Biggest Tractors In The World

Biggest Tractors In The World

In this episode, people asked for a big rig truck that wasn’t quite a tank but could still go offroad. The response after seeing the creation was,Damn not that far offroad.That motor plough or plow is very fascinating. Seems to steer by differential braking. The only things I was genuinely impressed by was the big […]

In this episode, people asked for a big rig truck that wasn’t quite a tank but could still go offroad.

The response after seeing the creation was,Damn not that far offroad.That motor plough or plow is very fascinating. Seems to steer by differential braking.

The only things I was genuinely impressed by was the big roy and the big bud other than that it’s like watching another  video.

This was so impressive right up to that over weight and under powered 8850 burning 25 gallons and hour showed up.

The biggest tractor in the world, Big Bud, is now located in a museum in Clarion, Iowa.

If you are near central Iowa,That second tractor didn’t deserve to be on this list. But the Kinze that has 2 Detroit 8v71s did.The Ballast for Big Bud is the 60,000 gallons of fuel to power it ea day.

This video actually delivered and was not clickbait, at the end, I saw a tractor I’ve never seen.

We live in southern Idaho and we farm like mad here but never seen that tractor before today.

TY very much awesome work . Talk about ripping ground wow, never seen one that big either lol.that Big Bud at the end would be able to pull my Grandad’s little 50cc John Deere with all three of our hay wagons.

And the Deere would be gunning it in the opposite direction. We need that tractor. To bad it wouldn’t fit in their drive way.

Please include engine torque. There are 450 horsepower Miatas but none with 1,800 ft-pounds of torque. Torque is a better statistic to use than horsepower.

I like how they spread out all that weight on multiple tires. Otherwise you compact the fields soil, just screwing yourself up. You can never rototill that deep to loosen up again.

No-till seems to be the way to go anyways. someday we’ll be looking back at the old days to see how we used to turn over soil, opening up rhizosphaera to too much oxygen.

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