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Re: 1950 Farmall H prep for pulling thread

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07-23-2013 05:51:26

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Hi pretend farmer. I saw in an earlier post that you are in North central CT. Consider coming north to some pulls. We have one Sat in North Haverhill NH and one Sunday in Eliot Maine. Eliot is five miles from NH seacoast. Next Wednesday Cheshire Fair just outside of Keene NH. Then Bolton Fair in Lancaster MA and Hopkinton Fair just outside of Concord NH, Then New Boston just outside of Manchester NH. We also have two later on in Haverhill MA. Most guys around here like high gears and pull lighter weight classes. H's usually pull 3500 to 4500.

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07-23-2013 06:52:42

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 Re: 1950 Farmall H prep for pulling thread in reply to showcrop, 07-23-2013 05:51:26  
I would love to come but right now I am borrowing a fellow pullers weights to pull with mine. He is 70 and doesnt want to lift the weights. So I get to use his, if I load them on his tractor after. He pulls in the upper classes, 9000# and up so it works out well. On saturday the 10th there is a pull just east of Keene, NH in Dublin. Power of the red show. I am planning on going to that as I will be in there area. I can do that pull because from what I'm told its just for fun and I wont need much weight.
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 Re: 1950 Farmall H prep for pulling thread in reply to PretendFarmer, 07-23-2013 06:52:42  

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