Leroy Henson said: (quoted from post at 21:55:50 01/29/13) Does a 600 and a 800 Ford tractor has the same rear axle ratio as a 601 and a 801? If not, what is the difference?
Leroy, you asked about the rear axle ratio, but by the responses that you received, you would never know it, would you? This is so common on these forums. I guess that if someone does not know the answer, they feel compelled to say something...anything. Probably a God-send to police interrogators!
600, 601 -6.66:1
800, 801 -7.17:1
Row Crop -7.18:1
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This post was edited by JMOR at 20:48:48 01/29/13.
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