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Re: Pull Back Tractor - some questions ????

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09-26-2013 06:26:12

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we use a pull back tractor to get ours back to the line. i do know that for ours if you want to get it back in anything but 1st gear you need a couple hundred horse, yeah sure you could do it in first but then all the pullers get jumpy cause its taking so long

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09-26-2013 18:04:56

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 Re: Pull Back Tractor - some questions ???? in reply to blue924.9, 09-26-2013 06:26:12  
How heavy is the sled? We use C-range with our 115 hp pullback. It would handle D-range but we're talking less than 350'. It pulls anything from 3500 lb antiques to 12,500 lb tractors at 25 mph.

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09-27-2013 05:39:42

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 Re: Pull Back Tractor - some questions ???? in reply to John 37A, 09-26-2013 18:04:56  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see well, we go sometimes to 3000 pounds all the way to 16,00 with the same sled, there are only one or two real big tractors that can get a full pull, and the only thing that can move it down the road is a big rig. i dont know exact weight, but for the smaller guys we have two wheels that we can adjust by cranking up or down on coil springs, when we crank down the wheels take some weight off so the small guys can get going without problem, than we take the pressure off the springs so the the wheels dont push down and take a little weight off the pan for the big guys, the pan is on the ground the entire time, the springs just help take off some weight without lifting the pan off the ground

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