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830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor

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Tim S

02-18-2013 11:11:54
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My nephew sent these pictures of a pulling tractor that was down at Louisville last week, I thought I would pass them along,,I don"t know anything about it, but maybe some one on here does...




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Matt Fleisher

02-20-2013 18:18:22
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
Someone told me there's $10 grand in the sheet metal. Sure is a nice looking tractor!



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Tim S

02-20-2013 18:35:36
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Matt Fleisher, 02-20-2013 18:18:22  
I would not be surprised,and it is over the top...



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cumminspuller

02-19-2013 14:16:54
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
He also has a very good running 6030 Pro Stock tractor unless he sold it while building this tractor.

Chris



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gpuller

02-19-2013 07:34:11
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
Its a slick looking tractor that's for sure! I see he added a flywheel cover, the earlier pics I saw it didn't have one.

I think he won in Lousiville.



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Tim S

02-19-2013 08:06:22
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to gpuller, 02-19-2013 07:34:11  
I watched a few of his pulls on You Tube,,he looks to be a major contender



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cumminspuller

02-18-2013 19:36:03
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
I believe that is Lance Little's tractor. I saw it in Terre Haute, IN in August of last year. Runs pretty good. The only 2 cyl. parts on that tractor is the sheet metal.

Chris



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Tim S

02-18-2013 19:38:58
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to cumminspuller, 02-18-2013 19:36:03  
And he has a "FINE" looking paint job on it too...



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Aaron in IL

02-18-2013 17:26:12
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
I saw that tractor at Salem, Illinois last summer.



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Whichester1

02-18-2013 16:47:13
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
There was either a R or 80 (can't remember which) recently in one of the magazines with an Allison aviation V-12 engine.



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gtx1967jewison

02-18-2013 18:01:34
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Whichester1, 02-18-2013 16:47:13  
Its an R. Watch it alot. Bone stock R tranny/rearend takes 1800 hp :-) Don Dufner from up here in the ND tundra. He still farms with 2 cylinders & has hundreds of them.



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Tim S

02-18-2013 19:25:01
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to gtx1967jewison, 02-18-2013 18:01:34  
I just watched the video of the Louisville pull,,I guarantee that is "not" an R under the hood....



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gtx1967jewison

02-19-2013 05:58:55
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 19:25:01  
I dont believe the allison- powered R has ever left Minnesota /ND. It has an 1800hp allison v-12 fighter engine in it. As in 1930's-40's. But the entire trans/rearend are bone stock jd R. Even the first reduction gears. The engine sits sideways & powers the gear through a homemade gearbox ran off the automotive style clutch on the engine. Im sure that 830 has some other engine as well. Maybe an inline 6 as long as that hood looks.

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Tim S

02-19-2013 06:10:38
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to gtx1967jewison, 02-19-2013 05:58:55  
I remember seeing an 830 with a V8 Cat in it , very nicely done..I think it was in the Green Magazine a couple years ago.



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gtx1967jewison

02-19-2013 19:35:47
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-19-2013 06:10:38  
Also have seen that one in person! Super nice job.



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Mark-Ia

02-18-2013 16:02:49
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
It belongs to Lance Little. Pulls 10,000lbs Pro Stock. search for him on Google or You Tube.



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John 37A

02-18-2013 15:01:47
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

There was a thread about it one the tractor pulling forum a while back, but I can't seem to find it...



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jd50A

02-18-2013 14:28:37
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
Bet thats not a 2-cyl anymore!!!



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Whichester1

02-18-2013 11:35:54
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Tim S, 02-18-2013 11:11:54  
Looks really nice, bet he has a lot of time and $ in it.



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jturbo10

02-19-2013 08:23:16
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 Re: 830 sheet metal on a pulling tractor in reply to Whichester1, 02-18-2013 11:35:54  

Watched it pull last night on Youtube and it looked like a full pull and 1st place. Not only does it look great it is also a real beast. It was very obvious that they can create plenty of power and have it balanced properly for that track. That paint scheme with the two cylinder sheet metal was also very clever and original. Nice job.



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