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We cannot cover every aspect about every tractor, engine or machine Eagle built, in fact there really isn't that much substantial information out there about Eagle to begin with. But there are a few tractor models that I would like to elaborate on a bit:

Model F series 1916-1922
The early production model F's featured a Linga Vaporizer carburetor. This carb was a rather complicated affair with 3 separate chambers built into a large single brass bowl, one for gas, one for kerosene and the other for water. This arrangement meant that you had 3 separate floats to contend with also. Later in the F production the switch was made to a Wheeler-Schebeler carb of a simplier design.

The home built governor that came out on early F's was replaced later in production by a belt driven Pickering governor that stayed with the rest of the Eagle tractors until the end of production of the 2 cylinder models in 1930.

Another noticeable consmetic change in the F's was the change from a cast iron water tank mounted on top of the engine block (many people not familiar with Eagle 2 cylinder tractors think this is a water cooling tank for the engine, but what it really is, is the water storage tank for the engine water feed valve) to a sheet metal tank. This model also had the change from the domed top radiator tank to the squared off style.

Model H series 1922-1930
The 20-40 had several cosmetic differences, they came in three variations, Regular, Improved, and Special chassis. The later two had wider rear wheels and heavier bull gears and pinions, this was better suited to pulling heavy threshing machines around and for field work. The 22-45 also had three chassis versions as the 20-40, but it is not known if they differentiated them within the model number. A number of 20-40 Improved and Specials were upgraded to 22-45 by replacement of the engine block to the larger size.

Tractor Specifications
Horsepower-Model
Bore-Stroke-RPM
Weight, lbs
Price New
1905-'06 (2 cyl.) 20-32
9.25 in. x 13 in., 250
12000
?
1910-'16 (4 cyl.) 16-30
6 in. x 8 in., 400
?
$1200 (1915)
25-45 (4 cyl.)
7 in. x 8 in., 400
?
$1650
40-60 (4 cyl.)
8 in. x 8 in., 450
19000
$2600
8-16 D
6 in. x 8 in., 450
4850
$875 (1916)
12-22 D
7 in. x 8 in., 450
5030
$1000
16-30 D
8 in. x 8 in., 450
5800
$1125
12-22 F
7 in. x 8 in., 450
5850
$1496 (1918)
16-30 F
8 in. x 8 in., 450*
7100
$1827
13-25 H
7 in. x 8 in., 450
5880
$1100 (1928)
16-30 H
8 in. x 8 in., 450
6900
$1510
20-40 H Regular
8 in. x 10 in., 450
7140
$1875
20-40 H Improved
8 in. x 10 in., 450
7740
$2175
20-40 H Special
8 in. x 10 in., 450
7840
$2300
22-45 H (16" wheels)
8.5 in. x 10 in., 450
8000
$2475 Canadian
22-45 H (18" wheels)
8.5 in. x 10 in., 450
8100
$2475 Canadian
22-45 H (20" wheels)
8.5 in. x 10 in., 450
8200
$2475 Canadian
20-35 E
8 in. x 9 in., 450
7500
$1800 Canadian
6A 22-37 (6 cyl.)
4 in. x 4.5 in., 1416
4700
$1295 (1931)
6B 22-37 (6 cyl.)
4 in. x 4.75., 1416
4800
$1000 (1934)
6C 15-25 (6 cyl.)
3.25 in. x 4 1/8 in., 1575
3250
?
*My 16-30 F serial number 618 has 425 rpm stamped on the tag.
 
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