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DeereTophe 39036 154 can u say, full pull!! either
can u say, full pull!!
Our 95e had no problem dragging the sled to finish line,or
really any where we wanted to go!! The sled guys said they
stopped one earlier that year but I don't believe them! I
had no loss of traction or power! I could have yanked it
across the county! It was still fun and a good show!!
Re: can u say, full pull!!
Cats are not everything. I saw a 9400 Deere out pull one by
a mile. The 95 Cat could not get close.
Re: can u say, full pull!!
Nah your right! They are not everything, they are the only
thing on tracks.
Re: can u say, full pull!!
Well, you got to remember, the Cat 95E is down 15hp at 410
instead of 425 that the JD is at and the JD has more grip
from the tires because they put more weight on less tread to
the ground which means more grip. Cats are made for
floatation and some grip. We run a Cat 75E and I don't know
how much weight we run when it is some-what dry out(if it
ever is), but it is a lot. I think we have all the weight
you can put on there stock and we got extra weight brackets
for it and it pulls fine in the dry too as well as the wet.
No need to fight, is there?
Re: can u say, full pull!!
listen, why do you put duals on a tractor?? More traction
usally, track tractors have more traction than a deere on
wheels, yes the 9400 has a little more balls, but the cat
has more traction to the ground
Re: can u say, full pull!!
Well, it really depends on what kind of soil conditions you
are in too. Yes, a Cat should have more traction, but if it
doesn't have enough weight on it, it won't pull right and
will "snake" back and forth struggling to pull. I can see
what you mean too.

Re: can u say, full pull!!
And operator does matter too.
Re: can u say, full pull!!
i think main reason for the cat is soil compaction. a hell
of alot less compaction because your putting your weight on
a surface that is spread all over rather than just a small
tiny surface on a round tire.
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