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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Lincoln Pull

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mo mm puller

03-29-2009 20:36:22
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IT went well except for the 4500 div 4 when Bremer"s 88 beat Kalisek"s M and Kluesner"s 88 when he was clearly several feet behind?




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sled man

03-31-2009 21:15:16
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 Re: Lincoln Pull in reply to mo mm puller, 03-29-2009 20:36:22  
The sled doesn,t all ways stop in the same place.Thats why we measure.2 -4 feet easy be off.



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gpuller

03-31-2009 06:41:44
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 Re: Lincoln Pull in reply to mo mm puller, 03-29-2009 20:36:22  

dboll said: little red pos dog piler up to 5000, Clay Drenths Hot Foot 5500 and heavier[/quote:b9719ed120]

We ended up pulling the Little Red Sled in 8500 & 9500 Div 2.

[quote:b9719ed120]Not that it matters but where is that sled based out of? Is Clay the one that owns it?


Clay Drenth from Alta IA owns the Hotfoot sled.

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dboll

03-30-2009 06:21:35
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 Re: Lincoln Pull in reply to mo mm puller, 03-29-2009 20:36:22  
I talked to Norbert after that, the sled operator had the distances written down and the natpa officials made their official decision. Norbert was not happy getting the win when others were questioning the outcome, he would just as soon have won it (or lost it) with no controversy involved. I for one will go to bat for Norbert for I have known him for a quite awhile and he has never done me wrong and I know he was troubled with the outcome, however he did not make the ruling.

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rto

03-30-2009 14:58:06
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 Re: Lincoln Pull in reply to dboll, 03-30-2009 06:21:35  
Did they use the sled Hot Foot II?



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dboll

03-30-2009 18:55:13
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 Re: Lincoln Pull in reply to rto, 03-30-2009 14:58:06  
little red pos dog piler up to 5000, Clay Drenths Hot Foot 5500 and heavier



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rto

03-30-2009 19:05:16
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 Re: Lincoln Pull in reply to dboll, 03-30-2009 18:55:13  
Not that it matters but where is that sled based out of? Is Clay the one that owns it?



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masseyman

03-31-2009 16:26:03
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 Re: Lincoln Pull in reply to rto, 03-30-2009 19:05:16  
The sled in question is Delmar Rathies Little Red sled .This was not the only class that got messed up .I seen the Michigan H horn out and he got to rehook in the 3500 Div III class ,what was up with that?



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