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Pulling A super W6

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05-22-2002 20:48:32

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Would super W6 make a good puller.
or would I be better off with the farmall M
& why. May be cause of the 30 inch to the M 38
inch wheels.
I under stand they use the M motor.
would the gearing be different on the Super W6 to the Farmall M What type of tire on a 30 inch wheel would I need

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05-23-2002 18:22:54

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 Re: Pulling A super W6 in reply to 44, 05-22-2002 20:48:32  
Last year I took my Super WD6 (1952) to the local fair. We had to pull off the battery box and pully just to get in the 6500 class at 6595. The farmalls seem to be lighter so they can put more weight on the back wheels. Also the tires aren't as wide, puts more psi to the ground. Another guy used an O6 with realy wide tires and no fluid in them. If I go again this year it will be in second or third! Spun in first with out even a hint of smoke! Its hard to get a response out of any body unless you tell them its a Farmall instead! We use a W4, Super W6 and a Super WD6 in the woods, Farmalls are to high,to long and to tippy with the three wheeler stance! Just imagine if you tried to sell a farmall today new in the sue happy USA

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