The International Harvester Company is one of the most well respected names in agricultural equipment. The company has been in business since 1831 when Cyrus McCormick changed the farming business by inventing a reaper machine that allowed a single farmer to harvest 40 acres in a day. In 1902 McCormick Machinery consolidated with three other farming machinery companies to form the modern-day International Harvester Company, headquartered in Illinois but with a worldwide organisation. The IH B414 is a small agricultural tractor that was produced from 1961 to 1966 in Bradford, England. It came in two models: with either a gas engine or a diesel.
The IH B414 tractor weighs from 1633 to 3046kg., depending on the options added. Its wheelbase is 76.5 inches. Fuel capacity for both models is 12.7 gallons. The engine is a four-cylinder model.
Gas Engine Specifications
The gas engine on the IH B 414 is model BC-144. It offers 43.5 horsepower, with a liquid cooled engine, requiring 10 qt. of coolant. The compression ratio is 6.3:1, and rated rpm is 2000. The torque is 52.6 Kilogram per foot, and torque rpm is 1300. It has a 5-qt. oil capacity.
Diesel Engine Specifications
The diesel engine on the IH B414 is model BD-154. It also offers 43.5 horsepower, with a liquid cooled engine, requiring 10 qt. of coolant. The compression ratio is 22.6:1, with rated rpm of 2000. The torque is 51.3 Kilogram per foot, and torque rpm is 1400. It has a 5-qt. oil capacity.