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Re: Case SC to Pull

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Wounded Deere

11-07-2012 10:06:44

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Cliff, Don't you have a good Case puller? A Vac with an eagle with teeth on the side panels (well at least it has a Vac hood and grill) , I saw you win down in Harrisburg, That was a pretty heavy class for that sized tractor, im not sure I agree with Pa puller knows, I think Cases are a pretty good pulling tractor, I know they have beaten me a lot of times

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Cliff S

11-07-2012 13:07:42

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 Re: Case SC to Pull in reply to Wounded Deere, 11-07-2012 10:06:44  
Yes that was Me Winning the 6250 6 Mph Class at the Mid Alantic Super Pull on what started out as a Case VA Thats More of a Open Class Tractor thats Capable of Running up to 15+ Mph 6500lbs Class on a Drop Pan Sled and a Hard Track!

But thats a Friends Tractor that I share Seat Time On!

I Have A VAC Of my Own with 36 Rubber on the Back thats Done Ok for its Self But at 3.5 MPH Class!

Like Ive said I Have IH Pullers Also thats Done Well But the SC that Ive Been thinkin of Building would be Just a Noncut 3.5 mph puller for Home and to Give People something to Ponder about!

I Think Almost any Tractor Can be Competitive if Enough Time is Spent on it Getting things Right!

I Spent Time Growing up on a SC and i am shure there like a DC/CC for Balance But Need More Power and if Kept under 5000lbs in Noncut at Home Pulls they Could Be Competive Puller!

Cliff S

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