Re: DIY ROP & Preventing rollover

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Posted by Brad on April 13, 2020 at 04:36:18 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: DIY ROP & Preventing rollover posted by Tim Daley(MI) on April 05, 2020 at 16:05:08:

"Mowing or using an N on a hill incorrectly is the 2nd most accident prone incident."
Tim, you've inspired me to "read-up" on correct procedures using 8N on hills. Various forums have a lot of experienced discussion of do's versus don'ts. Example:

During search, one result caught my eye: "How fast can a Ford 8N tractor go?" I thought to myself, "Interesting, probably around 15 miles an hour." Their answer was a whopping 96 miles per hour! Good thing I'm putting an office chair with seatbelt & ROP on my tractor! lol ;-p

That goes back to Mike Wilson's quote: "What saves our rears is between our ears" where operator's common sense is the most important safety device on the tractor. :-) lol

If you have too much time and money, your farming head-piece might be a motorcycle crash helmet lol :-) let's just hope there's some common sense inside! .>8Q

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