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Re: 560 pulling?

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Kelly N

05-19-2013 07:55:08

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It should do just fine in the 5500# class BUt you may need to go to a smaller tire to fit in the class unless the club you pull in allows the 18" tires in slow speed classes. I would suggest an adjustable hitch of pulling location.

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05-19-2013 10:42:38

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 Re: 560 pulling? in reply to Kelly N, 05-19-2013 07:55:08  
me and my buddy are gonna make a adjustable hitch , and once i get tires on ill clock my speeds, i think the slowest speed limit we have around here is 3mph. do you think 1st gear t/a pulled would still be to fast. im gonna leave it at stock rpm.
thanks for the info apperciate it.

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baldwin racing

05-20-2013 04:25:07

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 Re: 560 pulling? in reply to pullinforfun, 05-19-2013 10:42:38  
560 will pull in 5,500 lbs class my brother placed 7th with a stock motor the big pull in pa....couple months ago... have to strip them pretty good he made 5500 with 18.4 38 and stock front end....pulled hydroilics made light weight seat and did some other simple stuff and made it fine and pulls good.

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