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Shift Up and Throttle Back to Save Tractor Fuel | Farm Energy

Mark Hanna , Stuart Birrell , Dana Petersen

Shifting up and throttling back can save tractor fuel under certain conditions. This brochure offers tips on how much you'll save and the best times to use the technique.

Pages / Length: 2
Publication Date: 03/2011
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