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Re: Oliver 88 Gk 195 320ci Waukesha engine questions

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09-16-2013 15:33:57
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Casey is a little different then anyplace else. You can run it except there farm stock which SUPOSDED to be complete stock include motor drawbar no hang on weights 16in drawbar. If you want to go anywhere else they wont have a class for you. So change your motor fix it up to go pull and have fun no matter where you go except NATPA. Most every thing around here is basic USAP rules with some speed limit rules that are different. Hope this helps if it don't call 618 664 2732 and ask for Leroy and I will try and help.

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 Re: Oliver 88 Gk 195 320ci Waukesha engine questions in reply to LCB, 09-16-2013 15:33:57  
LCB is right. No body checks your engine. You can just go 4 mph anyway. Some places 3 mph. I have pulled against Olivers with 292 Chevys in them. Why make it expensive to be competitive. Vic



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