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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Re: Bald Bluff pullers

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superbee

01-05-2013 16:51:59
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We use to have a 3500lb class but we kept having fewer and fewer tractors in it. The lightest class was increased to 3750 so that there were more participants. Classes of one tractor are pretty boring. If you want the 3500 lb class whoever you are, bring it up at the meeting this spring and it can come back. Rusty Melhouse




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ShaggyM

01-05-2013 17:56:37
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 Re: Bald Bluff pullers in reply to superbee, 01-05-2013 16:51:59  
The group I run with mainly has Farmall C's and couple of B's and a Super A.
We don't have really any pulls around us other than a The Pontiac Threshermens and the Will County Threshermens reunions. We are looking for a place to play once in a while and have some fun!
3500lb in not a problem and I have pulled my Super C in 4000.
Drop me a Email. shaggy@mchsi.com Thanks!



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48farmall

01-05-2013 17:12:23
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 Re: Bald Bluff pullers in reply to superbee, 01-05-2013 16:51:59  
Hello Rusty, It was brought up two years ago at the meeting for the Hancock Pullers, at that time they switched from 3750 to 3500. It got to be the same tractors pulling in the 3750 and 4000 lb class, so it was pointless. The gentleman that pulls the DC Case was there (from the Bald Bluff club) and said that they would follow suit.

At the same time I don't get to see all the pulls but it seems like from what I've seen, that a 3500 lb class would benefit them. There were several Oliver 60's, Farmall C's, VAC Case's and such(at that time) that either had to pull light or put on 600-1000 lbs to meet the weight of the lowest class. It seems like the lighter classes are getting more popular in some places. Easier to store, easier to transport. I haven't been to very many pulls recently, has there been much interest shown in the Bald Bluff area?

We're thinking about going to Sigourney this year as spectators, will you or your dad be there?

Justin Henson

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superbee

01-06-2013 06:19:59
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 Re: Bald Bluff pullers in reply to 48farmall, 01-05-2013 17:12:23  
I am not sure when the spring meeting for Bald Bluff will be. I have not received a mailer yet, but we should discuss going back to a 3500lb class. I am all for throwing fewer weights as well. If it will get supported then by all means.

I am sure dad will be @ sigourney w/ the A, but I will be out of the country that week. This will be the second yr in a row I missed it. It is a great pull though. Rusty

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Travis M

01-06-2013 20:26:54
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 Re: Bald Bluff pullers in reply to superbee, 01-06-2013 06:19:59  
Rusty when you find out the date for the meeting could you let me know. I would like to attend.



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