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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with?

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johns

10-05-2013 08:56:13




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Hey guys I have a Super 99gm and a 1950gm both stock. Which would make a better puller, the 3-71 or 4-53? This would be in stock classes running 6mph, running 18.4x38s 8500#-10,500#.
The 99 will make 8500# easy, not so sure about the 1950gm.




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johns

10-06-2013 11:38:24




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to johns, 10-05-2013 08:56:13  
Is there any place that could do a custom cam grind on the 3-71? The horsepower definitely wont be stock by the time I"m done with it. Thanks again for the advice guys.



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VicS

10-06-2013 17:29:29




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to johns, 10-06-2013 11:38:24  
I can help you a little. 618 838 2225 Vic



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ray tellin

10-06-2013 06:16:45




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to johns, 10-05-2013 08:56:13  
Want to sell the super 99?



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778899m

10-06-2013 12:20:45




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to ray tellin, 10-06-2013 06:16:45  
leave number I have one with spare engines,parts and more.



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ray tellin

10-06-2013 15:54:57




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to 778899m, 10-06-2013 12:20:45  
319 404 5146 call anytime



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Gordey

10-06-2013 13:27:10




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to 778899m, 10-06-2013 12:20:45  
Where are you located?



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778899m

10-06-2013 14:14:08




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to Gordey, 10-06-2013 13:27:10  
upper midwest



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4010 puller

10-06-2013 05:49:20




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to johns, 10-05-2013 08:56:13  
I think if you wanted to strip 1950 you could get it pretty light. Fiberglass nose, 18.4-38 pressed steel rims/tires with dual hubs, remove rear hitch components and make a nice pulling hitch and weight brackets. You could even remove fuel tank and install a 5 gallon one somewhere. Is your 1950 a row crop? You could even put tricycle front end under it and remove rockshaft housing.



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VicS

10-05-2013 17:56:57




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to johns, 10-05-2013 08:56:13  
The 3-71 is easier to make bigger, BUT the hydro-shift in the 1950 makes it the one. Also the ones you see that run good are not stock! Vic



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showcrop

10-05-2013 15:58:03




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to johns, 10-05-2013 08:56:13  
[quote="johns"](reply to post at 08:56:13 10/05/13) [/quot

I don't know much about the GMs, but there has been a 1950 at two of our pulls that can't pull your hat off, and a super 99 GM that is competitive against tractors with way more power.



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778899m

10-05-2013 18:13:53




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to showcrop, 10-05-2013 15:58:03  
8500 is easy to make without the heavy draw bar. There are no tractors pulling that are "stock". I ran mine over 3500 rpm's and beat many 200hp tractors.



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gordey

10-05-2013 15:36:15




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 Re: Super 99gm or 1950gm, which should I pull with? in reply to johns, 10-05-2013 08:56:13  
The 1950 makes more power, if you haven't overhauled the 99 with n-series components and the 53 runs a lot higher stock rpms. I don't know why but I think the 99 is a lot more fun to drive so that would be my preference. You have to have pulled the hubs on the 99 to easily make 8500, it can be done otherwise though, I've never weighed a 1950, would be curious myself what they weigh, I have one here with 23.1-34's, now those are some heavy hubs!

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