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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Re: what is stock? for the rich or the poor?

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10-23-2012 13:21:40

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Yes 585 you are an S.O.B.. LOL! The stock class is got to be one of the hardest and most pain in the a"" classes to deal with. What is a real stock tractor? I really wish we could have a for real STOCK out of the factory class. Are M&W kits allowed, are later blocks and heads allowed, bigger tires then factory allowed. If you put a complete M&W kit in a stock M and then add a 450 lp head-you have a healthy tractor.Is this stock? Is it factory or replacement parts? And yes-I'm sick and tired of people that can't hang anymore in a DIV 3 or 4 class and drop down to a like DIV 1 or 2 class with the same tractor that pulled in DIV 3 and 4. This class was made for people on a budget,for kids, FFA and 4-H projects, a parade tractor or just the tractor that belonged to grandpa that we got going and want to start tractor pulling with. We all have to start somewhere. Let this people have some fun and leave them alone. We must try to get new blood and the young involved or the sport will die. Instead you have the same old three tractors in a class with all three tractors cheating and bitching for a $10.00 trophy. "I've always wanted to pull stock class but, I don't have enough power so I pull the open classes".I've heard this time and time again. And to you guys and girls just starting- do not let people get you down at the track or on this forum. There is never a dumb questions just alot of dumb answers. Pull where you belong!

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10-24-2012 07:37:47

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 Re: what is stock? for the rich or the poor? in reply to Bigmotors, 10-23-2012 13:21:40  
Did you finally get rid of your Chinese M with the Studebaker motor?

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10-24-2012 13:25:02

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 Re: what is stock? for the rich or the poor? in reply to Captainhookerus, 10-24-2012 07:37:47  
Oh God no! I might take it to Tunica.

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