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Matthew Storrs

is a 70hp tractor up to the task??

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Mmmmh , but you drive like you stole it or are you a gear down rev down man??

To be bad and judge you on your avatar you could be the clarkson kind

 

"POWER!!"

 

 

 

Only winding you up. I don't know how to soothe the tone with smiley faces on the iPhone app!

 

Im more Clarkson than May put it that way. Ive had a few accidents in tractors being a farmers son. First thing I drove being left alone at about the age of 9, I had to stand up to push the clutch or brakes down etc :lol:

Weirdly back then there was hardly any 4wd tractor apart from the roadless and most farms would only have 1 4wd. Times have moved on and things have got bigger tho in all respects.

As swinny says tho a 4wd 100hp is a nice size for woodland/forestry work etc. Many are surprised what can be done with one yet small enough to be nimble thru woods etc.

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