1970-02-01

Why A Medium Size Four Wheel Drive Agricultural Tractor? 700683

Medium size four-wheel drive tractors are becoming popular as farmers strive to increase productivity per man day. These tractors represent the next step up in horsepower with only a moderately higher cost per horsepower than available large two-wheel drive tractors. This paper describes how a four-wheel drive tractor using two-wheel drive tractor components minimizes cost. The new John Deere 7020 tractor is used as an example to show how this was accomplished.

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