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Pulling VAC

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Adam Bronson

06-12-2001 17:58:38

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I am pulling a vac its not working so good. I am looking for a way to get a lower ground speed in low gear but I want to keep the tires I have on it now(14-28 or 16.9-28)Can i swap a 1st gear out of another case or other brand to get a lower speed.Or if theres any tricks I can try to do better please tell me. I need all the help I can get. Thanks

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don ruscha

06-16-2001 09:05:52

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 Re: Pulling VAC in reply to Adam Bronson, 06-12-2001 17:58:38  
my son pulls a vac. we would like to do the same thing but we have not found any thing but more hp. 148 cids. helps but is not enough. we run 14.9x28 we are going to try a cam & head work next. not much help am i but i have been pulling for 30 years & little things help. keep us updated on your findings.

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