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Or need a tach that goes past 7000 rpm.😳

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Don't think that's the tractor dash...

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You did good there, seemed to have peoples interest. I was hoping to say hello, but every time I went by, you had a handful of people talking to you. Maybe next year!
Yeah same here, sorry Arie I didn't catch you personally but I did talk to two of the actual dealers and they gave me a pretty good tour. Looks like a basic no-frills tractor that is actually very well equipped. Kind of reminds me of tractors from 20-30 years ago in NA before they became space-ships. In most cases a tractor is still just pulling an implement around a field, and this likely would work fine for half money of some brands.

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Don't think that's the tractor dash...
Some kind of a highway vehicle, I think -34 is the point there.
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Why do I have a hard time believing the speedometer in a tractor needs to go to 240km/h and that its -34 inside a hockey arena?

i think that image was put in by mistake, lol

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Why do I have a hard time believing the speedometer in a tractor needs to go to 240km/h and that its -34 inside a hockey arena?

You mean you Saskatchewan guys don't play hockey when your rinks are -34??? I always knew we were tougher over here!!


Thinking he took that picture on Saturday possibly, I went to town and my truck was -36.

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Don't think that's the tractor dash...
It was a photo from inside my rental car.
My better half is complaining that I travel too much. Took the picture so I can ask her next time if she wants to join me on a trip to Brandon, MB in mid January :
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Yeah same here, sorry Arie I didn't catch you personally but I did talk to two of the actual dealers and they gave me a pretty good tour. Looks like a basic no-frills tractor that is actually very well equipped. Kind of reminds me of tractors from 20-30 years ago in NA before they became space-ships. In most cases a tractor is still just pulling an implement around a field, and this likely would work fine for half money of some brands.
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Thank you for coming to the show.
Sorry I did not have a chance to talk to you. We had an extremely busy booth. Few hundred pamphlets were taken, about 30 farmers registered to try the tractor in the upcoming spring field demonstrations.
Next time just tap me on the shoulder, so we can at least shake hands.

We took many pictures showing some of the features included on this tractor. If anyone is interested, I'll post the photos.
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That 3623 is a really interesting concept kind of like the cat d7e. Any idea what their intrinsically safe rating is (not sure if that's the right wording), if they are rated for use in hazardous environment?
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That 3623 is a really interesting concept kind of like the cat d7e. Any idea what their intrinsically safe rating is (not sure if that's the right wording), if they are rated for use in hazardous environment?
When CAT introduced the Electric Drive D7E, they have shown the bulldozer working in the ocean doing beach reclamation work. Sea water is the most challenging environment you can think of to test the safety of electric drive technologies. All went well. See https://www.producer.com/2012/11/ele...izon%E2%80%A9/
This thread is dedicated to the K744 articulating tractor, I think there was a separate thread for the electric drive tractors

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