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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Fieldman12, Feb 17, 2008.
I would love to run one of these new Cat tractors.
There really is nothing much difference from that and a skidder which Cat has been building for years. A skidder sees harder service than a farm tractor. When is a farm tractor running over rough terrian or working on steep grades.
Cat will market it to the farmers as a revolutionary idea and charge them lots
lots of money there
What is each tire worth ?
You have 8 tires they got to be 2500-3000 each maybe more.
they look a little bigger then an 18.4-38 tire...thats whats on my tractor and the tire alone is in the $700-$800 range
That is nothing but an ADCO tractor painted yellow. ADCO bought out Cat's agricultural side and they just use the line's of tractors and equipment they already run now in different colors.
Agco produces the Cat line now (not Adco).
So what's with those tanks behind the disc implement?
Yea thats what I meant was AGCO not ADCO. My mistake. Also if you want to see the largest tractor ever built it is the BIG BUD 747.
My parents went out to meet the Williams brothers and to see the BIG BUD 747 and they said it was massive. It is trully the one and only of its kind.
Tanks are anydrous amoni(spelling) that they incorperate into the field.
I liked the video though but I wonder how they compare to JD 4 wheelers. That is all you see around my area. A few cats with tracks but mainly JD's.