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Minneapolis Moline Tractors Discussion Board

Re: 335 fun pull?

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Posted by mightymolinekid on August 17, 2012 at 08:03:31 from (

In Reply to: Re: 335 fun pull? posted by Doug Cotton on August 17, 2012 at 04:25:36:

LMAO at Doug! It's funny how many guys have "HEARD" what parts will swap and how to do it. I've "HEARD" those kind of things too. I don't know much about gassers, but I would advance the timing just a hair and if it knocks, I'd switch to premium gas, just for the pull. As for the tires, I've heard what most guys do is air the rear tires up so the psi is the same as the first number in the size. i.e. a 15.5/38 tire, run 15 psi (I personally don't do it that way) Don't put fluid in them, you want to get in the lightest weight class you can. I've HEARD of guys jimmy-ing the governor so you get more rpm, do that too. Most importantly....go and have fun!! Way too many people take tractor pulling waaaay to serious. Walk around, look at the other tractors, talk to lots of people, take a bunch of pictures and learn what you can. If you can, get there plenty early,and if he has time, talk to the sled operator before the pull. Tell him you're new and if he has any advice. A GOOD sled man will give you pointers on what to watch for and maybe who to talk to specifically.


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