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Cliff S

12-13-2013 10:09:48

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Not shure what pull that your talking about but to my knowledge there was no one who was on a tech committee or pulling tires but had been altered on purpose that has not been moved to another class or disqualified after pulling that has been brought to our attention!

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12-13-2013 10:28:37

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 Re: Mr Peters in reply to Cliff S, 12-13-2013 10:09:48  
At Harrisburg several years ago. There was a allis wc or ed and a b farmall. Tires were definitely worked on I've been around pulling fo years and farmed sinci was.a kid I know road wear and they weren't road worn to flat of a wear pattern .

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Cliff S

12-13-2013 12:45:10

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 Re: Mr Peters in reply to swinging6, 12-13-2013 10:28:37  
I know both tractors and neither had any grinder/ sander or concrete spinning done to them!

The WC tires where worn as nice as you could get but no evidence of Grining Or altering these tires were found!
The BN tires are round on the front leading edge and road worn from being on the front of a 4wd tractor and the teck comeitte looked at both of them determined they were okay looked at another tractor who's tires had Grinder marks and was removed from Its class!

I'm sure that The pull could use Help and if you're good at judging tires and up on tractors you should be on the committee to help!

As with any PUll all help is appreciated!

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12-13-2013 13:33:27

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 Re: Mr Peters in reply to Cliff S, 12-13-2013 12:45:10  
Well cliff we will have to agree to disagree. Anyone who knows how to cut them won't leave marks. I've seen it done. You wouldn't want me to enforce the rules. I have pictures of the tires in question and you'll never convince me there not top cut. Fair is fair that's all I'm saying.

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12-13-2013 14:32:10

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 Re: Mr Peters in reply to swinging6, 12-13-2013 13:33:27  
The easy way to stop the problem is just go top-cut like everyone else has done. If the front of the lug is cut your out. This road wear spinning and all other crap is just letting a select few get in and try to tell everyone else they have top cut tires and are DQ. I don't care how you alter the tire, don't touch the front of the lug you are fine.

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