Tractor FAQs:


Q: Is a tractor an engineering vehicle specifically designed to deliver a high tractive effort at slow speeds?

A: Yes, and for the purposes of hauling a trailer or machinery used in agriculture or construction.

Q: Are tractors now being outfitted with quick-connect attachments for their front-end loaders?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a tractor the hoe?

A: Yes, and also called a hoe-loader.

Q: Are tractors typically an articulated?

A: Yes, and center-hinged design steered by hydraulic cylinders that move the forward power unit while the trailing unit is not steered separately.

Q: Were tractors allowed to be made?

A: Yes, and but the remaining ones were still legal, which led to inflated prices and many protests from people who preferred EPA tractors to ordinary cars.

Q: Is a tractor dozer blades or buckets?

A: Yes.

Q: Was a tractor built by Dan Albone?

A: Yes, and a British inventor in 1901.

Q: Were tractors used mainly to alleviate this drudgery?

A: Yes, and but they tended to be very big and heavy, so were not well-suited to getting into a field of already-planted row crops to do weed control.

Q: Were tractors initially very successful?

A: Yes, and it became increasingly apparent at this time that the weight of a large supporting frame was less-efficient than lighter designs.

Q: Are tractors used on airports to move aircraft on the ground?

A: Yes, and most commonly pushing aircraft away from their parking stands.

Q: Were tractors created by removing the blade and substituting a large volume bucket and hydraulic arms which can raise and lower the bucket?

A: Yes, and thus making it useful for scooping up earth, rock and similar loose material to load it into trucks.

Q: Was a tractor unavailable for other uses and dedicated to a single use for an appreciable period of time?

A: Yes.

Q: Was a tractor built by Charles W?

A: Yes, Hart and Charles H. Parr.

Q: Is a tractor a simple open vehicle?

A: Yes, and with two very large driving wheels on an axle below and slightly behind a single seat , and the engine in front of the driver, with two steerable wheels below the engine compartment.

Q: Are tractors still in use?

A: Yes.

Q: Are tractors ones that are fabricated from scratch?

A: Yes.

Q: Were tractors used to direct-haul plows?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a tractor used for pulling or pushing agricultural machinery or trailers?

A: Yes, and for plowing, tilling, disking, harrowing, planting, and similar tasks.

Q: Are tractors larger and heavier-duty than gasoline-powered units and compare more similarly to compact utility tractors?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a tractor a device used for conveying advanced instruments into pipes for measurement and data logging?

A: Yes, and the purging of well holes, sewer pipes and other inaccessible tubes.

Q: Are tractors powered by horizontal-crankshaft engines with a belt-drive to transaxle-type transmissions?

A: Yes, Garden tractors from Wheel Horse, Cub Cadet, Economy , John Deere, Massey Ferguson and Case Ingersoll are built in this manner.

Q: Is a tractor often hard to make - generally?

A: Yes, and garden tractors are more sturdily built, with stronger frames, 12-inch or larger wheels mounted with multiple lugs , heavier transaxles, and ability to accommodate a wide range of front, belly, and rear mounted attachments.

Q: Is a tractor financially superior to a compact or garden tractor that would have to be purchased?

A: Yes.

Q: Was a tractor equipped with a swinging drawbar?

A: Yes, and then it could be set at the center or offset from center to allow the tractor to run outside the path of the implement.

Q: Are tractors especially prevalent today include?

A: Yes, and Thailand, China, Bangladesh, India, and other Southeast Asia countries.

Q: Are tractors used for nonfarm grading?

A: Yes, and landscape maintenance and excavation purposes, particularly with loaders, backhoes, pallet forks and similar devices.

Q: Are tractors designed to pull long semi-trailers?

A: Yes, and most often to transport freight over a significant distance, and is connected to the trailer with a fifth wheel coupling.

Q: Are tractors found elsewhere than on farms: with large universities' gardening departments?

A: Yes, and in public parks, or for highway workman use with blowtorch cylinders strapped to the sides and a pneumatic drill air compressor permanently fastened over the power take-off.

Q: Is a tractor called an engineering vehicle?

A: Yes.

Q: Are tractors capable of mounting a wider array of attachments than lawn tractors?

A: Yes.

Q: Is a tractor tailored specifically to the growing of crops grown in rows?

A: Yes, as in truck farming, and most especially to cultivating.

Q: Is a tractor towing a heavy load either uphill or downhill – something that tractors often do?

A: Yes.

Q: Were tractors steam-powered plowing engines?

A: Yes.

Q: Was a tractor simply an automobile?

A: Yes, and truck or lorry, with the passenger space cut off behind the front seats, equipped with two gearboxes in a row.

Q: Are tractors designed for cutting grass?

A: Yes, and snow removal, and small property cultivation.

Q: Are tractors often heavier in construction?

A: Yes, and particularly with regards to the use of steel grill for protection from rocks and the use of construction tires.

Q: Are tractors a sort of scorched-earth strategy used to reduce the independence of the conquered?

A: Yes.