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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Re: The first 1st place this year

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PretendFarmer

08-29-2013 04:16:40
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Low gear? I would enjoy a pullout against you with my low geared H. I win or place well in 6500# class.




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North East Ind.

09-02-2013 11:15:34
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 Re: The first 1st place this year in reply to PretendFarmer, 08-29-2013 04:16:40  
No disrespect but pulling with that long of a chain is a lot different than pulling on the chains most weight transfers have which tends to be around 42". A whole ton on down force involved in the short chain. When we pull out of the field tractors here, they long chain them. That way it takes a lot less weight on the sled to stop them. If you were pulling here , once again no disrespect to your win, if you were to pull your H here in the 6500# class on a sticky clay track, and were able to run it until it spun out, you probably would be back 10-15" from the winner.

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Mopower

08-29-2013 04:38:14
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 Re: The first 1st place this year in reply to PretendFarmer, 08-29-2013 04:16:40  
Yeah I've seen some early H tractors with that gear. Not much can stop them as long as they have a bite.



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PretendFarmer

08-29-2013 04:50:19
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 Re: The first 1st place this year in reply to Mopower, 08-29-2013 04:38:14  
Mine is a Farmall H, 1950. Good road worn firestones. Congrats on the win by the way..
This post was edited by PretendFarmer at 04:52:19 08/29/13 2 times.



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larryanderson

08-30-2013 04:38:11
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 Re: The first 1st place this year in reply to PretendFarmer, 08-29-2013 04:50:19  
The picture of H shows a cub in background wondering if it might have extra motor.Antique pulling is for fun,but winning is priceless to some people.Money changes a lot of things that start out fun.Look at NASCAR started out driving cars to track now it takes $22 million to run a average team.



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PretendFarmer

08-30-2013 11:34:44
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 Re: The first 1st place this year in reply to larryanderson, 08-30-2013 04:38:11  
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If your wondering about the little tractor to the right on my picture, it is mainly stock just a whole ton of weights on it. It isnt mine.



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ok-enough

08-29-2013 22:08:42
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 Re: The first 1st place this year in reply to PretendFarmer, 08-29-2013 04:50:19  
Surely by now everyone in the world knows you have an H with a low gear, pretend puller. ENOUGH ALREADY !!!



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M.Genrich

08-29-2013 17:33:29
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 Re: The first 1st place this year in reply to PretendFarmer, 08-29-2013 04:50:19  
Ive never seen anything like this. The chain must be ten feet long, no front end weight, and an H pulling heavy. A stock H in my area wouldent get the chain tight.



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39 A

08-29-2013 17:48:19
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 Re: The first 1st place this year in reply to M.Genrich, 08-29-2013 17:33:29  
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You can typically tell how much the track bites by the placement of the weights.



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Mopower

08-30-2013 00:19:44
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 Re: The first 1st place this year in reply to 39 A, 08-29-2013 17:48:19  
I think I had 540# on the nose and could have used another 100# up there. 1200# total hanging on the tractor (not shown in photo).



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