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Re: DC Puller Project

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Josh Blackburn

11-13-2012 05:14:04
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Hey Jim, I work on a lot of old deeres for the fam and customers. Recently bought a case 350 (199 made) so I've been watching this forum a little here and there. Your second must have come against my grandfather Doug chapman on his JD A? He said he was in a Pull off against a case and lost once then had a good hook and won. What kind of power is your case making?




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Jim McVay

11-13-2012 17:36:40
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 Re: DC Puller Project in reply to Josh Blackburn, 11-13-2012 05:14:04  
Told Doug I would give him a tour of the farm I work at. 26,000 acres of Citrus,sod,cattle and suar cane. I run the shop



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Josh Blackburn

11-14-2012 06:10:54
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 Re: DC Puller Project in reply to Jim McVay, 11-13-2012 17:36:40  
That's a huge farm! I had a 351 and let it go, kicking myself now. It was a nice tractor. Put a newer 614b intake and carb on it and picked up 12 hp. 54 hp out out the g-164. So I bought the 350 and plan to make some more with it since I build my own cranks its looking like I can fit a decent stroke in it. I plan to visit Florida for the march show. Hope to meet you all then since I always hear about how good these cases run you guys hAve lol. Id like to bring down our 650 cube Unstyled A for the faster classes

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Jim McVay

11-15-2012 15:22:14
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 Re: DC Puller Project in reply to Josh Blackburn, 11-14-2012 06:10:54  
I included my e-mail. I too added a different intake and carb to my 351. The last show at Flywheelers is at the end of Feburary. If you have time I can show you around the farm. I heard about that 100 hp A. It is all about balance and tires down here.



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Jim McVay

11-13-2012 17:27:10
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 Re: DC Puller Project in reply to Josh Blackburn, 11-13-2012 05:14:04  
Wednesday was the pull off that I won by a foot. Friday Doug won by 2 and Saturday I won by 38. I have a 351 Case also. My dad and I play around fixing them up. We have 13 motorized pieces now.



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Jim McVay

11-13-2012 17:22:11
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 Re: DC Puller Project in reply to Josh Blackburn, 11-13-2012 05:14:04  
Yes Doug Chapman was the one that beat me by 2 feet when I fell in a soft spot. Beat him and another good unstyled A the next day when they both went left and fell into the hole I fell into the day before. My DC has stock 4" flat tops with a LP head making about 45 HP. He has a really good tractor. All the Deeres were running 15.5s and me on 13.6s.



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