In the UK it is possible to use a rebated fuel in agricultural tractors and non-road vehicles and engines. The fuel is commonly known as ‘red diesel’ as it contains a dye for easy identification by the authorities. The fuel may also be known as gas oil, marked rebated gas oil, cherry diesel, 35 second […]
We get lots of people asking if we can recommend an engineer in various parts of the country (or indeed the world) who is good with tractor engines.
If you use a good engineer (or mechanic) and you have been pleased with their work, then please click over to the website and leave details of the […]
Jim has sent VTE a link to this video. We see a big heavy old traction engine running in a low gear with low rpm but high torque. This is challenged by a a high horse power John Deere which has been customised for tractor pulling…
What Can We Learn?
Well the outcome of the tractor pull […]
Here at VTE we love to get into detail about different aspects of tractor maintenance. We’ve got some in-depth articles on things such as:-
Dexta Electrics For Road Use
Fitting Core Plugs To Standard 23C Engine
Adjusting Clutch Pedal Freeplay (MF35)
Understanding The Characteristics Of Multi-Power
Replacing Crankshaft Rope Seals
Setting Lever Springs (MF35 Hydraulics)
All interesting (and serious) stuff. Every now […]
Last week we took a trip down memory lane when we talked about threshing dyas and saw vidoes from the Rosemount Vintage Festival. This has provoked quite a response with people making various comments.
One gentleman commented that we shouldn’t look back with rose tinted spectacles. Farmers’ lung, bad backs, poor pay, dust, itching skin, […]
Everyone who has worked or grown up on a farm during the early sixties or before remembers threshing day.
The videos from Rosemount Festival have brought back some memories for Dave, who has written in…
It has brought back memories to me from the UK in the 50’s. I remeber the ol Binder & the threshing machine, […]