Wallis Tractor

Wallis Tractor

The Wallis Tractor Company of Racine, WI, pioneered unit construction in tractors. Wallis patented their one-piece curved boilerplate frame for the Wallis Cub in 1913. The advantages of a one-piece frame, as Henry Ford also realized, was in material savings and in the permanent alignment of all shafts and bearings in the engine and transmission. The Wallis tractor was popular in the 1920s and became the basis for the subsequent Massey-Harris tractor after Canada's Massey-Harris bought out Wallis in 1928.


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