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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Re: puller project #2

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03-27-2013 13:05:26

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That darn 39 seat bracket is worth what the tractor is! So is the mw reduction starter Lol. Love the old dusty m"s. Got a few myself :) I have spare m blocks if u need one. Located I"n mich

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03-27-2013 13:23:27

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 Re: puller project #2 in reply to Unstylish, 03-27-2013 13:05:26  
this old girl is another 39 sn 5998, she has won me more money and trophies then the other tractors have combined. my, wife, daughter, family and dog are the only things I cherish more than her. I have not kept her up as well as should have over the many years. when I first put her together i was only 16 years old. but now that i am older i remember all the fun times i had pulling and want to do it again. i would have fixed her in 1993 when the engine went down, but at that time everyone was spending 10's thousands just to win a trophy. i could not justify that. with classes now limited to MPH and not about the biggest gear you can run it makes the playing field more even.

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03-27-2013 19:21:57

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 Re: puller project #2 in reply to ANDY E, 03-27-2013 13:23:27  
Thats really cool to still some old and ORIGINAL configurations still pulling

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