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Re: Sigourney IA

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12-20-2012 11:30:50

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Oh please dont think im knocking anyone! Thats not the point it sounds like a much better event with higher turnout than anything from lose to here. I just was wondering why clubs have a class called ' open' & then its not. It seems there are other classes for limited stuff & im just wondering if you build a full out machine & cant go in open class yhen how/where can you compete with it? I dont wanna spend 10k on a tractor i cant pull? Sorry for the confusion & thanks for any input

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12-20-2012 19:50:30

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 Re: Sigourney IA in reply to gtx1967jewison, 12-20-2012 11:30:50  
there's limited shut down area at the end of the track in case something bad happened so anything goes might not be a good idea there, it is a fun pull to attend whether a person pulls or not if one is able to

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12-20-2012 17:26:46

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 Re: Sigourney IA in reply to gtx1967jewison, 12-20-2012 11:30:50  
Open in SE iowa is pretty much run whatever speed you want and not "run what you brung" type rules. Some of the "open" tractors that meets the pulls rule go scary fast in that building anyway let alone anything that would go faster. Just my opinion and not trying to speak for Jon.

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12-23-2012 04:27:06

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 Re: Sigourney IA in reply to F20puller, 12-20-2012 17:26:46  
Lets turn the sled around and aim towards the open door

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