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Re: How do i make WD into a strong puller

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John (C-IL)

10-20-2002 17:01:49




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Get it running good, get it balanced and get your tires right and you will have a tractor as strong as any in it's class. Now if you're talking a sneaky powerhouse, the more power you want the more money you spend, how much power do you want?




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49WD

10-20-2002 17:09:10




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 Re: Re: How do i make WD into a strong puller in reply to John (C-IL), 10-20-2002 17:01:49  
Get tires Good you said what do you mean



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10-21-2002 04:38:01




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 Re: Re: Re: How do i make WD into a strong puller in reply to 49WD, 10-20-2002 17:09:10  
Generally new tires are not the way to go. You should look for some that probably have less than half tread on them. One of the other posts mentions "cut tires" that is how you get better performance from your tires. The next key is air pressure and weight. You will run out of traction long before you run out of power on most tracks.



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