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johndeere 9530 tracks vs 800tires

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Published on Jan 12, 2012

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steve ducell
the weight of any articulated tractor ( wheeled or quad trac ) is much heavier. So if you really want to compare, weight both tractors up to the same weight and then do a pull.................
oisiaa
Tracks give more flotation (lower ground contact pressure), not necessarily more traction. 
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Jaminggears usa
So the 9560r weighs about 1000 lbs more than the 9530t and the 9560r has the best traction tires made , which are 800/38 with deep ribs. As you can see the 9560r also as a full set of wheel weight and if the fuel tank is full it hold 2800 lbs of fuel. I actual thought the 9530t was doing a good job in this battle with only 30'' tracks. Two great machines...
Rudi Weserwolff
Take a Fendt Vario and pull them both away...
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Paul Helyer (HelyerFarm)
...another pointless video. For starters the artic is heavier, so has a greater coefficient of friction with the ground. For a more precise test, both tractors should therefore be the same weight. Also tracks are designed to keep ground pressure ie compaction to a minimum, not for maximum traction. That said, in very wet conditions a tracked machine would out pull a wheeled machine of the same weight
Meade77
0:18 that ladies and gentlemen is the sweet sound of POWER!!!!
vevohoeyo
clearly the weights are not same
Jack Ryan
Add weights to the tracked tractor and it will pull the wheeled tractor around like a toy.......🚜
BigCountryFarmer
And that is why I will never own a track tractor unless its a quad track
Tractor Man
lyke does tractors. Mines dont hav aercodishon tho. Thanke yu for da sho.
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