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It sounds weird when both engines are not in phase.

But someone did a very nice job putting those two together.

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those are one of the best sounding J.D'S   .always did like the sound of them even in the evening could her them for miles in the field. i bet those 2 will out pull the 830.

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1 hour ago, rustred said:

those are one of the best sounding J.D'S   .always did like the sound of them even in the evening could her them for miles in the field. i bet those 2 will out pull the 830.

It would out pull any tractor that size and bigger.  The original owner pulled two 4 bottom plows and a 26ft chisel.  

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1 minute ago, TP from Central PA said:

Simple guy thought it was 2 D15's with roto balers?????????????????

Nah.  If I was going to post a D series the only one worth posting would be the D21.  

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2 hours ago, 560DT said:

not what i was expecting

 

2 hours ago, Dasnake said:

Oh, a tractor, hmm double D, I wuz thinking.....................

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39 minutes ago, acem said:

DD can be several things.

Duncan donuts 

A hwy in south Missouri 

A bra size that I like!

Thx-Ace 

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Just cause they're big don't mean they're purty.  I've seen some big stuff at Wally World that I'd like to un-see.

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4 minutes ago, DT361 said:

....believe this was taken about 7-8 miles from my house....

Well, that's cool.  I just asked duckduckgo for highway DD images, and there you to.

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11 minutes ago, Steve C. said:

Well, that's cool.  I just asked duckduckgo for highway DD images, and there you to.

Upon further review, I'm going to have to recant - power lines aren't there....stuff doesn't quite match.  This image is courtesy of 'Street View'

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8 hours ago, Steve C. said:

Just cause they're big don't mean they're purty.  I've seen some big stuff at Wally World that I'd like to un-see.

DD look good to me. That's my wife's size but that's not her pic below!

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Well this was certainly a disappointment, not exactly what I had in mind. Then to add to the insult, it was a damn green tractor. 

One does have to admire their ingenuity though. Pretty cool. 

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Old and green I was hoping for young and any host of other colours 

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Oh! Look JD finally made a 4 cylinder,  OK, they also made a 6 cyl., with their 730.  International very early, about 1911, made a 2 cyl. but they fired evenly,with an even fireing. put, put, put,put, both pistons traveling together.  whereas JD sounds  put, put, coast, coast. i think i'm right? anyway i know there were guys cuting the JD crankshafts, and cam shafts, and rotating them 180 degrees, and welding them back together, with a counter weight in the middle of the crankshaft with 2 stacks, and an even fireing sound, claiming more HP. looking like those double D's, with double stacks, as shown in the top post above.   

 

 

 

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