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J. R. McVay, Sr

03-15-2013 13:43:02




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I was going through some old pictures and decided to share. We went to meet DC Tom in 2004 or 2005 and he invited us to the tractor pull in Westville, IN. I drove his DC in one class. He had wheel weights down to a science. He did all the weights himself. He pulled 4500 thru 7500. It was very competitive.

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Don L.

03-17-2013 12:09:35




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Thanks for sharing! Nice too see !
Don L.



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1370pwr in ne

03-16-2013 05:34:29




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Thanks for sharing.Just from what i've read on here about DCTom i think he was very happy in life and a real perfectionalist.I'm glad he and others shared his love for case with us.Does that DC still tractor pull?Just changing all that weigh would be a pretty good workout.Thanks again and good luck to you [tractor pulling] this season.



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