Yes Bryan this would limit the models, but so does 360cid. the class you mention is already in place. What I have in mind is a whole new class,the tractors in this catagory probly will make 150 hp + or -. Most of them turned 2500 to 2800 rpm. They came on 28" or 30"wheels.
Re: Lite Pro Farm in reply to CHUCK S., 03-07-2013 16:51:11
I see where you're getting at here, there's a bunch of tractors not pulled now that fit close to that CID. I still think the CID would work a little better closer to 300 than 250 and I admit it's because I bleed blue and would want a 7000 Ford in a class like that. Good thoughts Chuck, appreciate your thinking!
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