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Re: Pulling Tractor

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08-27-2002 17:54:05

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Start him out with a "B", they are powerful for there size and parts are everywhere.

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Doug in OR

08-29-2002 10:22:19

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 Re: Re: Pulling Tractor in reply to Will, 08-27-2002 17:54:05  
Nawww... I've never seen a B do well in a pull. It is a nice tractor for light work, but pulling is heavy duty.

I'd recommend a WC, if you wish to stick with the AC color. Easy to work on, and you can do more with it when adding weights and balancing the tractor for a pull.

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08-29-2002 15:58:05

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 Re: Re: Re: Pulling Tractor in reply to Doug in OR, 08-29-2002 10:22:19  
Doug in OR, Just for your information I used to pull a "B" that had 47 HP and it would kick the CRAP out of most WC's that could get down to 3000#

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Allis Puller

08-29-2002 13:30:38

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 Re: Re: Re: Pulling Tractor in reply to Doug in OR, 08-29-2002 10:22:19  
I would recomend the WD over the WC just because of h.p. when you go higher classes, and I'm not a real fan of the hand brake set up on the WC. A WC may be lighter but thats all they got goin for them, hard to beat a WD in 3500#. Hey as long as its ORANGE!

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Steve W

09-05-2002 22:27:20

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Pulling Tractor in reply to Allis Puller, 08-29-2002 13:30:38  
I think it all depends on were you are from and where you want to pull. I'm from IL and here if you want to pull with a national or state organization in antiques you need something other than orange. You need to find an IH M, a JD A, or something similar. 5500# is the lowest you can go in those organizations. You can find a whole slew of parts for an IH at Denny's carb shop and other places that sell bolt on parts. If you just want to pull for fun there are some "brush" pulls as I like to call them around. Sometimes they are hard to find but they are out there. A WD would be pretty competative at one of these in the 3500-4500# classes. But all in all I would go with an IH M. I would have one if I wasn't partial to the Orange ones.

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