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Re: KING OF HILL---THANKSGIVING PULL

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jeff garst

10-15-2013 10:24:06
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what are the rules for the KOH?




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Eric Bloom

10-16-2013 05:11:38
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 Re: KING OF HILL---THANKSGIVING PULL in reply to jeff garst, 10-15-2013 10:24:06  
same rules as for regular 3 mph classes. 15.5 top cuts, no aluminum wheels front or back, gas tank in origional location. no rotating of drop box rearends,
rules can be found here



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VicS

10-16-2013 19:31:46
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 Re: KING OF HILL---THANKSGIVING PULL in reply to Eric Bloom, 10-16-2013 05:11:38  
Eric, Have you read the rules? Actually rule No. 10 says No Radial tires, No steel wheels etc. They have been that way since 2007. Cam fixed the air-conditioner and CLEANED the mouse nest out of the air intake of the old Gleaner L2. It is a pleasure to drive now. Maybe it will hold together for another week or so. Then we can get back to more important things, like antique pulling tractors! See you guys soon, Vic

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Eric Bloom

10-17-2013 04:50:12
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 Re: KING OF HILL---THANKSGIVING PULL in reply to VicS, 10-16-2013 19:31:46  
yep read the rules yesterday, that's why I added the couple things that have always been sorta understood, but once in a while someone will try anyway. we need to get them in the rules page.
don't even mention the word combine I have had enough already, enhaled enough bean dust im sure I took a couple of years off of me.
see ya soon.
Eric



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VicS

10-15-2013 15:04:15
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 Re: KING OF HILL---THANKSGIVING PULL in reply to jeff garst, 10-15-2013 10:24:06  
Since it will leave us at a disadvantage, I bet they are going to let us pull with 18.4's :-) Vic



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Cliff S

10-15-2013 21:26:38
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 Re: KING OF HILL---THANKSGIVING PULL in reply to VicS, 10-15-2013 15:04:15  
Vic did you get the 435 back together yet?

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Bryant Garland

10-15-2013 19:51:19
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 Re: KING OF HILL---THANKSGIVING PULL in reply to VicS, 10-15-2013 15:04:15  
Vic you better get the little tires sharp..lol



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VicS

10-16-2013 19:15:51
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 Re: KING OF HILL---THANKSGIVING PULL in reply to Bryant Garland, 10-15-2013 19:51:19  
No I don't have it together yet. But have everything to put it together. I was going to borrow some good tires for the king of the hill at Princeton. If the good guys at USAP would let me get by with aluminum front wheels. Just for the King of the Hill, of course. Or I could just find some steel wheels.:-) Vic



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