How big of plow can you pull?

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Impressive, but it just drives home the point of how pointless it is that we have to deal with Tier 4 emission standards on our hobby tractors ... what a joke!
 
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I’m almost always amazed at the size of the actual engine on those things. The boiler, firebox, gears, etc. are all huge. But the engine itself is just that one relatively small cylinder on the upper left side.
 
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Impressive, but it just drives home the point of how pointless it is that we have to deal with Tier 4 emission standards on our hobby tractors ... what a joke!
There are similar "jokes" all around us!
For example Congress gave Ukraine 50 million with a large portion going to Burisma (the company Hunter was an officer for whatever reason) to "develop it's fossil fuel industry". The same fossil fuel industry they are trying to destroy in the USA. So we give our money to other countries to enable them to develop into fossil fuel competitors.
 
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There are similar "jokes" all around us!
For example Congress gave Ukraine 50 million with a large portion going to Burisma (the company Hunter was an officer for whatever reason) to "develop it's fossil fuel industry". The same fossil fuel industry they are trying to destroy in the USA. So we give our money to other countries to enable them to develop into fossil fuel competitors.
It's all smoke and mirrors! 😕
 

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Why do they need a person tending each plow share?
 

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Why do they need a person tending each plow share?
That's how the lift system works. No hydraulics on the tractor, and doing a ground driven lift on 44 bottoms would get complicated. It's for exhibition anyway. I think that's a Case 150 pulling it which was built to pull overland trains, not do farm work.