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Re: Farmall H Engine Swap

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JD Seller

06-18-2013 21:31:10

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Ahhhhh Another "honest" puller in the making.

I just love how all these antque tractor pullers "bend" the rules just as bad as the big boys.

So you tell the guy to take a "stock" block and remove the sleeves and run larger piston an then giggle about it.

These are the reasons I have not watched a tractor pull in years. The winners fall into just a couple of categories. 1) The deep pocket guy with big money in a pulling tractor. 2)Or the guy that has cheated the best so he has an advantage over all the other pullers. Neither are the type I want to waste my time on.

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Newbee Puller

06-19-2013 05:12:38

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 Re: Farmall H Engine Swap in reply to JD Seller, 06-18-2013 21:31:10  
The way I look at it. I do not have a lot of money to spend. But if every tractor out there were "Stock" you would see like four models pull well and that's about it. It would discourage pullers and crowds alike. Another point is these tractors are getting old. Less handy,, It's nice to see a tractor for a propose other then two Parades a year. I will take Seeing a Cheated up tractor on the track over a stock tractor going in for scrap any day.

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JD Seller

06-19-2013 23:49:23

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 Re: Farmall H Engine Swap in reply to Newbee Puller, 06-19-2013 05:12:38  
To Super Trucker and Newbee Puller. I would just like everyone to admit they are messing around with the tractors. There are ZERO stock tractors pulling anymore. So lets just call it Modified Antique tractors. So much weight and or under a certain speed.

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super trucker

06-19-2013 03:31:32

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 Re: Farmall H Engine Swap in reply to JD Seller, 06-18-2013 21:31:10  
Seller I respect your opinion and won't start a arguement. But there is nothing stock about tractor pulling anymore. So if your going to spend the time,why not make it run as good as possible for the same money as a stock rebuild? All 5 of my pullers are way more stock than most and I do well with them and I figure I just donate my money. Ive won against strokers and poked engines and cut tires . If he's new I would hate to see him build a engine and get whooped on and discouraged and never pull again. If he's like the rest of us with your self included he probably has LIMITED income to spend on a hobby . Respectfully Trucker

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