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Re: RE: NATPA rule

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Dave Thompson jr.

03-27-2013 18:29:29

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Why would you complain about speed monitoring devises the speed limit is slow and you want to get as close as possible to it. I don't run one on my tractor and can pull with the NATPA. If you have a smooth running engine that isn't out of control you can just run the speed limit classes with out a monitor Good competition is want it is all about. why are you complaining about them.

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03-28-2013 06:17:24

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 Re: RE: NATPA rule in reply to Dave Thompson jr., 03-27-2013 18:29:29  
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I'm not complaining, its called an opinion. Anyone can pull with NATPA, most people winning are using speedometers because they are an advantage. Like I stated before they take away from the skill needed to pull and in my "opinion" I wish they were not allowed.

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Gary Baker

03-29-2013 01:43:38

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 Re: RE: NATPA rule in reply to Superih, 03-28-2013 06:17:24  
Is that why you use one? Should be personal preference. Too many rules spoil the club.

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03-28-2013 06:43:56

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 Re: RE: NATPA rule in reply to Superih, 03-28-2013 06:17:24  
I have operated our sled CAFPC for thousands of hooks over the years. You can see it first hand from there. Watching the speed on Ag-tronics. The guys with the devices are able to hold a speed a tenth or so under the limit. Without they are normally 2-4 tenths under being careful. Sled pulling has a lot do with how fast you can go at the end of the pull. Sometimes a couple of tenths can make the difference in a 6" victor or loss. These devices are for sale and anyone can own one. I personally don't care. I don't have one as I like the challenge of staying under without the use of one. But this is what I have seen from a sled operators view.

Thanks, Leroy Nurenberg

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