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Re: Oliver 88 Gk 195 320ci Waukesha engine questions

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09-18-2013 10:32:38

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Not that anyone cares but my thought is in the stock classes you should at least have a stock block, but I also feel natpa has done a pretty fair job of setting there rules. Around here stock means pretty much stock. D17 in a wc, 450 in an M, classic or improved class would be ok. A twelve port set up or a 195gk would be legal in the open classes, but a 195 in a 77 wouldent fly nor would a red diamond in 460, they aren't even the same lenth.If you want to push the rules that far why not put a 585 in a u Moline, or a 426 hemi in a wards? It comes down to this, What is antique tractor pulling?? By the way, I pull an Oliver!

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09-18-2013 10:56:51

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 Re: Oliver 88 Gk 195 320ci Waukesha engine questions in reply to M.Genrich, 09-18-2013 10:32:38  
I've seen many of 310 gassers in 77,770s in NATPA. Even in the 2TC, rules must not be to strict. If the only thing they check is a plug wire out the side shield.

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don't happen, sorry

09-18-2013 11:14:08

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 Re: Oliver 88 Gk 195 320ci Waukesha engine questions in reply to smokeshow, 09-18-2013 10:56:51  
come to an NATPA pull and point out when you see a 310 gas in a 77/770 that made it thru tech and is pulling. natpa pullers would catch it themselves also...don't hate---appreciate.

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09-18-2013 13:45:03

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 Re: Oliver 88 Gk 195 320ci Waukesha engine questions in reply to don't happen, sorry, 09-18-2013 11:14:08  
I dont pull with NATPA and have nothing agaist them but I do go and watch when they come to town. I'm not going to rat anyone out because I could care less what they run for an engine.

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09-18-2013 15:22:15

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 Re: Oliver 88 Gk 195 320ci Waukesha engine questions in reply to smokeshow, 09-18-2013 13:45:03  
I suspect you are thinking of the USAP tractors (given your location in southern Indiana). These are legitimate swaps for USAP tractors, not NATPA tractors.

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