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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Re: Llight Tractors Pulling Heavy

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VicS

07-23-2013 17:24:12
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Those AC guys might be pulling your leg, about how big they are. :-) Vic




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jd plowboy

07-24-2013 19:16:45
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 Re: Llight Tractors Pulling Heavy in reply to VicS, 07-23-2013 17:24:12  
some of them might br but mine is 260 cubes and the secret to it is a diesel rearend with the slower gear ratio. thats what keeps the power in the engine.i have 15.5x38 full cuts on it now and have had 16.9x38s and 18.4x38s on it and spend out



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myallis

07-23-2013 19:53:16
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 Re: Llight Tractors Pulling Heavy in reply to VicS, 07-23-2013 17:24:12  
Don"t be scared of competion. Them little lawn mower allis are not supposed to do good there anyways right... We have just got lucky... I say if you can scale it you can pull it just like D2T nationals. That is a class that was over due. Them small ci allises that bay talks about are in the money side of things that do not break our banks to compete with the 421s and alike in other models that get light

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Mike Bay

07-23-2013 20:03:38
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 Re: Llight Tractors Pulling Heavy in reply to myallis, 07-23-2013 19:53:16  
You can build them relatively cheap and compete with big ci tractors. That's the nice thing about the little old ac's



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Mike Bay

07-23-2013 18:55:59
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 Re: Llight Tractors Pulling Heavy in reply to VicS, 07-23-2013 17:24:12  
Most everyone around the Michigan ohio area have small ci AC :-) and they all do very well. Our little one is 240 and our big one is over 400.



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