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Re: Big Bad 820 from MN.

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12-01-2013 09:46:45

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Last I saw of it was two yrs ago in Lyle. Saw him pull a JD 70 last yr a few times and he also was pulling a Ford gas in the pickup classes this summer. Not sure why he didn't pull the 820 this yr? Pretty tough competition in the sportsman classes in that area.

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12-01-2013 18:24:42

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 Re: Big Bad 820 from MN. in reply to johns, 12-01-2013 09:46:45  
I was just wondering if it still ran as good as it used to? I have not seen it in person since it left Illinois. Wasn't a 20 series then.

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12-01-2013 20:57:22

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 Re: Big Bad 820 from MN. in reply to 720 puller, 12-01-2013 18:24:42  
Yeah I would say it still sounded like it was 900+
cubic inch. Did it pull Div II Natpa? The last I saw it was pulling sportsman classes against some tough Olivers and Farmalls, usually placed middle of the pack.

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12-02-2013 02:50:31

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 Re: Big Bad 820 from MN. in reply to johns, 12-01-2013 20:57:22  
900+ cubic inch is being modest. In our local club it pulled super farm (natpa div. 2)7500-8500 and modified stock (natpa div. 3)6500-8500. I beleive Mr. Van Buskirk pulled it in natpa div. 4, I know it had the power to do it.

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12-02-2013 05:42:56

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 Re: Big Bad 820 from MN. in reply to 720 puller, 12-02-2013 02:50:31  
Did Gary build the engine or someone back in IL? I knew it was at least 900 but didn't realize it was on the high side of that.

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12-02-2013 15:33:46

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 Re: Big Bad 820 from MN. in reply to johns, 12-02-2013 05:42:56  
Built in Illinois and its little brother was bigger than 900.

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12-03-2013 04:50:07

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 Re: Big Bad 820 from MN. in reply to 720 puller, 12-02-2013 15:33:46  
Pulled against Gary in Hastings a couple of years ago, impressive. Saw him in Columbia but he didn't have his tractor. The other one was owned by the Kapraun family out of Metamora Illinois. Equally impressive.

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