References / Sources Edit

  1. Wendel, C. H. 1981. 150 Years of International Harvester, Crestline Publishing Co., Sarasota, Florida. (serial numbers p.411)
  2. Leffingwell, Randy 1999. International Harvester Tractors, MBI Publishing Co., Osceola, Wisconsin. pp.34,190

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