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Old 01-02-2006, 10:36:30 PM
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heres a great pic of the man in charge of the eagles (Warren Werth) at the up coming symco threshree this july he looks a little stressed or mabye worried he wont beat jeff viguies number of eagles at the eagle gathering this last summer
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OOH Lee,you know he is going to pay you back for this?!
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Old 01-08-2006, 06:56:25 PM
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I've seen that same gesture and expression on my good friend Warren's face when he has BAD gas!
Lee, It's not necessarily a look of worry ( or maybe it is but not about Eagles)

Warren, I just sent you some additional names for the Eagle event in Symco this summer. I just ran my recently acquired 13-25 H around for the first time last week in the snow. Started on the second time over, after I rebuilt the mag and the lubricator. I'd send a picture but Harry hasn't updated my account yet to allow me to post any more pictures.

Dave Pruehs and I are discussing an Eagle website, as many of the owners at the July rally expressed an interest. We are making an outline and will start on it shortly. If any other folks have any ideas or suggestions for the web site content please let any of us know as it could be helpful. I've asked Rick Mannen for his permission to use some of the great material he has developed with his extensive research.
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Warren must be asleep at the wheel with this thread, so I'm posting a couple pictures out of my collection.

This is a 13-25 model H that I acquired late last year and just had to run it in the snow. I've included a picture that nicely shows the headless engine valve cage arrangement. If you're lucky you can unbolt the cages and remove them to service the valves and guides, but I've had some that didn't cooperate. With one, the block had to be removed, heated, iced and the valve cage driven out from the back side. It's common to see valve cages that have broken ears from people trying to pry them loose.

The 13-25 H is an updated version of the 12-22 F with automotive steering and a Pickering govenor. These two models are the smallest of the Eagle tractors that are still known to exist and are quit rare. The other H models were the 16-30, the popular 20-40 and the 22-45.
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An Eagle has landed in North Dakota! Here are a few pictures of newly purchased Eagle. The tractor was bought from the family that had purchased it new. The tractor was always kept indoors and kept in running condition!

A very nice Original tractor!

Kelly T

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Anyone out there have some good close up pictures of a 12-22they can post? How about some pictures of the differences of a 12-22 vs 13-25?

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Old 12-19-2008, 09:56:06 PM
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An Eagle has landed in North Dakota! Here are a few pictures of newly purchased Eagle. The tractor was bought from the family that had purchased it new. The tractor was always kept indoors and kept in running condition!

A very nice Original tractor!

Kelly T

http://www.smokstak.com/gallery/file...g_2607_010.jpg
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That is COOL! I'd guess a once-in-a-lifetime find!
Mike
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I will let the owner fill you in on the particulars on the tractor.

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Kelly!
Chatted with the new owner about that tractor a couple of weeks ago - I think he is mighty proud of it! Good reason too as it is hard to find them in as good original shape!
Do you know the serial #? He thought it was in the low 1600s. That would put it around a 1927 by my records. Waterloo Manufacturing's sales records are available for Ontario. Unfortunately, we have never come across their sales books from their Portage la Prairie branch house.
Nice to know there are some good old girls still out there!
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Anyone out there have some good close up pictures of a 12-22they can post? How about some pictures of the differences of a 12-22 vs 13-25?

Brad
Brad,
Biggest differences were in the steering, radiator, valve cages and rocker arms, breather pipe. F models also used a cast water tank bolted on top of cylinders and early ones used Linga vapourizer instead of Schebeler carb. When they started changing over to H models, there was some mixing of parts too!
RM.
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As I remember I think he said it was in the mid 1600 serial number I cant rember exactly.
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Kelly!
Chatted with the new owner about that tractor a couple of weeks ago - I think he is mighty proud of it! Good reason too as it is hard to find them in as good original shape!
Do you know the serial #? He thought it was in the low 1600s. That would put it around a 1927 by my records. Waterloo Manufacturing's sales records are available for Ontario. Unfortunately, we have never come across their sales books from their Portage la Prairie branch house.
Nice to know there are some good old girls still out there!
RM.

Looks like serial # 1604 in the photo I took. I believe John said the family had bought the tractor new in 1927.

Kelly T
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Kelly,
Waterloo Manufacturing Ontario sales records show a 20-40 #1591 sold new in August, 1927 and another #1612 sold new in September 1927. These are the closest numbers I have that show new sales dates! The base price in Ontario was $2250 at that time. Waterloo offered optional canopies, front and rear automatic couplers and of course, extension rims. 8" extensions were an extra $80.
Another good reason to come to Crosby in 09!
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Waterloo Manufacturing Ontario sales records show a 20-40 #1591 sold new in August, 1927 and another #1612 sold new in September 1927. These are the closest numbers I have that show new sales dates! The base price in Ontario was $2250 at that time. Waterloo offered optional canopies, front and rear automatic couplers and of course, extension rims. 8" extensions were an extra $80.
Another good reason to come to Crosby in 09!
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Third weekend in July........always!

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Eagle Model H from the country heritage park collection formerly the ontario agricultrial museum.
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I dont know if this has been posted on here yet but here is a link to a eagle site.John


http://www.geocities.com/eagletractors/index.htm

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Getting some inquiries about the Eagle Expo here at Le Sueur, Mn. Sounds like a few semi loads of Eagles coming out of Wisc. Rumor has it that the "Not So Happy Farmer" will be on one of the loads........that will be great also, might have to put that one in the feature building.

See you all the end of August
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Any one have a nice close up view of a early tractor where the carburator fits to the early preheater assembly? Does the carb's air intake stick into a hole in the preheater assembly?
Also, how is the carb's air intake clocked to its throttle shaft and bolt pattern?

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I have a 20 40 H eagle and am missing a few parts. I was told there were not many of these tractors around. Does anyone know where I might be able to find front wheels, water pump and fuel tank parts for it?? Any info would be greatly appreciated. How many 20 40 H's are left?? Grant
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