International 414 engine

International 414 engine DEFAULT
International B414 at Driffield-P8100542.JPG
A restored International B414 at the Driffield Steam rally in 2008
Model history
Model introduced1961
Model discontinued1966
Model status Discontinued
No. producedUnknown
Preceded byInternational B275
Superseded byInternational 434
Engine Specification
Engine makeInternational Engines
Engine modelIH BD 154
Fuel typeDiesel
Power hp 44 engine, 36 pto, 33 drawbar
Power kW 32
Governed rpm {{{governedrpm}}}
Displacement cu in /(litre) 154 cu in (
No. of Cylinders 4
Bore in (mm) 3.5 " (89 mm)
Stroke in (mm) 4 " (102 mm)
Cooling system Water
Naturally aspirated, Turbo or Supercharged NA
Transmission Details
Transmission type Manual H/l+R or Shuttle
Gearbox make IH
Forward 8 or 8
Reverse 2 or 8
Drive 2-WD
General Data
Linkage Category Cat I
Tyre Sizes (std/options)
Front 6 x 16
Rear 13.6 x 28
Tractor Dimensions
Length (inches/metres) 117 inches (2970 mm)
Width (inches/meters) 64-90 " (1600-2300 mm)
Height (inches/meters) 61 " (1650 mm) (no cab)
Weight (nominal) lb/kg 3650 lb
Turning circle (nominal) inches/meters 10 ft (3200 mm) (braked)
Wheelbase 76 inches (1950 mm)
Other info
Factories Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
India (Mahindra Tractors)
Plow ratingUnknown
Nebraska Tests No. 827 (Diesel)
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The International B414 was built by International Harvester from 1961 to 1966 in Bradford, England, and under license by IH's joint venture in India, Mahindra Tractors.

Model history

Main article: International Harvester

For gasoline-powered model see International B414 gasoline

The British-built International B414 diesel utility tractor was introduced in 1961 as the replacement for the B275 (although the older model continued in production until 1968). The B414 used the same basic 4-cylinder diesel engine design but a ¼" larger bore increased engine displacement from 143 ci to 154 ci. A gasoline version was added in 1962, primarily for the US market. In mid-1964 the US-built 424 was introduced in the US as the replacement for the B414, but the older model continued in production until 1966.

Tractor Comparison, diesel models in US

In 1962 the International B414 diesel was lower-priced than all of its competitors except for the John Deere 1010. By 1966 International Harvester was promoting the US-built 424 in this hp class but the still-available B414 served as a price leader and undercut the price of the newer-design Ford 3000, John Deere 1020, and Massey Ferguson MF135 significantly and the Fiat-built Oliver 1250 by a small amount.

Make & modelPto hpDisplace.SpeedsWeight (lb)Price-$ (year)
International B41436154836503020 (1962), 3230 (1966)
Case 43034188838003400 (1962)
David Brown 880401541244703750 (1962)
Ford 2000321434-1235573413 (1963)
Ford 300039175839203600 (1966)
Fordson Super Dexta32153631503250 (1963)
John Deere 1010U36144537002880 (1962)
John Deere 1020U39152841503621 (1966)
Massey-Ferguson MF353715363200
Massey-Ferguson MF13538153635143623 (1966)
Oliver 55039155632453430 (1962)
Oliver 125035138636663277 (1966)

Timeline

  • 1961 - International B414 production began, also import into US
  • 1962 - Gasoline version added, mainly for US market
  • 1966 - B414 production ended, replaced by 424 in US, 434 in UK

Factory locations

International Harvester Great Britain, Ltd., Bradford, England

Specification

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  • Adjustable front axle
  • Differential lock
  • Electric starter and lights
  • Hydraulic system with Category I or II 3-point hitch, depth control
  • Constant running pto
  • Standard tires
    • Front: 6.00-16 4-ply
    • Rear: 13.6-28 4-ply

Options

  • Petrol or Diesel engine
  • Standard 4 range Hi-Low + reverse gearbox or a 4 speed Hi-low with shuttle reverse
  • Power steering
  • Belt pulley
  • Swinging drawbar
  • Optional tires
    • Front:
    • Rear: 14.9-28  6-ply

Serial numbers (diesel version)

YearSerial no. run
start[1]
Serial no. run
End
Number BuiltNotes
196150125742074Production calculated from serial no. range
196225751483712263
1963148382964614809
1964296474213412488
196542135516639529
19665166453258[2]1595Last built
Total built52758

