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kenworth 240241 305 4020 either
4020
4020 on steel
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This is probably a tractor that belongs to an Amish farmer
from a more liberal Amish congregation thought most still
use horses and no self propelled vehicles. Mennonites and
the communal Hutterite colonies use cars and other modern
vehicles.
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yes,cant remember where igot it from,sure not verry common.
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Great Pic of the 4020 on steel. Not many like that around.
Red Painter is right. I know there are some Amish in
northern Indiana that use steel wheels. There are some in
the mid-north part of Indiana that have rubber tires but no
cabs. You see alot late model John Deeres and CaseIH with no
cabs. They still use a horse and buggy to travel to town
in, no cars. You see some late model pull type combines
also.
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when i grew up we only had tractors w/o cab.like to see em .
what state are you living?
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why amish not used vehicles ??
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I live in Indiana. When I was growing up we also did not
have cabs. My uncle bought the first cab tractor in the
family and I was lucky enough to ride in it plowing the
first day. It was a 4430 John Deere.
The Amish believe in living as much the old way as possible.
It is a religious believe that to much material things will
corrupt you. I guess a cab on a tractor would be to worldly.
They are very good farmers and stick together when times are
not so good. They also do not believe in insurance and if
they loose a barn to fire or a tornado the Amish community
rebuilds it. Sometimes within a few days.
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Thanks for the great info
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Top pic.fron the back
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