scaip warriorOn heavy soils and slippery surface conditions, the steel tracked crawler will win-out over its rubber tracked counterparts, says dealer Robert H Crawford.
Having to work arable land late after an energy maize harvest, when slippery surface conditions can show up the limitations of rubber tracks, could result in a comeback for steel-track tractors, believes a Lincolnshire dealer. Robert H Crawford has a long history of involvement with steel-track crawlers and Track-Marshall products in particular, as dealers when these machines were still produced in Gainsborough and as a manufacturer of crawler ploughs. See also: Video: First drive of Scaip’s 350hp metal-tracked crawler Today, the […]