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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum


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12-18-2013 21:56:29

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I just realized, i havent done one of these yet.
My names brett on i run those darned ole ollies. Always been a green and white fan since i was a kid driving my dads 1850 diesel (now mine) around our operation in south eastern michigan. Ive been around to a few shows sweeping up the out of farm 10000# classes with said 1850 too. Shes not much no turbos or injection just well balanced fuel pump and weight. I farm with her daily so i dont gamble with breaking a crank but i do have a bit of fun running down 4430s and 1066s. I just aquired a 770 gas that ive posted on here a couple times about as well that will be seen around at shows and pulls as well (its a bit easier to transport 2 tons of steel rather than 5 haha. But youll be seeing me around on here posting and commenting alike, im a pretty straightforward guy. I dont stand for crappy attitudes and i know a thing or two that i might be able to add to help you out. I look forward to giving anyone a hand and recieving any CONSTUCTIVE critisism about my hair brained schemes i post about. Feel free to leave a comment and introduce yourself oh and tell me your color you run along with your rigs. Dont feel as though since i prefer meadow green that id run yours down, my family has or had one of about everything cockshutt, IH, farmall, even a two lung JD. Oh and included a video from my youtube account from a pull with the 1850 a couple years back.

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12-19-2013 19:39:18

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 Re: introduction in reply to bberry, 12-18-2013 21:56:29  
Welcome that was a good hook in the video. The Lack of speed and smoke proves that she is pretty much stock.

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super trucker

12-19-2013 12:28:24

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 Re: introduction in reply to bberry, 12-18-2013 21:56:29  
Welcome to tractor pullin. Where about in s e mi are you? I'm from Brighton and belong to a club that pulls. We are a pre 1957 club and run 4 pulls a year. You can check us out at for rules and pics. We'd be glad to see you . On the whole bad attitude deal I agree. Seems if you beat someone , the general idea is you cheat. I don't think there's a club or pull around that doesn't deal with it one way or another. I personaly really like being the underdog and then whoppin them good with a stock tractor.

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12-19-2013 12:52:09

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 Re: introduction in reply to super trucker, 12-19-2013 12:28:24  
Oh yeah nothing better. Im from around the blissfield area. Im a member of the local one there though i dont pull much since they rarely have competition in my class. Everybodys got there share at the festivals and plowdays. Oh how they hated the plowdays. Id just get that perkins hot on the 5 bottom and then just hook all day long... Nice to meet you maybe i might start making the rounds to some of the other groups. Would you be in the heritage group?

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Super Trucker

12-19-2013 13:28:30

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 Re: introduction in reply to bberry, 12-19-2013 12:52:09  
No I'm the V P of Hudson Mills Old Power Club. We have a pull in Oct that we pull to 7600 lbs class with a 1964 yr cut off. We call it Pumpkin Pull and we pull deadweight and t-sled.

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12-19-2013 11:50:07

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 Re: introduction in reply to bberry, 12-18-2013 21:56:29  
Welcome I like your attitude. I am on just a phone. My pulling buddies think I give away to many good tips. From the way I pulled last time, I am the one who needs tips. I did get a 4th with my 435 JD in the 4000 lb. 4 mod class at Tunic a. I am starting on a D17 diesel. Right after new years. Maybe I can give you some competition if you come down to 6000.

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12-19-2013 11:55:53

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 Re: introduction in reply to VicS, 12-19-2013 11:50:07  
Nice to meet you. I tend to trade too many secrets as well haha. But whatever, some guys could use some help against me. Youd never see me that low, i farm with both of them. But maybe ill enjoy some popcorn watching you turns some rpms in yours.

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