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

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Factory farmer, I own a few G's myself. The oldest being sn.1003 the latest being a 52. so if you want to talk G john deeres with me and what they had for heads and how they were equiped from the factory ill take you on a tour of my machine shed. So what your are saying is that its okay to run a 1/2 inch crankshaft in a wc allis in the stock class as long as nobody knows it, and you cant see it from the out side??? Even if the rules say stock?? Guess its okay to cheat then as long as you dont get caught?? Might as well try a blown hemi then.

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10-25-2012 17:01:18

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 Re: what is stock? for the rich or the poor? in reply to mm585, 10-24-2012 21:24:10  
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If you don't mind me asking where do you live? The SN 1003 rings a bell, I almost think I have visited you before. So did late gas Gs have flatheads or not? I only know what I have been told from other people and that information is not always correct.

Yes, that's pretty much how the stock class works around here. It's about the only thing I've ever known. Alot of backyard engineering goes on like that and in the end most people have fun.
Now how about this, if you have to keep the stock block and head then would the tractor still be considered stock if the face of the head (if it's not a flathead) and the back of the block were shaved off in your opinion?

I took a mostly 100% stock tractor to a pull one and will never ever do it again.

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