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Re: Tractor rpms and safty

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Got the t-shirt

03-26-2013 16:58:02
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Guys anytime you take a piece of equipment and modify it in a way to double, triple or quadruple the horsepower you have weakened it dramatically from what it was originally designed to do. If you are turning your puller over 2500 rpm you need a steel flywheel. PERIOD!!! You can buy all of the transmission blankets you want from jegs and hook them together that you want, but they are not designed to stop a chunk of flywheel. Those SFI numbers aren't on there for no reason. If you have a high winder with a cast flywheel in it, you are playing with fire & people's lives.

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Cody

03-27-2013 09:19:19
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 Re: Tractor rpms and safty in reply to Got the t-shirt, 03-26-2013 16:58:02  
AMEN< AMEN< AMEN!!!!



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Robert Major

03-26-2013 18:53:57
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 Re: Tractor rpms and safty in reply to Got the t-shirt, 03-26-2013 16:58:02  
Hi yes this is exactly where Im coming from hopefully The NATPA has this and it"s members backs covered in the rules. You don"t have to convince me it"s a lot of the other guys. I wish I new how to post the full Video of the 1206 International blowing apart at the end of the track on you tube as it shows clearly what happens and how many parts flew!. I think there would be a few surprised people around and it would sort this issue once and for all with pull organisers and tractor owners!. if you or anybody else watches this clip, and know how to post it here in a topic. Can somebody do it or tell me how to do it my self please. I don"t mind if you say I said post it either I"m not out to make friends sticking up for guys that don"t want to be safe, Because they "cant afford it", and cause bad accidents or name for our sport. As is gonna happen when this stuff goes wrong. Thanks if you or somebody can help me with the video clip. Regards Robert

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oldtractorfun

03-27-2013 00:40:32
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 Re: Tractor rpms and safty in reply to Robert Major, 03-26-2013 18:53:57  
Hi Is this the video you mean?



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Robert Major

03-28-2013 21:34:43
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 Re: Tractor rpms and safty in reply to oldtractorfun, 03-27-2013 00:40:32  
Hi That's the one thanks for posting it up. How do you add the link. I would like to start this as A topic so more guys will see this, and then decide whats safe and whats not, instead of some hiding from what they don't want to believe can happen . I feel it needs wide coverage on the forum to help make our sport safe at some pulls.
Thanks again.
Regards Robert



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oldtractorfun

03-29-2013 14:37:21
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 Re: Tractor rpms and safty in reply to Robert Major, 03-28-2013 21:34:43  
Hi Your welcome. To post a link when you look just under this reply box that you type in you see "Optional Link URL". When looking at a webpage you see the address at the top of the page like http://www.yesterdaystractors.com , this is the URL. I just highlight this, copy it then paste it in "Optional Link URL". Then you can just type in a name for Link Title. This might be as clear as mud now but anymore questions ask away or send me an email and I can try to explain it better.

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