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Back in the 50's my uncle had a Co-Op E-3 and an E-6. What are the corresponding numbers in the Cockshut line? I drove both a litle but not much especially the E-6. I remember we had the E-6 on the baler one afternoon and as a kid of about 110 pounds it was just too big for me. Vern
 

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Coop made the E2, E3, E4 and E5 tractors. They were the same as the Cockshutt 20, 30, 40 and 50 tractors. I think the E5 and 50 were the biggest
 

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That then explains why I cannot find anything about an E-6. I'm quite sure the one was an E-3 and had a four cyl engine. The other was a 6cyl and they were not consecutive numbers so that would leave a 5. My unc did quite a lot of silo filling and used the tractor on his chopper and needed quite a lot of power. Thanks. Vern
 
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