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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Re: HP NEEDED

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Dave Thompson jr

12-16-2012 13:09:47
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If you pull the light classes not much go 6500 up to 7500 I would say 150 hp plus and it will cost some dollars.




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Cliff S

12-16-2012 15:48:32
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 Re: HP NEEDED in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 12-16-2012 13:09:47  
Anyone who can win at wauseon Has Enough HP for almost anywhere!

What do you think Dave?

I agree you always can use More at tough tracks!

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mEl

12-16-2012 13:25:46
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 Re: HP NEEDED in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 12-16-2012 13:09:47  
I'm agree'n with Dave, On tough tracks u need all u can get.



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Dave Thompson jr

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 Re: HP NEEDED in reply to mEl, 12-16-2012 13:25:46  
If you go to the natpa pulls and watch the Farmalls Paul or Gary have built all of them are over 150 hp and the engines dont stall. I just dont understand why the Farmalls from Michigan wont go to the heavy classes. I know they have the power. Tom Isenhart is an exception he will pull any weight class.



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LarryM

12-16-2012 20:51:26
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 Re: HP NEEDED in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 12-16-2012 14:08:46  
Back Pain - How many weights can person throw on and off before a medical bill gets added to the cost going to the pull? :-)



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Josh Blackburn

12-16-2012 15:13:10
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 Re: HP NEEDED in reply to Dave Thompson jr, 12-16-2012 14:08:46  
That's because they are all light enough to start at 4500. 4500 4850 5000 5500 5850 6000 6500. Plus the pulling order is always screwed up with two sleds and they like to say drop all your weights And pull 5000 when you just added over 3000 to pull heavy. That's why a lot of them don't pull heavy. Power isn't the issue for m's. Just too many of them lol.



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