Topic: Re: Track Length
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Track length has been an ongoing arguement at this club, every year we talk about setting the sleds to shoot for a 200/225 foot pull, and then we let the sled stretch out again. It makes no sense for every one to pull 300 feet when the first 100 is putting no load on the tractor. I would also like to see a graduated weight change from light classes to heavy classes, 500 lbs is about right for a 3500 lbs tractor, but is too small an increment for a 8000 lbs tractor. But getting anyone to agree to changes is damn near impossible, so I will show up to pull when it suits me, help when it suits me, and go home when it suits me.
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