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Except in this case, "tractor-data" is correct. The horesepower ratings given are NOT actual engine horsepower ratings, but rather the ratings measured where the actual WORK will be taking place. You can go out and buy a garden tractor with a Briggs and Stratton engine that is rated at 25 horsepower, but I guarantee that garden tractor will not do the same work as a Farmall H, and as a further for instance, Before we even had tractors, farmers used horses, and just two big old workhorses were able to pull a one bottom plow, so why would a 25 horsepower Farmall H not be able to pull a 2-14s plow?
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