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Re: TimS,JDSeller, and others looking for a chassis

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12-27-2012 06:54:07

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Can I get some details on the class from you? I have a 4010 chassis that I'm planning on stripping down as far as possible and putting a 466 in just for playing around.

Would like to see though if the class would interest some of the pulls around here in MN/Ia/SD

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12-27-2012 18:31:57

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 Re: TimS,JDSeller, and others looking for a chassis in reply to JDBert, 12-27-2012 06:54:07  
We have a division 5 class around here wich is a good class and a lot of good tractors but its pricey to pull in.. The new class that is starting is basically a knock down of it to make it cheaper and get more people involved its a 480ci limit and all parts have to be of a factory tractor so basically cuts down price of building a motor so basically u would run a 466 and bore / stroke to get to the 479 mark and find pistons from any brand tractor that fit it.. No billet parts .. They are just getting it started and from what I"ve heard there"s already 5 guys building tractors an I"m sure many more..... Should be a good class I would think instead of spending 30/50 k on div 5 u could build for new class from 10-20k.. Do u wanna sell that 4010 or know of any more in that shape?

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