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Mogul Type C 20-HP
Mogul Type C 20-HP 1910
Mogul Type C 20-HP on display at Heidrick Ag History Center, Woodland, California
Model history
Model introduced 1910
Model discontinued 1914
Model status Discontinued
No. produced 2411
Preceded by IHC Type C
Engine Specification
Engine make Famous
Fuel type gasoline
Power hp 20
Governed rpm 240
Displacement cu in /(litre) 902 ci
No. of Cylinders 1
Bore in (mm) 8.75 in
Stroke in (mm) 15 in
Cooling system Water
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA
Transmission Details
Transmission type gear forward, friction reverse
Forward 1
Reverse infinite
Drive 2-WD
Linkage Category Unknown
Tyre Sizes (std/options)
Rear steel 64" diameter
Tractor Dimensions
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 14200 lb
Other info
Factories Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Plow rating 5
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The Mogul Type C was built by International Harvester from 1910 to 1914 in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA factory.

Model History Edit

For Company history see
Main article: International Harvester Co article

The Mogul Type C built in International Harvester's Milwaukee Works was a continuation of the IHC Type C built in the Akron Works. The Type C continued to use a 20-hp Famous single-cylinder gasoline/kerosene engine and a single forward speed gear drive. Production of the 20-hp model ended in 1914 after 2411 tractors had been built with the Mogul name. New for 1911 was a Type C with a larger Famous engine giving it a 25-hp rating. 862 were completed by 1914.[1]

Timeline Edit

  • 1909: IHC Type C 20-HP introduced, built in Akron Works
  • 1910: IHC Type C renamed Mogul Type C, production moved to Milwaukee Works
  • 1911: Mogul Type C 25-HP added
  • 1914: Type C production ended

Factory locations Edit

  • Milwaukee Works, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Specification Edit

See Infobox for details

Variations and Options Edit

Serial Numbers Information Edit

Preservation Edit

A restored Mogul Type C 20-HP from 1910 is on display at the Heidrick Ag History Center, Woodland, California. A 1911 25-hp is owned by Dave & Anita Boomgarden, Chatsworth, Illinois.[2]

Gallery Edit

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See also Edit

Collection related info
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  • Museums - includes museums featuring tractors (please add missing ones)

Heidrick Ag History Center, Woodland, California

References / Sources Edit

  1. Klancher, Lee 1996. International Harvester Photographic History, Motorbooks International, Osceola, Wisconsin, p.21
  2. Leffingwell, Randy 1999. International Harvester Tractors, MBI Publishing Co., Osceola, Wisconsin. pp.23-24,190

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