Very hard to run with 400+ cid B John Deere's with a VAC. Not enough room for much stroke in them. In my opinion a VAC needs to stay in the 2750 or 3000# class. The VAC you are talking about I know well and it does good at that weight. The trouble with a VAC also is weight, you have to get pretty aggressive on stripping to get a VAC light. Also the gearing is pretty fast when going to 38" tires and keeping the speed down. I am from Missouri and it is the show me state and I would have to see for my self a VAC with a stock block be competitive in 4000# class. NATPA won't allow a 201 in a VAC. That would make one get up with the leaders.
Re: Case VAC pullers in reply to eldo case, 02-15-2013 08:55:06
I Been to most of the NATPA PULLS this year and lead the points most of the year in 3250 and 3500 Div 3 with my Farmall Super C and I know my VAC Would be in trouble compaired to the JD Bs that I pull agents with my Super C with out a lot of $ spent on it!
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