THE CHIEF PARTS OF A TRACTOR (transcription + translation)

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A tractor of any kind is made up of the following principal parts namely:
1) the frame, which is the foundation and around which the tractor is built;
2) the traction members as the wheels and crawlers are called;
3) the power unit, which includes the engine and all its auxiliary devices that develop the power;
4) the transmission system, which transmits the power of the engine to the drive wheels or crawlers by various clutches, gears and shafts;
5) the steering gear by and through which the tractor is steered and;
6) the braking devices for stopping the tractor.
The frame comes first. The frame is supported by the wheels or crawler and it, in turn, carries the engine, the transmission system and all the other numerous parts that go to make up the tractor. Further, the frame must be sufficiently rigid so that all of the power units will remain fixed in their positions relative to each other.


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