Re: Roll over

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Posted by 49er swGA on July 28, 2017 at 10:25:36 [URL] [DELETE] :

In Reply to: Re: Roll over posted by 49er swGA on July 28, 2017 at 09:42:32:

I quote > Hey, no sweat. Again, I just don't want to see someone get hurt. Thanks for understanding.

We had a road at the FoMoCoTracto test track that started out level, but every 10 feet or so the banking would progressively increase 5°, up to around 45°, I think. We'd remotely drive tractors along that road, real slow, until they'd tip over, then record that angle. You'd be really surprised how stable they are going longitudinal on a hill. When you think you're about to roll one, odds are you've got another 5-10° before that actually happens (don't try this at home). Good times, like I said.

I`ve ALSO got a private message to him asking this question of roll over...
He is not available at present...
BUT As promised, I return,
Dennis


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