Posted by BoonvilleKid on November 04, 2012 at 20:41:29 from (220.127.116.11):
I spent my youth on older Farmall tractors. I still have four of them, but I also have JD hydrostat tractors. My question is: why was the ground speed of the old tractors set so fast. There are times when I want to just slowly creep but have full throttle for power. I can do that with the hydrostat tractor but sure can't with the SC, the SA and others. Looking back, it would seem that it would have been much better to have at least the 1st gear speed down to just a creep while, at the same time, full throttle/power could have been available.
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