Seriously Sean, a lot of guys buy a tractor without any previous experience handling one. Some folks have been damn lucky too. Not joking about tractor safety here. Heck, a 13 HP Farmall Cub is capable of rotating around that centerline in the right circumstances. Even if all the warning stickers are intact, how many actually read them untill after a SHTF moment where the sticker is all they can see because they're crushed under their tractor? Torque moves things, that's why you bought the tractor in the first place. The engine in the tractor produces the torque. All that gearing in the tractor multiplies the engine torque tremendously allowing it to do some serious pulling. What I want Sean to do is put it into terms everyone can understand. His grasp of the proper terminology exceedes my simple wording abilitys concerning harnessing a tractor's torque application. Sean, tell them why a tractor can flip itself over and why you always hitch them below the centerline of the drive axel.