Re: My pulling tractors in reply to jd plowboy, 02-23-2014 18:37:07
We were figuring on moving to n carolina. The southern part and commuting to work in Charlotte. I am a diesel mechanic. If I can find out if the pay is similiar I am not against moving to and working in south carolina as well. I have a white with a 8.3 that I have been putting together for the lighter classes. 7000,7500ish. I have not found much for lighter class pulling that my tractor would fit into. Iam not far along into the project so I was going to sell it and build something for the heavy classes but would love to keep it. So when I seen Rickys 560 with the dt it gave me some hope for my project !
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