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Re: Tunica Southern Nationals 2011 Lamont

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Haha! Thanks Chuck. That old tractor is THE tractor than turned me on to propane. Somehow I traded my dad out of it. He bought it from a guy that had used it bush hog and do other odd jobs. It was absolutely worn out from one end to the other. Every piece of the Eagle hitch had been broken at some point in time. The shifter is so loose that it feels like every gear is its own range. Every gasket and/or seal leaks. The rear main leaks so badly that oil drips from the front housing of the starter. I have to run an anti-fouler on the front plug to keep it from fouling due to excessive oil. (Oil literally seeps from the spark plug hole.) The hydraulic pump wsa good. The clutch and gears are good. Engine starts and runs fine and pulls like the devil. It has actually beat some pretty tough tractors. I really like it even though it's junky and ugly. It had 16.9-34 rear rubber on it. Since that video I've change the rears to 18.4-34 top-cuts. That makes 2nd gear a better speed/power match. My plans are to build a 900 diesel puller, but I can't imagine getting rid of the old Wart Hog! It was previously name Ruff-N-Ragged, but I retired that name. LOL! Thanks again.

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