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Thread: Tractor pulled in half - GIF

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    Now they know that the engine and transmission are part of the frame...

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    They don’t make em like they used to. “Hello MASSEY Ferguson? I need to put my tractor in for some warranty work.”

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    Maybe lighten the load a bit, or perhaps connect the cable to the thing that doesn't want to move!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IntheGroove View Post
    Now they know that the engine and transmission are part of the frame...
    most tractors of this size have no frame..the engine transmission and rear axle are all bolted together, as a single unit..saves making a frame..they just make the castings stronger and larger and they do the job just fine... usually..LOL..

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    Hmm, maybe it was a cheap Chinese cloned Massey????

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    This is why these people live in third world countries -- they have no concept of physics! They don't understand that everything has it's limitations!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattlerjake View Post
    This is why these people live in third world countries -- they have no concept of physics! ....
    Jake, I do agree "they" very often have very little concept of physics, I need to point out that.....

    Actually, they live in under developed countries because they were born there. They have very little opportunity to escape and corrupt governments that stifle pathways to improvement. (Is it redundant to say corrupt government?) SO MANY of them live in squalid conditions, with little or no opportunity for education, while the government officials are living in paradise.

    While you do see many situations like this one where foolish, very costly even deadly mistakes are made, there are also many more situations were their resourcefulness and creativity challenges "ours". Those situations do not make good video.

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    Now they can easily replace the clutch....

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    What was loaded on the wagon that it did not move? It took a lot of force to pull the tractor apart. Why were they even doing this? Why didin't they hool the crane directly to the wagon? Lots of questions, the lose of the tractor could really set back a third world family if not the whole village.

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