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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Re: 1960 Farmall 140 puller

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10-25-2013 12:46:24
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Yes, you can put only so much time into it, and the cost of travel with fuel going so high is a big factor too. That is why five of us got together to be able to put on some local pulls. Three guys bought a sled together, another, along with his wife, put together all the sign-up and PA needs, and I built a drag and a track. Now we have four pulls within an hour for most of us, with good enough tracks and equipment to draw others in from much further away. There are usually 50 to 125 tractors, so the competition is still there to make them worthwhile meaningful pulls, and you know that you are getting measured against some strong competition.

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 Re: 1960 Farmall 140 puller in reply to showcrop, 10-25-2013 12:46:24  
Yea I hope to do a few more over nighters at other pulls. We dont "camp" at campgrounds. We do all our camping at tractor pulls or shows.
After doing it this way, I cant see doing it any other way.



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