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Re: ShaggyM BN with 36s

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03-30-2014 17:54:26

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Well in my area in IL we don't have very many classes for the small tractors.
But I have been to Wauseon a few times with my B and Super C.
The B has a warmed over stock block (133) and the Super C has a stock 153. They both run pretty good for what they are!
And the B pulls double duty! Its my snow plow in the winter!

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03-30-2014 19:13:55

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 Re: ShaggyM BN with 36s in reply to ShaggyM, 03-30-2014 17:54:26  
I think I've talked to you at Waseon a few years a
go. My son drives for Gene Sellers on the 230. Our BN has a 135 with head work. It runs good and we have a lot of fun with it. It will hold it's own in the light classes,up to 3500#. If it's a loose track we can go to 4000#.

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03-31-2014 03:05:31

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 Re: ShaggyM BN with 36s in reply to Farmallstrong, 03-30-2014 19:13:55  
I remember you! That was the first I pulled my B out there. It runs better now!
I have pulled it in a 3750 class last summer and it bogged at the start but came out of it and did pretty good. Found some gritty stiff in the carb.
I wouldn't mind heading to PA with it some summer just to have a little fun!
I am hoping to go to west Alton this summer at least once!

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