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Re: Bone stock class - a good idea? Club considering over USAP.

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02-05-2013 11:15:31

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Original Drawbar ht and Length sound great... I would much rather see them "as built", pulling..

Brings it back "Home", I think..

You can go anywhere and see "Smokers"...


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02-05-2013 12:49:27

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 Re: Bone stock class - a good idea? Club considering over USAP. in reply to BushogPapa, 02-05-2013 11:15:31  
"As built" would be a great place for newbies to start. Problem is that nobody wants to stay there for long. Most people get "the itch" after a year or maybe two. Next thing you know, its M&W kits, hitches, and tires. A couple more years, its strokers and race fuel.

Tractors evolve. Drivers evolve. Competition evolves. Its just part of any motorsport. People naturally want to improve themselves and by extension, their rides.

Its hard to get new people started without a bone stock class, but its hard to have a bone stock class because nobody wants to stay there.

Catch 22, so to speak.

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02-06-2013 12:11:02

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 Re: Bone stock class - a good idea? Club considering over USAP. in reply to north puller, 02-05-2013 12:49:27  
What happened to the "Farm boy", who wants to go and have some good fun with what he uses every day..He don't care if he wins, he just wants to BE part of it.. If I take my stock JD "B" and pull in 1st I really expect to win..?? Ya never know though..I may get Lucky..!!


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02-07-2013 21:38:13

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 Re: Bone stock class - a good idea? Club considering over U in reply to BushogPapa, 02-06-2013 12:11:02  
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I agree. Me and my "A" are still hoping for something better than last place but its still fun just to hear the ol' girl lug. :D
The local club requires a pto. Tractors aren't checked on a regular basis but anyone can call your tractor to the dyno at any time. Antiques are allowed 1 horsepower for every 100 pounds of tractor.

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02-08-2013 12:49:23

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 Re: Bone stock class - a good idea? Club considering over U in reply to clampdaddy, 02-07-2013 21:38:13  
Sounds like a workable set of rules..


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