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B pulling Question for Dick L

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T.J.-A.C.

07-16-2005 18:21:30




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Hi Dick, I know that you have a lot of experience with pulling, I was wondering what set of drop down gears (bull gears ?) that you would recomend for pulling with a B. I have a couple of parts tractors some came on steel and one is a newer C I am going to build a B for my Daughter and my Nephew to pull with, They are to young yet but at the rate that I am getting things done lately I will need the time anyway. Thanks T.J.

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07-18-2005 21:15:55




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 Re: B pulling Question for Dick L in reply to T.J.-A.C., 07-16-2005 18:21:30  
the boys at the local pull set the speed at 2 1/2mph and my c`s low gear is 3mph, drop rpm`s and you drop hp. the (boys)use ca`s with 4 speed trans, there low gear is 2mph.



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Dick L

07-17-2005 09:01:53




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 Re: B pulling Question for Dick L in reply to T.J.-A.C., 07-16-2005 18:21:30  
To start with thanks. You can not mix up the bull gears with more or less teeth with out matching them to the small gear and pinion shaft that enters the transmission. I will have to do some resurch to give you the number of teeth on the two different bull gears and pinion gears. However I don"t know what the make up of the track or tracks you will be pulling on but I have found in the dozen or so tracks I have pulled on over the years that all are different and any one track will be different on different days. In pointing this out, I am saying that I do not think you want to gear down. This would slow your forward speed which over the long haul would not help. Some days on a sticky track it would help. On the tracks I have pulled on, extra speed will get more trophys. 3 or 3 1/2 mph is the speed limit at most of the pulls I compeat at. If you go to just one track and it is called a power track by the pullers then gearing down would be what you want. I pull my B"s in classes from 2000# to 3000# and a fresh over haul is all the power needed at the slow speed limit pulls.

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T.J.-A.C.

07-17-2005 17:43:35




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 Re: B pulling Question for Dick L in reply to Dick L, 07-17-2005 09:01:53  
Thanks for the info Dick I have never pulled and my daughter has really been bugging me to get "her B" done , she can't even reach the pedals yet.



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