Topic: Re: Llight Tractors Pulling Heavy
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We have a rack across the entire back from wheel to wheel, a belly bar back under the brakes (casting with hole sticks out a bit), another belly bar out under the starter (bolt holes flush with casting), and a bar out front. We need to hang the "front" belly bar with mostly 150 pound wheel weights for it all to fit and weigh up to 9,000, but it's a lot easier than trying to put them on the wheels.
For the M, we have basically the same set of bars, plus we put about 10/side on the wheels. That's a pain though... and you really need to watch where you're driving!
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