Preservation

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  • MSO 108 - sn 34236 at Kinloss, Scotland 2015

Gallery

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Photos

2015-11-04 12.43.10

McCormick B414 int Harvester MSO 108

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References/sources

  1. ↑TractorData.com
  2. ↑Baumheckel, Ralph and Borghoff, Kent, International Farm Equipment Product History, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1997

External links

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Manitoba, CanadaTractor data says it is a 414 but when searching in some other forums i have found a few posts that say it is a 436. Just wondering as i am looking at a 1066 that is supposed to have a 1086 engine transplanted into it and the more hp the better. TIA

southern saskatchewanThink the 1086 had a 414 with a turbo, the 986 had a 436 without the turbo, the 14 and 15 where a 436 with turbo.

NE IndianaThe 1066 also had the 414 turbo, same as in th1086.

sw MIThat's what I always was told.

Manitoba, CanadaOk. Most of the material i have read says 414 also. There is about 20 PTO hp difference between a 1066 and a 1086. Is the pump just turned up or are there other updates done to the engine as well? Also, are these engines strong performers or do they fall flat on their face when lugged down a bit?

NE IndianaHave owned a 966, 986, 1466, and 1586, they will pull like crazy even at low rpm.


North Liberty and South Bend, IndianaI don't know if I'd say they pull like crazy at low rpm's.


Texas/New Mexico StatelineOurs has a DT414.

Good pulling little engine. It will pull more than the 135 hp it is rated for.



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NCent. INNo....no they don't. They usually pull to a stop at low rpms. At least in my experience

NE IndianaOpinions vary but in 30 years of running them I will stick with my statement. And yes I have ran other colors with similar horsepower and always was impressed with the low rpm torque /hp of the IH engines.

I have three 1086's and they all have 414's. it should be stamped on the block, under the intake. The CID will be the first three numbers I think.


west central illinois

havin'funfarming - 4/13/2014 18:17

Ok. Most of the material i have read says 414 also. There is about 20 PTO hp difference between a 1066 and a 1086. Is the pump just turned up or are there other updates done to the engine as well? Also, are these engines strong performers or do they fall flat on their face when lugged down a bit?

i believe changes were made to the engine in the 1066 in 74. Horsepower may depend on what year 1066 it is using for horsepower ratings.


Caraway, AR

Set the torque cam angle around 135* and back the droop screw out all the way and they will pull like a haint....at low rpm and at high rpm.

Need a good operator on it if it's going to run that way, though.

John




NW Central Ohio...really doesn't matter does it? If it's the DT414 like it should be, it will be a 130 HP class motor. If it's a DT 436...it will be a 130 HP motor...unless someone has messed with the pump. If you want more horsepower..open up the pump. If you need to rebuild...just put a DT466C short block in it...fits the same, probably can turn 180 PTO HP all day long if your radiator is good.



Manitoba, CanadaThanks for the responses. I think I will probably take a chance on it.
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International Harvester B-414 Engine


International Harvester B-414 tractor photo
1961 - 1966
Utility tractor
Series:B-275 ← B-414
Engines overview
International Harvester 2.3L 4-cyl gasoline
International Harvester 2.5L 4-cyl diesel
Engine Detail
International Harvester BC-144
gasoline
4-cylinder
liquid-cooled
Displacement:143.1 ci
2.3 L
Bore/Stroke:3.375x4.00 inches
86 x 102 mm
Power:43.5 hp
32.4 kW
Air cleaner:oil bath
Compression:6.3:1
Rated RPM:2000
Torque:116 lb-ft
157.3 Nm
Torque RPM:1300
Firing order:1-3-4-2
Starter volts:12
Oil capacity:5 qts
4.7 L
Coolant capacity:10 qts
9.5 L
Engine Detail
International Harvester BD-154
diesel
4-cylinder
liquid-cooled
Displacement:153.9 ci
2.5 L
Bore/Stroke:3.50x4.00 inches
89 x 102 mm
Power:43.5 hp
32.4 kW
Air cleaner:oil bath
Compression:22.6:1
Rated RPM:2000
Torque:113 lb-ft
153.2 Nm
Torque RPM:1400
Firing order:1-3-4-2
Starter volts:12
Oil capacity:5 qts
4.7 L
Coolant capacity:10 qts
9.5 L
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