Holt 2-Ton

Holt 2-Ton Technical Specifications

Holt 2-Ton is a Row-Crop tractor that was produced by the John Deere between 1921 – 1925.

Below you will find detailed technical specifications for Holt 2-Ton covering engine types, horsepower ratings, weight, height, fuel type and tank volume, oil capacity and type, hydraulic system diagram, wiring diagram, battery specs, etc.

Holt 2-Ton Production

Manufacturer: Holt
Type: Agricultural Crawler tractor
Factories: Stockton, California, USA
  Peoria, Illinois, USA
Also known as the Holt T-35 or 15-25.

Holt 2-Ton Power

Drawbar (tested): 18.17 hp
13.5 kW
Belt (tested): 25.48 hp
19.0 kW

Holt 2-Ton Mechanical

Chassis: crawler
Cab: Open operator station.
Transmission: 3-speed gear

Holt 2-Ton Engine detail

Engine Detail
Displacement: 251 ci
4.1 L
Bore/Stroke: 4.00×5.50 inches
102 x 140 mm
Rated RPM: 1000

Holt 2-Ton Transmission overview

Engine Oil

Type: gear
Gears: 3 forward and 1 reverse

Holt 2-Ton Dimensions

Length: 103 inches
261 cm
Width: 48 inches
121 cm
Height: 52 inches
132 cm
Weight: 4000 lbs
1814 kg

Holt 2-Ton Tests

Nebraska Tractor Test 86
Gasoline 3-speed crawler
July 19 – 26, 1922
Link: Nebraska Tractor Test 86 file
Belt power (max): 25.48 hp
19.0 kW
Drawbar performance
Max power: 18.17 hp
13.5 kW
Max pull: 3275 lbs
1485 kg


Is Holt 2-Ton a good tractor?

The Holt 2-Ton is one of the great tractors in the Holt stable, and it has earned Holt a fantastic reputation.

How much oil does a Holt 2-Ton take?

Check out the Holt 2-Ton 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 Holt made the 2-Ton?

The Holt 2-Ton was an agricultural tractor model made from 1921 – 1925

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