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    HB-112 Tech Specs


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    AC Model HB-112 Hydrostatic Tractor Specifications

    Engine

    Briggs & Stratton, Model 300401

     

    Speeds – Variable

     

    Type

    4 cycle air cooled

     

    Forward

    0 - 7.2 MPH

    Horsepower

    12

     

    Reverse

    0 - 4.4 MPH

    Bore and Stroke

    3-1/4” X 3-7/16”

     

       

    Displacement

    30.16 cubic inches

     

       
    RPM

    3600 max, full load

      Dimensions  

    Air cleaner

    Oil foam

     

    Height (at steering wheel) 37-3/4"

    Starter

    Electric & manual   Height (at hood line) 33-1/4”

    Governor

    Mechanical (flyweight)

     

    Width 36"

    Electrical system

    12 volt, combination starter-generator

     

     

    Length 72"

    Ignition

    Magneto

     

    Wheel tread

    27-1/2" rear, 30-1/4" front

     

     

     

    Wheel base

    48"

    Transmission

    Hydrostatic drive with piston pump and piston motor.

     

    Clearance (differential)

    6”

    Differential

    Planetary gear with controlled traction.

     

    Clearance (center housing)

    15-1/4”

     

     

     

    Clearance (drawbar)

    7”

    Tire Pressures

     

     

    Clearance (front axle)

    9”

    Rear (Standard Tractor)

    8 PSI

      Capacities  

    Front (Standard Tractor)

    10 PSI

     

    Engine case

    4 pints

    Rear (With Loader)

    12 PSI

     

    Fuel tank

    6 quarts

    Front (With Loader)

    25 PSI

     

    Transmission

    1-3/4 quarts, Dextron ATF

    Battery

    Allis Chalmers 40 ampere hour, 12 volt

     

    Bevel gear housing 1 pint, SAE 80EP oil

    Shipping Weight

    Approximately 745 pounds

     

       

        

    [Source:  AC Service Manual, B SERIES TRACTORS, Part No 9003453, February 1976]

     


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