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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
    Call your JD dealer and tell him you would like to demo one of these for the weekend:

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    Man, I would love to! That would plow our farm in no time. Unfortunately the biggest tractor we have is 150 hp. I’d put a 45’ sunflower tandem disk behind it like our neighbor has.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CADplans View Post
    The hydro is a little hard to understand,, but, it does change the ratio between the engine and the wheels.

    In the same manner that you stall that tractor,, I could easily stall a 150 HP farm tractor with that same plow that you are using.
    So, adding horsepower will not correct your issue.

    Gear ratio is an amazing thing,,,
    Sorry man, but if adding horsepower doesn’t add power then why do they have tractors with more power? That comment just doesn’t make any sense.


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    Yeah, I wish the 2032/38 had a three range transmission so we had a lower low range for this very reason. I don’t need it super often, but it would be handy a couple times a year.


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    Yep, you need a bigger engine,, talk to your dealer,, they will sell you just the HP you desire,,,
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    Sorry, I could not get passed holding the baby while plowing.
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    Think of a hydrostatic trans as a hydrostatic CVT. The key is the last sentence in the function paragraph 'It provides infinitely variable speed control'. The forward/reverse pedals control speed by changing the effective gear ratio between the engine and wheels.

    Think of it like a loaded semi with a hand throttle and no accelerator pedal. You have a pedal but it controls your transmission. As you go up a hill instead of downshifting with a clutch & shift lever you let up on the pedal to downshift.
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    Looks like you run out of traction in this video ...
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    That seems strange. I get that the hydro went into bypass once it stopped you and the plow was in the ground. I do plenty of ground engaging work with mine and even with adding ballast and R1’s I still have plenty of power over traction.

    Are you at wide open trottle or using the e-trottle? I forgot once and had something similar happen because the e-throttle can’t react properly for that. The above posters are correct the further you push the pedal the higher ratio you are creating, the farther you push it, the harder it will work the engine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Sorry, I could not get passed holding the baby while plowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milharri View Post
    The tractor was in low!

    I had those weights on for the 30 minutes it took to plow that. They are off now and will only go on again next year for this. It literally took all of 30 seconds to pick them up and put them there. It was just a quick way to add some weight.
    Then the 2038's low range seems way too high. Doesn't seem very useful.

    And I wasn't giving you crap about the weights, just suggesting that there must be a better way to deal with ballast.

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