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What Are The Types of Tractors? A Comprehensive Guide About Types of Tractors

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Types of Tractors

The tractors’ types are diverse, from the sizeable, powerful steam traction engines used to work the fields on a large scale for industrial farming operations. This type is most commonly known as an Ag tractor, ag being short for agricultural. Depending on their size and use, the smaller versions are sometimes called farm tractors.

There is also an intermediate-size tractor which is neither quite as large as a full-sized industrial version nor as small as a genuinely portable one; this category of the tractor is not only helpful, but it has become trendy with farmers who own or lease several hundred acres even though they may have relatively little actual fieldwork to do each year.

Types of Tractors

The power source is usually external to the vehicle itself, such as on a jeep or truck; the smallest can be driven directly by its operator. The following larger sizes are generally built to the standard 19th-century design, which used horses, mules, oxen, or other animals to power them. Hence, they are only helpful when hooked up to some vehicle for moving from place to place.

Big Iron

The largest or most powerful types of tractors are commonly called “Big Iron”, this name is often applied specifically to the very large restored antique steam powered tractors but it may also refer generically to any very large farming tractor with over 50 hp (37 kW). This includes smaller once common types such as the enormous Allis Chalmers HD-14-44 (over six tons in weight, with an engine producing over 100 hp (75 kW).

Crawler

One type of tractor that is classified as a truck rather than a farm implemented is the crawler. It was designed to be driven on roads while pulling some bulky equipment such as pipe layers or other construction machinery; the caterpillar tracks are perfect for this type of work because they give it excellent traction without any concern about tearing up or digging into paved surfaces. The original tractors’ large displacement engines were diesel, but smaller versions are often gas-powered.

Agricultural tractor

Speed Tractor 6×4 Mark 6 Premium, 6×4 all-wheel-drive Dual Mass Transporter Contractor 350 Edition, 6×4 – 6×4 all-wheel-drive Dual Mass Transporter Contractor 350.

RTA 30 Rough Terrain Articulated truck, 6×4 tandem, 8.3L Cummins ISB engine RTA 45 Rough Terrain Articulated truck, 6×4 tandem, Cummins QSB 5.9L engine ARTIC Platinum Edition, Tractor & semi-trailer set (2006) American Truck Simulator by SCS Software has articulated trucks in its game even though they are not common in the USA.

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Industrial tractor

Allis Chalmers HD-14-44 Allis Chalmers D19 Allis Chalmers WD45 Caterpillar D5K2 Cat 3054D tracked dozer; 773B wheel-type loader Attachments: A 3 m (9 ft 10 in) ripper and a reversible rotary power broom. Cummins N855C Industrial V8 Gasoline Engine This dozer is rated 26 hp at the PTO, or 70 hp when hooked to an auxiliary engine.  Caterpillar D6T LGP – 6×4, Cummins N14 Plus engine, rated at 160 hp (120 kW) Cat 16G Industrial Tractor Caterpillar 773D Wheel Loader.

Prototype tractor

Allis Chalmers HD-19 Allis Chalmers WD-45 Farming Simulator 2013 has an HD 19 frontloaded.

Steam tractor

Oliver 1855 Nonpareil Steam Traction Engine in Phlox color replica by Wilesco in HO scale Oliver 2255 Super “O” replica by Bachmann Industries, Inc. in O scale.

Artillery tractor

AEC Matador, World War II-era artillery tractor with Rolls-Royce Meteor engine AEC QF 13-inch Howitzer Motor Carriage, Artillery tractor that was built on the chassis of the AEC Matador which had previously been modified with a more extensive transmission to carry heavy loads, mainly howitzers.

Barges

Reservoir Carrying Barges are large vessels designed for transporting water in bulk from expanding sources to areas lacking in potable drinking water or other uses such as irrigation and livestock watering troughs. They transport this water in large, impermeable (or watertight) tank sections called “modules,” assembled like the segments of a child’s toy.

The barges themselves generally operate on inland waterways such as rivers and lakes; however some ships look like barges but are actually floating dry-docks or oil drilling platforms. Barges (other than reservoirs carrying barges) may also carry fuel oils, livestock or other goods through pipelines on the decks between the module sections.

Universal 4w or 4wDT

This type is unique because the operator sits inside the frame and steers by turning the rear wheels. It has excellent maneuverability and is often used for small gardens or farms to be driven among trees. Modules can be filled with either freshwater for bulk transport to places where they will augment limited drinking water sources or filled with cargo for transportation elsewhere. The individual modular units have insulating double hulls to not heat the water or degrade from exposure to sun, wind, and waves.

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