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Farmall 1026
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Model history
Model introduced 1970
Model discontinued 1971
Model status Discontinued
No. produced 2,414
Engine Specification
Engine make International Harvester
Engine model DT407
Power hp 112
Power kW 84
Governed rpm 2400
Displacement cu in /(litre) 406.9 cu in
No. of Cylinders 6
Bore in (mm) 4.321 in
Stroke in (mm) 4.625 in
Cooling system Water
Transmission Details
Transmission type Unknown
Drive 2WD
General Data
Linkage Category Cat II
P.T.O rpm 540/1000
Other info
Factories USA
Plow rating Unknown
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The Farmall 1026, produced by International Harvester from 1970-1971 in the USA, is a row crop tractor with a Hydraulic drive system, or hydro.[1]

Model historyEdit

For brand history, see Farmall.

The 1026, rated at 112 hp (84 kW) (power take off, (PTO))[2], was the first 100+ horsepower hydro tractor ever produced. The Farmall 1026 was produced as a hydro only model. This was unique to the 1026, as the other hydro models produced by International Harvester at the time were also built as gear drive versions in addition to the hydro versions, while still maintaining the same model number.[3] The Farmall 656 and 826, for example, were available as hydro as well as gear drive versions.

Production dataEdit

  • Farmall 1026 production lasted only 2 years, from 1969-1970, with only 2,414 of the Farmall version built.
  • The International 1026, or standard version production totaled only 58.

These totals are quite low compared to other tractor models built by International Harvester, and today the Farmall 1026 could be considered a rare tractor, and the International 1026 extremely rare.[4]

PreservationEdit

Are any of this model in preservation ?

  • List details here of any known examples

See alsoEdit

References / sourcesEdit

  1. http://www.tractordata.com/farm-tractors/004/6/7/4676-farmall-1026.html
  2. Nebraska Tractor Test 1047 - International Farmall 1026 Hydrostatic Diesel, The University of Nebraska Agricultural Experiment Station UNL Larsen Tractor Museum Archives (PDF file)
  3. International Harvester Tractors 1955-1985, Ken Updike, MBI publishing, pg. 53
  4. International Harvester Tractors 1955-1985, Ken Updike, MBI publishing, pg. 54
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