The 20-35 Rumely, like the other light weights, began production in 1924 with only one tractor made. When production ended in 1927, 3,671 units had rolled of the line. Of that number, 198 are known to have survived. This is a 5.39% survival rate. Test #111 of the Nebraska Tractor Tests stated the 'M' Rumely could put out 27.5 HP on the drawbar & 43 HP on the belt & weighed 8,750 lbs. Its engine was two cylinder, heavy duty, kerosene burning, unit with a 6 13/16 inch bore and a 8 1/4 inch stroke that ran at 635 RPM. Other specs are available ON REQUEST. For more SN info on the 20-35, CLICK HERE.
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