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|Tim||i was wondering if the 60 was good in power and torque and if they were made poorly hope you can reply as soon as you can thanks
|Jason Green||Overall, the JD 60 is an excellent tractor. JD built its name on dependability. The 2-cylinder develops 36.9 drwbar horsepower and 41.6 belt horsepower. The 6.75 inch stroke helps develop an immense amount of torque compared to the horsepower. The gears in the transmission are very rugged. Remember, JD based this tractoron the model A which sold aprox. 300,000 tractors. The A was made from 1934-1952. Through constant refinements and better technology the A was transformed into the 60.