Jump to content

Garden Tractors and Parts on eBay



Photo
- - - - -

Horse Power?


  • Please log in to reply
25 replies to this topic

#16 propane1 OFFLINE  

propane1
  • Senior Member
  • Member No: 54307
  • 8,125 Thanks
  • 3,928 posts
  • Location: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Posted March 03, 2015 - 05:21 PM

Horse with short legs should be able to pull more than one with long legs, if they are the same weight. Heavy horse should pull more than light horse. Leverage and gearing.  I could be wrong , just a thought. Noel  


  • johndeereelfman said thank you

#17 Cat385B ONLINE  

Cat385B

    HAZMAT CAT

  • Senior Member
  • Contributor
  • Member No: 8002
  • 13,387 Thanks
  • 9,744 posts
  • Location: MN

Posted March 03, 2015 - 05:43 PM

Come on, spring.


  • MH81, grnspot110, IamSherwood and 1 other said thanks

#18 ol' stonebreaker OFFLINE  

ol' stonebreaker
  • Validating
  • Member No: 12515
  • 1,689 Thanks
  • 1,148 posts
  • Location: idaho

Posted March 03, 2015 - 06:21 PM

Nowadays some industrial engines are rated in kilowatts. More confusion!!
Mike

Edited by ol' stonebreaker, March 03, 2015 - 06:22 PM.

  • grnspot110 and johndeereelfman have said thanks

#19 KennyP ONLINE  

KennyP

    FORDoholic

  • Super Moderator
  • Staff
  • -GTt Supporter-
  • Contributor
  • Member No: 2253
  • 35,828 Thanks
  • 44,588 posts
  • Location: Collinsville, Oklahoma

Posted March 03, 2015 - 06:39 PM

I seem to kill several hundred watts every month, so the electric company says!


  • johndeereelfman said thank you

#20 IamSherwood OFFLINE  

IamSherwood

    Elf guardian

  • Senior Member
  • -GTt Supporter-
  • Contributor
  • Member No: 2066
  • 8,390 Thanks
  • 7,697 posts
  • Location: Northern Ontario

Posted March 03, 2015 - 06:48 PM

Come on, spring.

 

I see a science project coming up, once the snow is gone. :thumbs:

 

CatScott.jpg


  • KennyP, johndeereelfman and Sawdust have said thanks

#21 LilysDad ONLINE  

LilysDad

    Millennium Falcon

  • Senior Member
  • Contributor
  • Member No: 10443
  • 12,489 Thanks
  • 9,327 posts
  • Location: N. Illinois, DeKalb County

Posted March 03, 2015 - 07:14 PM

If we're talking torque then we got to consider the knee & the hoof :)

Well, we can't have slippage, so you need to think horseshoes, too.

 

Horse with short legs should be able to pull more than one with long legs, if they are the same weight.

A longer torque wrench has more torque.


  • johndeereelfman and Sawdust have said thanks

#22 Kurtee OFFLINE  

Kurtee

    New Member

  • Senior Member
  • Member No: 7561
  • 579 Thanks
  • 464 posts

Posted March 03, 2015 - 07:49 PM

The B John Deere was originally designed to replace 4 horses.


  • KennyP and johndeereelfman have said thanks

#23 propane1 OFFLINE  

propane1
  • Senior Member
  • Member No: 54307
  • 8,125 Thanks
  • 3,928 posts
  • Location: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Posted March 03, 2015 - 09:00 PM

How many horses does a John Deere B have? 20 ? Noel
  • KennyP and johndeereelfman have said thanks

#24 toomanytoys84 ONLINE  

toomanytoys84

    Aaron

  • Senior Member
  • Member No: 45129
  • 9,187 Thanks
  • 5,623 posts
  • Location: Ohio

Posted March 03, 2015 - 09:07 PM

How many horses does a John Deere B have? 20 ? Noel

Horsepower 11.8 (drawbar) 16 (belt or PTO) "equal to a four-horse team"

A model B tractor would perform the same work as a four horse team, thereby replacing six to eight horses.

Edited by toomanytoys84, March 03, 2015 - 09:09 PM.

  • johndeereelfman and Coventry Plumber have said thanks

#25 greenb69 OFFLINE  

greenb69
  • Senior Member
  • Member No: 65681
  • 270 Thanks
  • 210 posts

Posted March 04, 2015 - 10:24 AM

I may be stepping out on a limb here but looking back to when gas engines were just getting started and the designers were trying to get them on the market. Here is how it went. The engine developer gathered a group of guys who's jobs were to clean up after the horses in the city. He put lab coats on them and passed them off as scientists. They went before the public and convinced them that this little engine could do the work of several horses and at a fraction of the cost. Little did these guys know that by making this claim and replacing the horse it would also cost them theit jobs. LOL
  • KennyP, toomanytoys84 and propane1 have said thanks

#26 KennyP ONLINE  

KennyP

    FORDoholic

  • Super Moderator
  • Staff
  • -GTt Supporter-
  • Contributor
  • Member No: 2253
  • 35,828 Thanks
  • 44,588 posts
  • Location: Collinsville, Oklahoma

Posted March 04, 2015 - 10:35 AM

I may be stepping out on a limb here but looking back to when gas engines were just getting started and the designers were trying to get them on the market. Here is how it went. The engine developer gathered a group of guys who's jobs were to clean up after the horses in the city. He put lab coats on them and passed them off as scientists. They went before the public and convinced them that this little engine could do the work of several horses and at a fraction of the cost. Little did these guys know that by making this claim and replacing the horse it would also cost them theit jobs. LOL

Glad you 'splained that for usn's!






Top