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

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12-27-2012 18:48:17

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Jim, that kinda funny, they are starting a new class here as well somewhat similar to what you are describing. I don't know if I really want to go much further on my G after finding out.

What are the turbo and rpm limits?

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12-27-2012 18:56:15

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 Re: TimS,JDSeller, and others looking for a chassis in reply to FactoryFarmer, 12-27-2012 18:48:17  
Ya kind of at a stame point with my g as well not going into motor anymore changed some stuff to lighten it up and going to re-paint it for this year but that's it.. Saw the post about your flat back and that makes more sense now.. Got the one from k&k on today.. I think a 3x3 charger and open rpms the guys that are starting it are div 5 guys that are tired of spending the money I guess.. Idk I'm very interested in the class I think it would be relatively cheap and fun.. I think if it kicks off this year by next year a lot more people will be building tractors.. The div 5 around here used to be a lot cheaper to build but they keep changing rules and making it a lot bigger its almost like a small super farm class now..

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