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The end of the standard tractor?


, : The end of the standard tractor?. Landtechnik 46(7/8): 316-39

Operating comfort and safety of standard tractors are considered. It is suggested that heavy rear-mounted implements and high forward speeds cause unfavourable vibration of the tractor, and that moving the driver's cab forwards and a balanced axle load distribution would compensate for this, particularly in tractors with front axle suspension.

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