CO-OP B1 Cletrac built Technical Specifications
CO-OP B1 is a Row-Crop tractor that was produced by the John Deere between 1941 – 1942.
Below you will find detailed technical specifications for CO-OP B1 covering engine types, horsepower ratings, weight, height, fuel type and tank volume, oil capacity and type, hydraulic system diagram, wiring diagram, battery specs, etc.
CO-OP B1 Production
|Factory:||Cleveland, Ohio, USA|
|Belt (claimed):||18 hp |
|Drawbar (tested):||14.26 hp |
|Belt (tested):||19.29 hp |
CO-OP B1 Mechanical
|Cab:||Open operator station.|
Power Take-off (PTO)
CO-OP B1 Engine detail
CO-OP B1 Dimensions
CO-OP B1 Tests
|Nebraska Tractor Test 323|
Is CO-OP B1 a good tractor?
The CO-OP B1 is one of the great tractors in the Cletrac stable, and it has earned Cletrac a fantastic reputation.
How much oil does a CO-OP B1 take?
Check out the CO-OP B1 oil capacity and oil type in the engine specs section as it may vary across the engines. Keep in mind, that older models might have their oil capacity increased over time. You may compare between the early and late oil capacity.
Do tractors have VIN numbers?
Every tractor has a VIN number. The number is usually engraved below the driver’s seat. Tractor manufacturers put the number in different places on the tractor body.
What was the last year Cletrac made the ?
The CO-OP B1 was an agricultural tractor model made from 1941 – 1942