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Re: Hot 2 cylinder class.....Labor Day weekend in NC Illinois

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Denny Marxim

07-27-2014 08:15:26

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Are you scared to pull against the 4 and 6cyl. tractors? It's the only reason I can see to separate them. If you were to pull with the rest you could see them pull and how they compare.The IH, AC, Oliver ect. guys seem to get along fine but the jd bunch is a breed by themselves.

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07-28-2014 03:52:13

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 Re: Hot 2 cylinder class.....Labor Day weekend in NC Illinois in reply to Denny Marxim, 07-27-2014 08:15:26  
What he is proposing is fine, if you are a JD guy. Good way to see how things line up. It's his prerogative. No different than when, at one point, I was looking at buying a sled. I was going to start my own club with a flat 2500 rpm limit. In the rules, no tractors with less than three cylinders allowed to hook. It's still a free country. Sometimes it's cool to try different stuff n see what works.

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07-27-2014 18:59:02

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 Re: Hot 2 cylinder class.....Labor Day weekend in NC Illinoi in reply to Denny Marxim, 07-27-2014 08:15:26  
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No, the entire class I pull in is 4 and 6 cylinder tractors. I always end up somewhere is the middle which is usually within 10-15 of everyone else.
In this area there is just not any of the 800+ cubed Gs you see roaming around so I've just never had a chance to pull with one.

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