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12-31-2012 13:03:02

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That's a Great looking tractor, i like those 16.9x24's. I take it thats not stock to be able to turn those tires? I have one that has 12.4x24's, haven"t really pulled it much. I thought about putting on 14.9x24's. wasn't sure if I power enough. sometimes we have a speed limit. It's not a 153.I thought it mite pull better by narrowing it up like a Farmall A, sure would be easier to load. We start at 2650 most of the time. What do ya think about narrowing it up? Thanks.......

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12-31-2012 14:49:42

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 Re: ??? For Farmallstrong in reply to showdown, 12-31-2012 13:03:02  
We have a hybrid SA with a BN front end, we take two or three tractors, so works well on trailer, and it pulls pretty well... Mike

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12-31-2012 13:54:59

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 Re: ??? For Farmallstrong in reply to showdown, 12-31-2012 13:03:02  
Iwould not narrow it. We have back, middle,& front weight brackets. How we balance it is, what ever the driver weights goes on the back left bracket. Then we go from there, at that point the tractor is balanced. We like it wide so we aren't running in other peoples ruts. If you are running a basic stock motor I wouldn't go to a bigger tire. I would rather spin out than run out of power. Where do you pull? What classes do you pull?

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Cliff S

12-31-2012 14:25:35

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 Re: ??? For Farmallstrong in reply to farmallstrong, 12-31-2012 13:54:59  
I agree with Farmallstrong keep it the way it is!

I pull my BN from 2500 to 4000 sometimes 4250 in jackpot classes like i did at the Mid Alantic Super Pull last year!

I finished 6th out of 19 tractors in 4250 and won 3000 and 3500 there so i think they pull good the way they are!

Just work on Balance and you will be Fine!

Cliff S

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