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Dodgeit

11-13-2013 05:54:06




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The tractor is a 700 Gas.

The rules are typical

Drawbar not more than 20" high, nor shorter than 18" from center of rear axle.

Wheelie bars not more than 10" off the ground, must support weight of tractor.

10% over stock RPM

Tire sizes based on weight class. I run 16.9 x 38 could run 18.4 in the higher classes.

Stock block (or replacement), heads, intake, exhaust, distributor ( electronic ignition conversion allowed, such as Pertronix).

No side shields, unless they were OEM at time of manufacture.

Weights on brackets cannot be past the rear wheels and no closer than 4" from the closest part of the tire or rim.
Weights cannot be more than 11' from the center of the rear axle on the front bracket.

Speed limit 3.5mph or 4mph depending on club, those without a horn on the sled limit you to first gear for stock classes.

Rear tires cannot be wider than 96" outside to outside.

No Aluminum rims allowed for stock classes.

I think that covers it.

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Agri King

11-13-2013 17:38:48




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 Re: For Agri King in reply to Dodgeit, 11-13-2013 05:54:06  
Thanks for the info. I have a 800 gas, 700 diesel & a 400 gas. The 400 gas isn't running (yet). One of them needs something fun to do. I'm guessing your 700 is close to farm stock?



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Dodgeit

11-14-2013 08:57:26




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 Re: For Agri King in reply to Agri King, 11-13-2013 17:38:48  
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I removed the eagle hitch, hydraulics and p/s pump. Bumped the engine from 251 to 267. LP heads and manifold were already on it. run 16.9 x 38s on spin out rims 9also on the tractor when I bought her.



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