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Tracto-man

03-27-2019 19:19:41




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As I've been getting busier with life making lots of truck and tractor money and have less time to waste it, I've been running the tractors much less in the last year then I used to, I recently got in a wreck with a more recent build and tried pulling it along with various other stuck vehicles around the yard with the 961.

It's slipping on 1 rear most the time, I just don't remember if this tractor had/has diff lock or not? If I does the levers either gone, or I'm loosing my tractoring abilities, or it was never there in the first place, thus also loosing my mind, lol. I never had this problem much before but it's also lost the pie weights and tires drained since I last used it for pulling.

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Ultradog MN

03-28-2019 01:35:36




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 Re: Dumb question in reply to Tracto-man, 03-27-2019 19:19:41  
An unballasted tractor can not put its full horsepower to the ground.



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Royse

03-27-2019 21:04:23




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 Re: Dumb question in reply to Tracto-man, 03-27-2019 19:19:41  
I hope you weren't hurt Andy! That could have been bad!

As Greg said, I don't know of a 961 with a diff-lock.

Brakes to help control tire spin and ballast to provide traction.



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Greg NE

03-27-2019 20:11:18




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 Re: Dumb question in reply to Tracto-man, 03-27-2019 19:19:41  
No diff lock. Your main trouble is you lost all your pulling ability when you took off the extra weight on the tires. Using the brakes to control the spinning wheel is about all you have left to do!



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