Gravely Tractor Wiki: Manuals, Specs and Options

The Gravely Motor Plow Company was founded in 1916 in Dunbar, West Virginia building a successful line of two-wheel walking tractors. The company later moved to Clemmons, North Carolina and, in 1964, Gravely entered the four-wheel garden tractor market. Gravelys used a unique rear-engine design on their tractors. Ariens purchased Gravely in 1982, and still owns the brand. Gravely-based designs were discontinued around 2000, and the name dropped entirely in 2002. It is still used on a line of commercial lawn equipment.

Gravely 14-G
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD
  • Fuel: 5.3 gal
  • Wheelbase: 52.3 inches
  • Weight: 853 lbs
Gravely 16-G
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD
  • Fuel tank: 5.3 gal
  • Wheelbase: 52.3 inches
  • Weight: 858 lbs
Gravely 18-G
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD
  • Fuel tank: 5.3 gal
  • Wheelbase: 52.3 inches
  • Weight: 863 lbs
Gravely 20-G
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD
  • Fuel tank: 5.3 gal
  • Wheelbase: 52.3 inches
  • Weight: 883 lbs
Gravely 24-G
  • Chassis: 4x2 2WD
  • Fuel tank: 5.3 gal
  • Wheelbase: 60 inches