International 1936 CS-30 stake
|Manufacturer||International Harvester Co.|
|Production locations||Springfield, Ohio|
|Capacity tons/GVW/GCW||1½-ton, 10225 lb GVW|
|Displacement ci / L||213 ci|
|Power HP @ rpm||79 @ 3400|
|Gearbox make (model)||International H-4A|
|Gearbox type||sliding gear|
|Gears (forward speeds)||8 (4-speed x 2-speed axle)|
|Axles & drive|
|Rear Axle Make (Model)||International 730-H 2-speed|
|Tires standard/optional||30x5 front, 32x6 rear/7.50-20 dual rear (6.50-20 8-ply front, 7.50-20 10-ply dual rear in photo)|
|Shipping weight||3121 lb|
|List price||$705 (1936)|
The basic C-30 was introduced in mid-1933, replacing the A-3. The C-30 was powered by the new International HD-3 213ci 79-hp L-head 6-cylinder engine, which replaced the old Lycoming 224 ci six. The C-30 also had an International-built 4-speed transmission and spiral-bevel rear axle, the 1933-34 had mechanical brakes, the 1935 and newer had Bendix 4-wheel hydraulic brakes. The CS-30, brought out in 1936, was the same basic truck except for its 2-speed rear axle. In mid-1937 the dramatically restyled DS-30 replaced the CS-30.
References / sourcesEdit
- Crismon, Frederick W. (1995). International Trucks. Motorbooks International, Osceola, Wisconsin.
- Mroz, Albert (1996). The Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Trucks and Commercial Vehicles. Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin.
- Rice, Gini. Relics of the Road #3: Impressive International Trucks 1907-1947. Truck Tracks, Inc., Lake Oswego, Oregon.
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- Heidrick Ag History Center, Woodland, California
- American Truck Historical Society