Ventrac MMM #11 - Small Gas Tank!
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https://www.ventrac.com/ In this Ventrac Monday Morning Minute Aaron discusses the size of the gas tank on the Ventrac, and how it compares to other equipment! For more information, visit https://www.ventrac.com/ Find a dealer near you! https://www.ventrac.com/dealers Get a FREE catalog! https://www.ventrac.com/contact/catalog Subscribe here! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0aiC7V2JS3nh11R5tRuIUw Connect with Us!Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ventrac/ Instagram - @ventrac_tractorsTwitter - @ventracVideo Transcript:Today on Monday Morning Minute, the topic is fuel capacity. We got a comment from SuperIdiot02 saying "if I want to go around plowing driveways, will I have enough to get a bunch done? How much fuel can go in it?" A special shoutout to Justin Beamon who beat us to the answer by saying 6 gallons. A Ventrac 4500 holds 6 gallons of fuel. Or 2.7 liters for all of our friends all around the world except the US, Liberia, and Myanmar, The three countries who still use the imperial system. Trust me, it works. Alright, let's talk about it. So the Ventrac 4500 holds 6 gallons of fuel. We get a lot of comments sometimes on how people wish that was higher. So do we. The problem is, it's a very compact tractor, and we're using all of the available space. We really can't make the fuel take any bigger. Until we build a bigger machine, we're stuck with 6 gallons. I'll give you some examples of other equipment to give you an idea where we fall comparatively. A Deere 2025R has a fuel capacity of 6.3 gallons. A Kubota B350 is at 7.1. A Bobcat S70 Compact Skid Loader is at 6.5 gallons, and a Vermeer SC362 35 horse power stump grinder has a 6 gallon capacity as well. Also, if you're interested, the two best engines we sell for fuel consumption are the diesel and the Kawasaki DSI. There you have it.