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McCormick-Deering T-40 with Bucyrus-Erie bullgrader, 1937
|Superseded by||International T-14|
|Power hp||52 belt, 44 drawbar|
|Displacement cu in /(litre)||298 ci|
|No. of Cylinders||6|
|Bore in (mm)||3.75 in|
|Stroke in (mm)||4.5 in|
|Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged||NA|
|Transmission type||sliding gear|
|Tyre Sizes (std/options)|
|Length (inches/metres)||140 in|
|Width (inches/meters)||64 in|
|Height (inches/meters)||69 in|
|Weight (nominal) lb/kg||11705 lb|
|Turning circle (nominal) inches/meters||14 ft|
|Factories||Tractor Works, Chicago, Illinois, USA|
|Plow rating||5-8 14"|
|Nebraska Tests No.||281|
The McCormick-Deering T-40 was an update of the TA-40, with more power from a larger 298 ci 6-cylinder engine running at a higher 1750 rpm. It competed with the Allis-Chalmers K, Caterpillar Forty, and Cletrac CG.
- 1932 - McCormick-Deering TA-40 crawler introduced
- 1937 - TA-40 upgraded to become the T-40
- 1939 - T-40 replaced by International T-14
Factory locations Edit
- Tractor Works, Chicago, Illinois, USA
See Infobox for basic details
Variations and Options Edit
- Wide-tread version
- Electric starting and lighting
Serial Numbers Information Edit
|Year|| Serial no. run|
| Serial no. run|
|1937||6303||7718||1416||Serial range and yearly total include T-40 and TD-40|
|Total built||1666||T-40 only|
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