The little 4300 is pushing it's limit without counterweight other than filled tires but the maneuvering is a bit tight in a natural drain. Finally had to give up and take another cut off of the load, just too tippy. I did get to some shade first though!:msp_thumbsup:
not enough green tractors ! here is the 5400 hay tractor that I now use for bushhoggin and moving logs around - the log on the front is green red oak and a 28 inch bar on the saw. The 7510 is more of a farm tractor - it gets used for everything including holding a duck blind in the air so we can shoot deer out of it hahah Pricey deer stand haha
Ferguson Tea 20 (1954) with forks moving pallets.
I also have a 3T winch for it and a 3T homemade timbertrailer with wheel drive (12.4x28 tyres).
It does 40 km/h on the road after having installed bigger tyres and a different carburettor. Stock it's only supposed to do 21 km/h.
I'm restoring tractor nr 2 at the moment, a 55 model. The engine has been overhauled, swapped out to 87 mm cylinder liners instead of the stock 80/85mm bore and a upgraded carb. Stock hp: 24/28. After upgrades: 40-50 hp.