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Weight of AC C and CA

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Rodger 56

04-03-2015 09:40:24




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I'd like to pull a C or CA in the 2500# class. Like to know the approx weight of narrow front without driver of each. Tractor data states the CA is about 500# more. Thanks Rodger




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Charlie175

04-04-2015 17:47:16




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 Re: Weight of AC C and CA in reply to Rodger 56, 04-03-2015 09:40:24  
My pin hitch model CA weighs about 2300 with 12.4x24 rear tires and narrow front.
This is with the rear rams removed but everything else stock
I am close to 200 so this puts me right at 2500 at weigh in
The front gets real light though which is my downfall. It pulls better in 3000. I also removed the hand clutch

There is another CA that pulls at some of the locations I go to and he is down lower than me as he has a custom hitch, and just about everything on the back removed (fenders, braces, deck, brake covers) and uses a skimpy seat. Like this he has about 150 lbs up front of weights to keep the front down

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Rodger 56

04-05-2015 09:03:24




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 Re: Weight of AC C and CA in reply to Charlie175, 04-04-2015 17:47:16  
Thanks for the help. Charlie what is your hitch height, we pull at 19"? I have a AC B that weight is about 2200 bare and I don,t need much on the front maybe 50# on some tracks. thanks again Rodger



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Charlie175

04-06-2015 19:31:25




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 Re: Weight of AC C and CA in reply to Rodger 56, 04-05-2015 09:03:24  
Mine is set at 20" using the stock setup (drawbar)



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dgerth

04-08-2015 06:41:11




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 Re: Weight of AC C and CA in reply to Charlie175, 04-06-2015 19:31:25  
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Our CA need about 70# in the center to make 2.5K. No problems with the WF staying on the ground except with a hard track. We pull with 16.9 x 24's and it does wonderfully well, very competitive setup.

dgerth



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JMS/.MN

04-03-2015 10:19:59




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 Re: Weight of AC C and CA in reply to Rodger 56, 04-03-2015 09:40:24  
Dean"s book shows 2200 for the C with 9-24 tires, 2850 for the CA, 10-24 tires. No added ballast/weights on either.



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