For information on the tractors that replaced them, see Articulated tractors. Tandem tractors are special conversions of tractors. Most feature two engines and have their front wheels removed. Most were built before the Articulated Giants appeared. The idea to link two tractors together originated in Australia, with many farmers doing it. Australia made more of them than the U.S. and U.K, making around two thirds of all tandem tractors. Until Wagner, Steiger, Big Bud and Rite appeared, people and companies had built thousands of Tandem tractors.
Key Notable ModelsEdit
- Chamberlain A74
- Chamberlain C6100 Tandem
- Chamberlain Super 70, also Tandem
- A special Ferguson TE-35 Tandem Tractor is known to exist.
- There is also a Massey Ferguson 65 Tandem.
- A Field Marshall with the first tractor still using is front wheels for steering.
- Lanz 6017, using the same method as the Field Marshall.