Re: Light 4020 in reply to Dieseltech, 02-06-2021 14:01:45
Im not sure about a 4020, but the 4010 guys around here are pulling in 6500 lb. classes with maybe 80 lbs. of movable weight. No rockshaft, tin wheels, narrow front. Depending on which final drives they have 6500 is tight. My hot farm tractor which has a 4020 rear and was put on a considerable diet is around 7000lbs. With no driver on 24.5-32s with aluminum wheels. Could be a little lighter if you took out the inter cooler and water tank. What weight class are you trying to make? And what type of class? Might be better off with a 4010 to start with or a 3020 rear if power levels arent crazy.
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