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Deutsches Landwirtschaftsmuseum Hohenheim - "Ruhrstahl B11" (museum-digital:agrargeschichte)
Deutsches Landwirtschaftsmuseum Hohenheim Traktorensammlung [Ruhrstahl B11]

Ruhrstahl B11

Ruhrstahl B 11 (Deutsches Landwirtschaftsmuseum Hohenheim CC BY-NC-SA)

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Baujahr: 1955
Hersteller: Ruhrstahl AG Annener Gussstahlwerk, Witten
Motor: Henschel 515 DE • 2-Zyl. 4-Takt Diesel
Wassergekühlt • Hubraum: 1.590 ccm
Leistung: 22 PS bei 2.000 U/min
Getriebe: Ruhrstahl/Renk 4 / 4
Gewicht: 1.530 kg

Seltene Konstruktion mit nach oben gezogenen Kastenholmen für den Geräteanbau zwischen den Achsen. Mit rückseitig angebrachtem Motor, drei Zapfwellen und Hebehydraulik. Wurde 1951 erstmalig vorgestellt und gehörte zu den ersten Geräteträgern für die Einmannbedienung in der BRD. Einziger Fahrzeugtyp der Ruhrstahl AG.

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[Last update: 2018/07/16]

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