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Re: High Dollar M for sale?

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Josh Blackburn

03-01-2013 03:43:17
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If your referencing Benjamin's M, I've seen some pretty stupid posts on here but this one takes the cake. Congrats. Yeah it's a lot. Yes it is a trophy winner. Yes it one more jackpots than any other tractor out there. Go ahead build one just like it and see how much you have in it. To also come on here and say he cheats using a floating hitch is absolutely ridiculous and cowardly. I've pulled against jim and his family since the first day I started pullin. I've heard every excuse from people about how he cheats. Hell I've heard stories of people saying before he pulls on scales he will put a rock under them to be able have more weight. Lmao. People will do and say anything. People like you are exactly why one of the best tractor pulling families out there are selling there equipment Let's bash someone for being a fantastic puller. Grow up

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Jim Johnson

03-02-2013 06:37:27
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Josh Blackburn, 03-01-2013 03:43:17  
Exactly Josh, I didn"t know Jim was selling but if this is the reason I"m really sorry for that. Jim is a great guy and it goes without saying better than this guy will ever be. It"s too bad when this kind of thing goes on. If you can"t stand to get beat then find another hobby, with me if I win I want to win against the best competition out there and that is what Jim is but along with that a great guy to talk to and have fun with. I"ll never understand people like Farmall Forever and I thank God for that.

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Mopower

03-01-2013 07:12:43
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Josh Blackburn, 03-01-2013 03:43:17  
SIDENOTE:

Josh,

CAFPC has added 3250,4000,5000, & 6000# weights to it's 4&5mph class roster. There may also be a new 3mph 15.5 TC class using the same rules as 4&5mph (old 3mph remains relatively unchanged). Details of the 3mph class split will be discussed, debated, and voted on at the next CAFPC meeting. I'm hoping the 3TC idea will generate great interest with a little promotion (and maybe even coax my angry friend Brad Turner and his Dark Horse 88 to join us again). On March 30th, we'll know how this idea plays out with the membership.

Ethan

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north puller

03-01-2013 06:43:08
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Josh Blackburn, 03-01-2013 03:43:17  
This is a problem that exists everywhere in the sport of antique tractor pulling. It has just surfaced regarding one of the best pullers and one of the best tractors. Someone will always feel that they should automatically be the winner by default, and if anybody ever was to beat them, well then it begins. Anybody with a working ear will get to hear all the cr@p about cheating,hitches, rpm's, weight, weather or not it belongs in that division, etc.

I too have seen a good long time tractor puller sell out and quit because a cry baby wouldn't just shut up and quit complaining about his tractor.

The cry babies need to either get off their wallet, or pick up the wrenches. Winning a pull because you cried to the point that the better tractors stayed home isn't a victory in anyone's mind but your own.

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Andrew curry

03-01-2013 05:33:11
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Josh Blackburn, 03-01-2013 03:43:17  
You beat me to it josh, word for word. It's statistically got to be the most dominant tractor at least since I've been pulling. I guarantee, to the original poster, you probably couldn't do better. Jims a very talented detail oriented guy and a heck of a guy, also.



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Gary Baker

03-01-2013 04:34:53
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Josh Blackburn, 03-01-2013 03:43:17  
Josh you took the words right out of my mouth. This is exactly why Jim is selling out. Crybabies that are clueless.



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CPR

03-02-2013 09:08:57
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Gary Baker, 03-01-2013 04:34:53  
Don"t know who "farmall forever" is, but I do know Jim. Honest, hard working competitor and I"m proud to think of him as a friend.

Whomever gets the tractor will have the best there is, but only 50% of the combo. The guy in the seat had a lot to do with it.



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colekicker

03-01-2013 06:07:09
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Gary Baker, 03-01-2013 04:34:53  
A lot of work and care has gone into that tractor. No floating hitch on that machine.

I have seen it in Tunica and it is everything Jim says it is.

There's a Pat Green song, "If I had a million" ........ I don't.



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Kelly N

03-01-2013 04:07:11
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Josh Blackburn, 03-01-2013 03:43:17  
Hurrah! I agree completely!



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Keith Edens

03-01-2013 15:30:28
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Kelly N, 03-01-2013 04:07:11  
I will add my 2 cents worth, Jim Benjamin is one of the best pullers I know. His tractor is an extremely good tractor, he has won numerous times at tunica and I have never noticed his floating hitch. All I ever noticed was he had his $hit together. He and his family are the absolute nicest people I have ever known. Instead of calling him a cheater because he is successful I would suggest paying attention to him and you might learn something. I would agree with the previous post, start building a M that will compete with his and you might be surprised to discover what it would cost.

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Sweeper

03-02-2013 11:57:47
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Keith Edens, 03-01-2013 15:30:28  
If you buy that tractor, Jim needs to go with the deal because he knows how to set it, where to hang weights, how to cut tires, & air pressure.



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farmall forever

03-01-2013 17:52:55
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to Keith Edens, 03-01-2013 15:30:28  
wow! coming from keith Edens...that is quite a "defense"!! Like you are the most honest puller out there!!!



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Keith Edens

03-09-2013 18:37:42
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to farmall forever, 03-01-2013 17:52:55  
Well mr smarts$$ for your information I don't pull anymore. Post under your real name so I will know who you are.



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baldwin racing

03-01-2013 18:23:20
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 Re: High Dollar M for sale? in reply to farmall forever, 03-01-2013 17:52:55  
I do not know either party here, but after seeing these post i can say this...by the sound of this you can not take being beat, or are jelious of him in some sort of way.....Idk (I am not saying or acusing you of this in anyway), but sounds like a person who's cheeting and mad because you still got beat by a honest puller with smaller ci motor....or just jellous what someone will pay for a top notch pulling m.....idk

I am not here to start anything or bash you in anyway just how it looks in this post with your comments....I respect everyone good luck

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