Farm Machinery Models
FENDT 211 Tractor
Scale Die-cast Wheeled tractor
Zinc Alloy Die cast
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Tractors are most often used to describe vehicles used in farms. Agricultural tractors are used to tow farm machinery or trailers for farming, harvesting or other similar tasks.
The earliest mechanized agricultural equipment in the nineteenth and early twenties was steam tractors. They use less aggressive, explosive and confusing drivers' steam engines, using track-driven equipment. These machines were phased out in the 1920s as a result of the internal combustion engine.
Modern farm tractors usually have four pedals for driver control. The left pedal is used to actuate the clutch, and the driver steps on the pedal to disengage the transmission to shift gears or to stop the tractor. The two right-hand brake brakes are used to brake the left and right rear wheels, respectively, in the rear-wheel drive vehicle in such a way that the vehicle's steering angle can be increased. This is often the case in sharp turns; again, vehicles often slip when traveling on mud or soft soil, so they are also used. The driver simultaneously depresses the two pedals to stop the tractor. When the four-wheel-drive tractor travels at a fixed speed, the tractor is stopped by engaging the four-wheel lock differential.