Trishul Farm Master is a local tractor manufacturer that produces RTO-approved agricultural equipment and this tractor is attached to the Royal Enfield Bullet.
This video shows the use of a RE Bullet-based tractor, hold your breath! Now we know that Royal Enfield bikes are strong and durable. For decades, people have achieved amazing feats with the help of the amazing Bullet. But turning the Royal Enfield Bullet into a tractor is not something you often see. The Trishul Farm Master tractor is a legitimate product, but this experiment involves charging it with a Bullet.
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The Royal Enfield Bullet was converted into a Trishul tractor
Trishul Tractors was founded in 1994 and has a wide range of models from 12 to 22 hp. The video shows the Royal Enfield Bullet attached to the front of the tractor and the rear performing various actions. These include sowing seeds, cultivating the land, plowing the fields, leveling the surface, spraying water for irrigation, and harvesting the crop to be transported by tractor to storage.
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The operation is very simple. The handle and wheel used on a tractor are part of a motorcycle, and the transmission lever is that of an ordinary tractor. The engine powers not only the tractor, but also other agricultural machinery. The operator sits on a custom seat with a normal steering wheel to control the tractor. All other agricultural machinery is attached to the back using special equipment. The Royal Enfield Bullet’s powerful engine runs smoothly to act as the right tractor.
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The Royal Enfield Bullet comes with a 346 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine with 19.36 PS and 28 Nm of maximum power and torque, respectively. This engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission. It has a double tubular spine frame with a 35 mm telescopic front fork on the front and two rear shock absorbers with a five-stage adjustable preload. The front disc is 280 mm and the rear drum is 153 mm. The bullet has 19-inch hinged wheels on both ends. The RE Classic 350 will range from Rs 1.48 crore to Rs 1.63 crore at the former showroom. Tell us what you think about how this RE Bullet was turned into a tractor.