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 02-25-2004, 06:30 Post: 77839
mindiucha
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 static tipping load

hi, i would like to know what a term "static tipping load" means? could you email me an answer? mindiucha eta vecro.lt
thank you very much.






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 10-25-2004, 11:05 Post: 99223
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what does a the term "static tipping load" mean?






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 10-25-2004, 11:32 Post: 99225
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 static tipping load

It is the amount of weight on the FEL required to cause the tractor to tip up and lift at least one tire when the tractor is at rest on a level surface and no other factors save load are at work.

It is commonly referred to as the "pucker in pants point".

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 static tipping load

Murf's right when it comes to CUTs with a FEL. With tractors in general, which have flex or articulation between the front and rear axles it's one tire rear tire that leaves the ground. With a skid steer loader it considered to be the rear "axle" or both tires as there is no flex between the front and rear tires (there are no actual axles on a modern skid loader). Now if you really want a thrill ride on a skidloader raise the loader up high with a load and drive forward quickly (or for that matter drive forward and stop quickly)---talk about pucker-factor---at least on a tractor you can jump off!






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