2005 JD 4120 with American-made JD Powertec engine, not a Japanese Yanmar. That was a big deal for me at the time because I still had a couple of living close relatives who had done difficult combat tours in the Pacific theater of WW2 and still held a bit of a grudge.Nice tractor. What model JD is that? Are you sure that one doesn't have a Yanmar motor? Lots of the older JDs since about 1990 did.
No, but it means we ALL should try.Doesn't mean we shouldn't try.
I don't make the system, I'm just one guy that can try.No, but it means we ALL should try.
If we are going to become a “global economy“ (we already have been for years) it’s not fair that America has to build everything clean, which is much more costly than the other competitors building it dirty.
It costs too many American jobs. Those jobs go straight to China, Mexico and India, where little pollution control exists.
Come on, man!