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frank baggett

02-19-2008 19:55:28

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Ok, guys, I need some ac help. I'm a minny mo puller. My wife's uncle gave her a "CA". Can this be made into a small puller for a small woman? If so, how can (with out spending and arm and leg can a person make it into something that can pull respectable. One more question, it has a gauge mounted onto the steering shaft that says "traction boost" (WHAT THE HECK IS THAT?) Thanks in advance, guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Larry P

02-20-2008 10:02:18

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 Re: ca in reply to frank baggett, 02-19-2008 19:55:28  
The tractor can pull with anything out their. The drive is very good looking and real knows how to drive that little pink machine. Best looking driver and tractor out on the dirt. Do not let her good looks mislead you she drives it better than the men. She has it for sale in NC.

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02-20-2008 03:43:08

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 Re: ca in reply to frank baggett, 02-19-2008 19:55:28  

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Tires size/pressure.

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Last is ballance.

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02-20-2008 02:32:05

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 Re: ca in reply to frank baggett, 02-19-2008 19:55:28  
CA and C Allis are good pullers as they are stock. Rear wheel weights and factory front weights should make it competitive in the 3000 pound class.

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Eldon (WA)

02-19-2008 20:35:53

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 Re: ca in reply to frank baggett, 02-19-2008 19:55:28  
Check out this website. Traction booster will only help when plowing or pulling mounted equipment....it transfered weight from the implement to the tractor for added traction.

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02-19-2008 21:40:39

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 Re: ca in reply to Eldon (WA), 02-19-2008 20:35:53  
Wow! pulls in a class about double of original weight? Looks like a D17 distributor setup on it. And what- maybe 28 inch rear tires, with those spacers in it?

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