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|rodney Hardesty||I am trying to find a table showing the ground speed
for a 1850 tractor to use during spraying.
The tractor has a high/low and 18.4-34 tires.
Any help would be appreciated.
|m hastings||my sugestion would be to set up a 100 foot course and use a stop watch.
velocity = distance/time
since velcoity is measured in miles per hour make sure to convert your recorded time into hours, and the distance into miles. 100 feet being .01893 parts of a mile. for instace 10 seconds being .00277 parts of an hour you ground speed would be 6.83 mph.