When did they stop making David Brown tractors?

When did they stop making David Brown tractors?

In 1972, David Brown Tractors became a subsidary of Tenneco and operated as a division of JI Case. In 1983, tractors were no longer built under the David Brown name, but the Case name. The Meltham factory, where all David Brown tractors had been built, was closed in 1988.

What horsepower is a David Brown 1390?

The David Brown 1390 was built by David Brown from 1980 to 1984 in the Meltham Mills factory in West Yorkshire, England. It features a 67 hp (50 kW) David Brown engine.

What horsepower is a case 1394?

J.I. Case 1394

J.I. Case 1394 Power
Engine: 77 hp 57.4 kW
PTO (claimed): 65 hp 48.5 kW

Where can I buy parts for my David Brown tractor?

There are many variations on David Brown tractors, so therefore, we prefer a more personal approach. This helps to ensure that the correct parts are supplied together with any relevant advice. However, many of our parts are available to order direct from our Ebay site.

What is the difference between Satoh and David Brown Tractors?

In 1979, the 90 series tractors, which were part of David Brown-derived designs were introduced but the larger models were from America’s Case range. In England and several other countries, David Brown distributed Satoh tractors while Satoh distributed David Brown tractors in Japan.

Who made Ferguson-Brown Tractors?

David Brown was a patternmaker that started the business in 1860 in Huddersfield, England. Manufacturing gears were the company’s core business. 1350 Ferguson-Brown tractors were built in 1936 in partnership with Harry Ferguson.

Do you accept bank transfers for David Brown parts limited?

Please make cheques and bank drafts payable to “David Brown Parts Limited” We regret that we no longer accept bank transfers, because of unacceptable bank charges. The Right To Cancel allows the customer time to examine the goods, and ends 14 days after the day the goods are delivered.

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