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International KR-11
International 1941 KR-11
International 1941 KR-11 tractor with tandem axle van semitrailer (from the Don Wood Collection, Hays Antique Truck Museum)
Manufacturer International Harvester Co.
Introduced date 1941
Discontinued date 1947
Preceding model DR-70
Superseded by KBR-11
Production locations Fort Wayne, Indiana; Chatham, Ontario
No built 9263
Capacity tons/GVW/GCW 4-6 ton, 27000 lb GVW
Engine
Make International
Model FBC-401
Fuel gasoline
Cooling water
Cylinders 6
Displacement ci / L 401 ci
Power HP @ rpm 114 @ 2600
Transmission
Gearbox make (model) Fuller 5A430
Gears (forward speeds) 5
Axles & drive
Wheels/drive 4x2
Rear Axle Make (Model) International R-1700 double-reduction
Tires standard/optional 9.00-20 12-ply dual rear / 11.00-22 12-ply dual rear (in photo)
Other
Shipping weight 8021 lb
List price $4225 (1941)
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In 1941 the KR-11, with double-reduction rear axle, replaced the previous International DR-70. The International KS-11 was the same basic truck but with a 2-speed rear axle. These K-11 series trucks were International's top-of-the-line gasoline-powered conventional-cab 4-wheelers in the early-1940s and through the war years. They sold very well and were possibly the most common big tractors on the road at the time. The K-11 series began with a 27,000 lb GVW rating, a 114-hp International FBC-401 6-cylinder engine, 5-speed transmission, and standard air brakes. A few trucks were built as KRD-11 and KSD-11 models with 150-hp Cummins HB-600 6-cylinder diesel engines. In 1944 the small number of civilian trucks the government allowed to be built were KR-11-450 and KS-11-450 models fitted with the new 134-hp Red Diamond RED-450 engine. In 1945 the regular KR-11 had a 140-hp RED-401 engine and the KR-11-450 had an upgraded 148-hp RED-450. With full civilian production in 1946 the 148-hp engine was made standard in the KR/KS-11.


See alsoEdit

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.


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