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Re: Another tractor flip-over story...

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CJ in Michigan

04-11-2013 08:18:50

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04-11-2013 08:39:46

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 Re: Another tractor flip-over story... in reply to CJ in Michigan, 04-11-2013 08:18:50  
I was always told to pull stuff like that in reverse so the tractor does not filp. Pulling from the rear if the tractor stops the rear wheels keep on moving forward and next thing the front raises off the ground Keep on going and you are upside down.

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Bill Rowles

04-11-2013 08:51:49

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 Re: Another tractor flip-over story... in reply to 8N-Bob, 04-11-2013 08:39:46  
If you hook to the rear of the tractor below the center-line of the rear axle, I believe the wheels will spin before tractor will over-turn. It should be noted however that the rear wheel(s) must be "free-to-spin" (not tied or chained to something immoveable such as the ground or a railroad track.

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04-11-2013 08:54:23

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 Re: Another tractor flip-over story... in reply to Bill Rowles, 04-11-2013 08:51:49  
All I know is that my Rears are filled with fluid and when I plowing and go to deep and hit something the front end starts a raising.

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Bill Rowles

04-11-2013 11:08:02

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 Re: Another tractor flip-over story... in reply to 8N-Bob, 04-11-2013 08:54:23  
The front gets "lighter" for two reasonswhen plowing, the hydraulic lift pulls upward on the plow (manual or automatic draft action) and the tractor is pulling on the plow.......however, the tractor will not over-turn when pulling the plow or other implement because of the location of the attachment being on the trumpets and below the axle.

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