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Re: Fuel for your tractors... Gas, LP, or Diesel?
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All my tractors are gas, but the ones I use the most, are small Allis tractors. The AC B, the AC CA,and the AC C, all use the same engine, and are fuel sippers. The WD45 is also easy on fuel, and easy to keep. My 335 minniapolis loader tractor, seems to be falling in line with the WD45, on fuel useage. The Oliver super 55 is compareable, on fuel for light work, but haven't used it pulling a plow or disc. I really don't want to pull the loader off it.My gasoline would go a lot farther if I was more successful at catching gas thieves. I have been plagued with them, off and on, for 13 yr's, and only caught one.
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