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    Default GRIP

    The other day i hit a wet spot on ma big ford 7610, i was nearly stuck, it needed 4wd & diffs, i got out o.k but made me wonder about how best to gain traction. Should i ad wheel weights, front weights???? Wot about psi, i do alot of roadwork but need a reasonable psi so i aint slippin all the time on the green stuff, specially wiv all my hills!!! you can also c ma other ford on the pic!!!! its a beast, i had a tug of war wiv both a john deere 6800 and a case mx110, it pulled em both to shreds!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    well there borris, i think that my deere is a match for ure ford. its a 6510 with a tb turbo. its got more guts cumin out of it then a t-rex at a slaughter house. nice tractor though borris. Aye roger!!

    <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by Muhammad on 10/25/01 05:29 PM (server time).</FONT></P>

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    **** fire there lads thats a beast and a half!!! whey, i wish i had one of those.

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