At the Essex Country Show 2011
|Model status||Unknown Discontinued|
|Displacement cu in /(litre)||3116 cc|
|No. of Cylinders||2|
|Type of Cab||Pilzn|
The Skoda 30 is a tractor built in the former Czechoslovakia state.
Skoda developed the 30 during the 2nd world war. The first piece left the Skoda factory in Pilzn in 1946. The production connected to the pre-war production of tractors in the country. De development and production are marked by the events of that time. Since 1951, the production and assembly of parts moved to STS Libice n. C. where the production ended after 8000 tractors.
The Skoda 30 was equipped with a two-cylinder four-stroke diesel engine with a capacity of 3116 cc. It has 30 hp (22 kW) at 1500 rpm. In its simple and reliable construction, the consumption was 6.8 g KW / h. Starting the engine in cold weather was eased by the possibility of gasoline, using starter handle or electric starter. Circulating pressure lubrication, cooling water circulation pump (sometimes regulated by a thermostat, or adjustable aperture) provided for the operation of the engine. Single-clutch guaranteeing flexible and accurate transmission to the five-speed gearbox. In this setup, the tractor was able to drive speeds up to 19.2 km / h forwards and 5.1 km / h in reverse. The front axle has leaf spring suspension, the rear axle has solid axle shafts