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  1. On 3/9/2023 at 9:14 PM, Dzldenny said:

    Throw a 400 rotating assembly in it while you're at it. I've always liked the M series... Pictures please.

    2nd this

  2. Are those yields on a certain plot size or whole field averages? 

    Had some dry land beans last year running in the 60's then get to the end of the field where the deer thought they needed to graze all summer and watch them drop to about 15!

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  3. 4 hours ago, Gearclash said:


    Rank amateurs . . . so to speak  . . . 20 + years ago when it was affordable to attend an Outlaw tractor pull, the Texas Bullwhip was running a DT466 block with a custom billet head fueled by alcohol and turbocharged to the hilt . . . I was told 4000 + hp . . . the sound was hair raising . . . turbos muted the exhaust crack nearly to nothing but there came a weird rumble that must have been carrying right through the block.

    Well, turbos aren't allowed or they would be running them!

  4. 22 hours ago, supermpuller said:

    There are several  M's through 560's running over 200 HP tractor pulling , some running even more power with V-8. Yes there is some breakage but it isn't a big problem.

    I watched a handful of 560's this weekend pushing 500 horse, pretty sweet to watch!

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  5. 14 hours ago, Farmall Doctor said:

    A couple of my Favorite pics, and tractor stories. Farmall 856 bought new here in Ridgetown, Ontario in 1969. It was traded off in 1980 on a White 2-135 in Thamesville Ontario, and was shipped to the US. Thanks to sharing serial numbers on this forum, it has been found again! another member now has it in New York State and is in good hands!




    Did this 856 come new with white front wheels?

  6. 1 hour ago, cjf711 said:

    Work does not have time in the equation.

    Power is where time comes in.

    Horsepower is Work/time 

    Okay that makes sense

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  7. 3 hours ago, cjf711 said:

    how much Torque is foot pounds (distance vector x mass vector).   

    how much Work is pound feet  (Force x distance)


    I just googled this as i have never really used pound feet,  anything for calculation for design is foot pounds from what ive done.   But i almost always am using torques not calculating "work"   You would torque a bolt to foot pounds,  but an engine providing work would be stated in pound feet.

    I learned something today! 

    Work is a measure of force over time, such as horse power, lb feet is just the force so I don't know how anyone could call that work?

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