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Had a fine time pulling the 711b Saturday

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07-09-2012 10:25:51

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Temps were hot and hotter, but the 'ol girl was having a good time, and I was too.
Took 3rd place in 7000, 7500 and 8000, and another first place in 8500. Different track this time, going back to the first track Saturday after next. Mostly 6 cly. Cockshutts and Olivers at this track, Farmalls at the other one. Only Case in the bunch.

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07-12-2012 07:53:03

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 Re: Had a fine time pulling the 711b Saturday in reply to gmccool, 07-09-2012 10:25:51  
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This latest track was soft and they wetted it down some about every 3rd class. Fronts never came up at all. On a dry hard track , they float just off the track.

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07-09-2012 19:53:09

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 Re: Had a fine time pulling the 711b Saturday in reply to Dodgeit, 07-09-2012 10:25:51  
Not very many cases's pulled unfortunately. My family pulls dc's agains olivers two. We don't always beat them put we give em a run for there money.

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j hikemper

07-09-2012 20:46:24

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 Re: Had a fine time pulling the 711b Saturday in reply to JT's RandR, 07-09-2012 19:53:09  
my favorite is ... Pops 51 DC earned a trophy pulling years ago ,,The DC is probably the best pullin tractor Case Built in those days ,,It is hard to beat the ratio of Weight and torque of a well tuned DC .. I open that power jet on the Zenith Carb til that Ol Gentleman is making rich Smoke rings at idle ,, The Last 40 feet pulling the D
C finishes the run only on the back wheels ....Front wheels never get over a foot off the track,,

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