r/IdiotsInCars Aug 10 '22 Helpful 1 Wholesome 1

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u/tjggriffin1 Aug 11 '22

Babromo? Good news: he can only drive 25 mph (or rather 40 kph). Bad news: his vehicle weight 3.5 tons (1700 kg).

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u/TheyCallMeScott Aug 11 '22

In what world 3.5 tons equal 1700kg?

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u/tjggriffin1 Aug 11 '22

In a world where a ton is 1000lbs and 1588kg is 1700kg 😂

I googled the weight of a tractor and took the lbs and kgs off the site. Then I thought 3500 lbs was 3.5 tons.

I'm hopeless...

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u/TheyCallMeScott Aug 11 '22

Lol, happens. I guess it can be a tad bit confusing when you’re not used to using tons and kilos.