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    Why Only Two Cylinders ? - 1940

    Why Only Two Cylinders ? - 1940



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Im9TGHcebZs
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    Two Cylinder Tractors Cost Less to Operate

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    That's pretty cool! Thanks for posting it!
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    Its true you can learn something new everyday. I knew they were always 2 cylinders but WOW



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    Wow have things changed! The old boys that designed the early tractors would be amazed at how complicated a modern tractor has become. I liked the cover that allowed access to the main bearings. Thanks for sharing.

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