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dave anderson

08-17-2010 07:22:57




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My 13 year old wants to do the farm tractor pulls. What is the waight of a Case 800 diesal. And how do you pull with a COM On a clay track. What is a good gear to start with




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Jim McVay

08-17-2010 16:19:17




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 Re: pulling with a case 800 in reply to dave anderson, 08-17-2010 07:22:57  
My dad and I pull one. You want to go in the fastest gear you can for the weight. For us on our track 3rd for 6500 and 7500, 2nd for 8500 and 9500 and 1st for 10500. It all depends how much bite the track has. You want it to pull hard enough to make the torque converted work. Do not shift out of COM



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Agri King

08-18-2010 19:10:55




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 Re: pulling with a case 800 in reply to Jim McVay, 08-17-2010 16:19:17  
Jim, Do you start the sled in direct drive and then shift to COM when it starts pulling real hard?



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Jim McVay

08-22-2010 07:13:23




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 Re: pulling with a case 800 in reply to Agri King, 08-18-2010 19:10:55  
We can't shift by our rules so we stay in COM



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Hoss in Me

08-17-2010 16:17:47




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 Re: pulling with a case 800 in reply to dave anderson, 08-17-2010 07:22:57  
My 831 diesel COM weighs 7400 without the hitch arms and hyd.cyl.I run 18.4-38 firestone 23 degree and do real well with it in 2 or 3rd gear low range no com shifting. Hoss



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Dave in SE Mich

08-17-2010 13:35:38




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 Re: pulling with a case 800 in reply to dave anderson, 08-17-2010 07:22:57  
40 plus years ago in percentage pulls I did well and had some wins with a 830 gas, usually in 3rd COM as no shifting was allowed. The tractor did best at about 8400-8500 lbs. and had 16.9X38 tires. 4020 owners were shocked and in total disbelief.



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Drewbee90

08-17-2010 11:43:57




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 Re: pulling with a case 800 in reply to dave anderson, 08-17-2010 07:22:57  
3rd or 4th always worked well with me



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dave anderson

08-17-2010 12:11:13




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 Re: pulling with a case 800 in reply to Drewbee90, 08-17-2010 11:43:57  
do you lock in the COM right away



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