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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

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Michael bay

10-14-2013 09:30:09

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A 15.5-38 on a 16" rim will beat a 14.9-38 on a 14" rims 90% of the time on any track

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10-14-2013 13:04:11

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 Re: pulling tires in reply to Michael bay, 10-14-2013 09:30:09  
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Yeah right, I watched narrow tires beat wide on a soft track all day both days this last weekend. Wide tire sit and spin on the soft dirt on top while the narrow ones dig in and grip. Mikey, come back after you have been to a couple of pulls.

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Michael Bay

10-14-2013 13:24:23

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 Re: pulling tires in reply to showcrop, 10-14-2013 13:04:11  
Ive been pulling for 15 years now ive been to many pulls. ive pulled on all kinds of tracks wet, soft, sand ,clay and you can win with 15.5-38"s on anyone. idk where your pulling but all you have to do is put weigh on the back and out pull them by 50 feet. done and seen it happen all the time.

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10-14-2013 17:35:40

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 Re: pulling tires in reply to Michael Bay, 10-14-2013 13:24:23  
I cant weight to get my 14.9-38 field and roads on 12" rims back from the tire cutter so I can take these no good 15.5 firestones off ! Never could make 15.5's work as well.

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Michael Bay

10-14-2013 13:26:15

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 Re: pulling tires in reply to Michael Bay, 10-14-2013 13:24:23  
don't forget to let some air out of your tires too ;)

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