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International Diesel Engine D282 Specifications

by Tim McQuade

The D282 was a heavy-duty diesel engine manufactured by International Harvester. The company used the engine in the International Harvester 706 tractor in the mid-1960s. In subsequent years, International Harvester replaced the D282 in its tractors with a German-built 310 diesel engine. The D282 featured a 4.7-liter output that provided ample power and performance capabilities.

Specifications

The D282 engine featured an in-line six-cylinder design. It had a bore of 3.68 inches, a stroke of 4.39 inches and, as the name implies, a total piston displacement of 282 cubic inches. The pistons fired in the following order: one, five, three, six, two and four. The engine used a liquid-cooled cooling system. The intake and exhaust valve clearance --- when the engine was hot --- measured 0.027 inches. The D282 engine used a single 12-volt battery.

Performance

The D282's power take-off --- a component on some tractors that provides power to auxiliary equipment --- had a rated power of 72 horsepower. The power take-off had a fuel consumption of 5.5 gallons per hour. The maximum draw-bar power was 65 horsepower and the draw-bar fuel consumption was 5.4 gallons per hour. The engine had a rated rpm level of 2,300.

Fluids

The D282 came paired with a fuel tank with a 33-gallon capacity. The engine could hold a maximum of 21.5 quarts of coolant liquid, and the lubrication oil reservoir held a total of 9 quarts. It had a maximum hydraulic fluid level of 17 gallons.

Equipment

When paired with the International Harvester 706 tractor, the D282 engine used a manual transmission that had eight forward gears and four reverse gears. The eight forward gears consisted of four high gears and four low gears.

About the Author

Tim McQuade began writing in 1999. He has worked for two newspapers, including "The Ithaca Times," and has had a short story published. McQuade received a Bachelor of Arts in writing from Ithaca College.

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