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Re: Effingham Area pulls

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11-28-2012 14:40:01

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what you building ? Andy Bolsen knows a couple and Justin is friends with a walk boy that pulls a 4020 na

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Shawn W

11-28-2012 16:58:56

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 Re: Effingham Area pulls in reply to DC3puller, 11-28-2012 14:40:01  
Not building anything yet, just looking at options and researching rules to see where I could pull, if I was to buy/build something. Who was the guys that came to the Casey meetings last winter? They acted like they was incharge of those rules for the Effingham area. I have seen the rules for all those pulls down there, but they seem to kinda change a little from place to place and I was just wondering if there was an actual set of guidelines they go by. Dont wanna end up with something they wont let me pull. What do you think will happen to the classes at Casey?

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11-29-2012 11:45:50

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 Re: Effingham Area pulls in reply to Shawn W, 11-28-2012 16:58:56  
Shawn, If you were to build, you would obviously build something yellow right?

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Shawn W

11-29-2012 17:24:55

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 Re: Effingham Area pulls in reply to BrockC, 11-29-2012 11:45:50  
Yellow? I dont know, Might have to jump colors. Unless I could have a 12000 lbs "U".

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11-30-2012 05:20:38

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 Re: Effingham Area pulls in reply to Shawn W, 11-29-2012 17:24:55  
I figured you guys had an old g1000 or something like that that would make a good heavy puller. Most of those type classes have diesel only rules in them, but not all, seems like it depends on the group.

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11-28-2012 18:05:24

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 Re: Effingham Area pulls in reply to Shawn W, 11-28-2012 16:58:56  
Call 217 821 5482 Tim Kessler he can put you intouch with the right people. Andy

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