Ransomes 902 combine
Image needed LHB
Model history
Model introduced 1958
Model discontinued 1964
Model status Discontinued
Superseded by Unknown
Engine Specification
Engine make Ford
Engine model Thames Trader
Power hp Unknown
No. of Cylinders 4
Transmission type Unknown
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Factories England
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The Ransomes 902 was the first self-propelled combine harvester designed and built by Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies of Ipswich, England. It went into production in 1958 after being launched at the 1957 Smithfield Show. The Ransomes 902 was powered by a Ford Thames Trader 4-cylinder engine, through a 3-speed gearbox, via a hydraulically operated variator v-belt drive. Output was up to 6 tons per hour, and the Ransomes 902 remained in production until it was replaced by the Ransomes 1001 combine in 1964


  • Ford 4-cylinder engine
  • 3-speed gearbox
  • 6-ton per hour output
  •  ? inch header
  •  ? inch drum
  •  ? straw walkers
  •  ? bushel/ton hopper

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