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Re: voting out the light classes

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12-27-2012 08:13:07

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Here in Ohio the club that I belong to has no weight classes, just plow size classes. The Farmal C and John Deere B prior to 1947 are 1 plow size, the Farmall H and late gas Deere B are 2 plow size and the Farmall M and Deere A gas are 3 plow size and larger are 4 plow size with a cutoff at 1955, 1956 would have to pull exibition. Now they are strictly factory stock. The Biggest class is the 3 plow at usually about mid 30's in number followed by the 2 plow at around 30, then the 1 plow and at times we do not have enough in the 4 plow to give 3 trophys. I have been on the lineup crew for the last around 10 years. Was strictly out of field supposedly when I got started, just kept getting more modifieds slipping in till I told them either it gets back like it was supposed to be or I am out of here. Well they decided they wanted me acordingly so the club rewrote the rules and they are now more orignall factory than when I got in. We dropped a few tractors but they were all the ones that was trying to slip modifieds in so no big loss. Got rid of the chicken scratch welded hitches. Always a croud watching the pull.

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12-29-2012 07:23:24

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 Re: voting out the light classes in reply to Leroy, 12-27-2012 08:13:07  
There is no farmall C's prior to 1947...48

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01-02-2013 10:15:46

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 Re: voting out the light classes in reply to Tempola, 12-29-2012 07:23:24  
I did not mention a year for the Farmall C and only said it compaired in size to the John Deere B that was built before early 47 and not the B that was built in late 47 up and they are both in the same 1939 to 1955 year period for that class.

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