Roger Byrne Posted November 2, 2021 Share Posted November 2, 2021 Yes Gary, the first photo you posted is of a single cylinder Mogul Jr. and the first ones were called 10-20s and later re-rated as a 15-30. And yes, they are basically one half of the same engine as in the Mogul 45s' and 30-60's and were produced from 1912 to 1915. I didn't bring that tractor up because HMR's fathers time line indicated the earlier International tractors I posted when I answered his question. When the two cylinder Minneapolis Farm Motor was mentioned as coming AFTER their first IHC single cylinder, that put the time line earlier than the Mogul Jr. There were also the later 8-16 and 10-20 "light weight" Moguls that were produced from 1915 to 1919. Again, I didn't figure they were relevant to his question. Those early heavy Moguls were some of the the best built tractors of their era and many survived only to be cut up during the WWII scrap drives. I did some "tune-up" work on a Mogul 45 a couple months ago and they are still one of my favorite prairie tractors. 5 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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