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|Why You Don't Pull in 4th Gear|
I always ask my father what gear to pull in. He told me pull in 2nd gear, I said okay. I pull up to the sled - I'm all ready to pull. I get the okay to go, well I had a hard time getting my Farmall M into 2nd gear. I finally put what I thought was 2nd gear into place. . . and I started to pull. My tractor was acting strange so I stopped and put it right into first gear. Come to find out I was in fourth gear. . . So now all the pullers pick on me about that. They say only a girl puller would do that!
Kristina, NY, entered 2002-02-27
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