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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

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BG Angell

09-14-2012 21:18:08

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What is a percentage pull and how does that work?

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Super Trucker

09-15-2012 06:09:56

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 Re: Percentage pull ? in reply to BG Angell, 09-14-2012 21:18:08  
Depends on if your pulling dead weight or transfer sled. Dead weight is you weight the tractor then you start the pull when the weight on the boat reaches the weight of your tractor. Example if your tractor weighed 4000lbs you start at 4000 on the boat and usually they add 500lbs at a time until you can't pull it anymore. We allow 2 attempts and the pull also. 1948 mm has the explanation of the transfer sled.

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1948 mm

09-14-2012 21:30:57

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 Re: Percentage pull ? in reply to BG Angell, 09-14-2012 21:18:08  
They take your weight divided by distance. Heavier you are the farther you need to pull.

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09-15-2012 18:24:08

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 Re: Percentage pull ? in reply to 1948 mm, 09-14-2012 21:30:57  
the wt of the transfer sled PAN--when pull stops divided by pullers wt. Sled owners can calibrate their sled as follows---------windup wtbox,park sled-pan on scales weigh ------------unwind wtbox 1 ft re-weigh---------------------unwind wtbox 1 ft re-weigh---------------------unwind wtbox 1 ft reweigh------------------------fine tune increments of weight,NOW your SLED is calibrated for PERCENTAGE and DISTANCE.

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