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Annette 95469 66 Kirovets either
Kirovets
This is one of our family of russian machines. Its a 1994
Kirovets sold under the Belarus name in Canada. We have a
1770 Belarus, two 825 Belarus tractors and 3 Don 1500
combines. The Kirovets is my favorite and I don't like to
let other family members drive it. It does all our seeding
and most of our fall work.
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Dammmn, that is one big BELARUS, Respect, I not generally
fond of the big artic machines but that one looks well, in
our country the price of diesel oil for Agicultural machines
double'd 2 years ago, so there's not 2 many people who could
make use of that monster.

If U really are A girl, that tractor is far to big for U to
be driving, Come over here And I'll start U off on our Tonka
loady tractor, it's got a plastic loader and back pedal
brakes, only joking:-) Nice photo
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Well yes you should know when there are no sons the
daughters get a chance to farm!! Funnily enough you're
comment on the pedal tractor isn't that far off! I'm not on
the tall side and have been compared to a fly sitting on the
back of an elephant. Thank God for power shift and hand
throttle. When I sit in the drivers seat my feet are a good
2 inches from the cab floor. To reach the pedals I have to
sit on the very edge of the seat!! My one major complaint
for all farm equipment is that they were designed for 6 foot
men!!! The only time I use the gas pedal is when I'm
driving on the highways since there are idiots in cars that
think they can take on a Kirovets and win. And by the way
the Kirovets uses one third less fuel than an equal size
North American tractor.
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I would never have guessed that machine would have had
powershift.
What size engine, How many cylinders and how do you know
about the fuel consumption.
Oh by the way, don't call them Pedals, their the clutch and
brake, what am i saying the biggest tractor I've driven is
about half the size of that thing
oh yeah how much weight
I like to see some more images of that machine, from the
rear, from the cab looking forward/back.
Does it have A PTO, that’s the revolving, splined shaft at
the rear
OK, only joking Number 2

Me is now off to work for a big contractor for the next 3
month's, please god don't let me screw up.

Fairwell Farmphoto till we meet again.:-D
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