Wider tyre give lower ground pressure.
It spreads the weight of the tractor so the grips dont sink in and get grip
Agreed. But given the amount of times that ground gets that hard in Ireland, I'd sooner have the wider tyres. And I live on dry, steep land. You get much better wear on the wider tyres and nothing like a bit of opposite lock after a shower of rain during a dry spell to hone the rallying skills!
Not usually towing a tanker when rallying ðŸ˜†
Depends if you are spreading out of season or not!!
Dirty water wasnt it ?
Thanks god no issues here this year anyway. Should be good for another few weeks!
Results are in....Tractor sales 2016
Total tractor sales 1937
John Deere 377
New Holland 376
Massey Ferguson 361
Only one in the difference between JD and NH.
Yup, that was me
Claas 144 ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚ðŸ˜‚
Thinking of changing our jcb 3cx its 1998 new tyres , 8000 hours what is it worth? Engine good just changing to go up the years a bit
Spoke to lad....last summer who told me he gave 36K for a 09 one off ECI with 9 months warranty....no trade in though
(Dunno how usefull that info is to you)
Guess depends how well looked after/how fresh etc
18 to 20 thousand?