There were five models in the 200 Series tractors which
began production in 1969. The 210, 200, 222, 224
all used Kohler engines. The 226 used a 16 hp
Onan twin engine.
Only the 10 hp 210 has a gear transmission. All others
are hydraulic drive. The model 224 is 14 hp, the
222 is 12 hp and the 220 is a 10 hp.
The new 200 Series tractors used a much stronger
trans-axle and cast steel front axle as well
as a much stronger main frame.
The patented hydraulic drive remained but it was
improved upon by upping the maximum oper-
ating pressure from 1600 psi to 2150
psi at the travel valve and 2250
psi at the rear pto valve,
used to power several
The transmission in these tractors use what is called
a HyDrive System, not belt driven Hydrostatic as
most other tractors use.
This is a simple hydraulic pump motor that powers
a trans-axle that has variable speed, fwd and
rev, controlled via the control arm on
the steering column.
This Drive system is still in use today in all the Case
and Ingersoll Garden Tractor models.
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