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    Default Re: JD 5320 vs M5700 vs TN65

    As far as cars and trucks go, they are called 4wd because of the equal size tires. It doesn't have to be in 4wd all the time to be called it but the biggest criteria is the tire sizes. MFD tractors have two different sized tires while the articulated tractors and trucks and SUV's have the same size tires. That is the biggest difference. As for marketing, a lot of tractor companies are trying to make compacts more understandable to their clients. By associating the terminology of cars and trucks to the tractors it allows the consumers to understand it better. However, if you have been around machinery your whole life which usually means the people buying 50hp tractors and up, then they tend to understand the traditional terms and the tractors are marketed that way. Hope that makes some sense.

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    Default Re: JD 5320 vs M5700 vs TN65

    I was always under the understanding that the Belarus I had (420AN) was an MTZ model or Minsk Tractor Works - which from what I gather was an "older" model compared to some of the other Belarus-label tractors? What is an LTZ?

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    Default Re: JD 5320 vs M5700 vs TN65

    The 400 series of tractors are from Lipestk not Minsk. Is it air cooled if so its a LTZ? At one time Belarus was selling products from anywhere between 16-31 different manufacturers in the USSR.

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    Default Re: JD 5320 vs M5700 vs TN65

    It was/is air cooled, so it must have been a Lipestk. Neat information to know, but I don't have the tractor any more, so I guess it doesn't matter too much. Thanks for the information, though.

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