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FORD Farm Stock Puller

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Dennis

09-16-2003 17:50:52




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I am looking for some info on the older FORD row crop tractors. The local pulls I go to are all John Deere, Oliver, Farmall, and a few Allis tractors. I am planning on reminding everyone about the FORDS. I saw one pull several years ago, and it wiped out all the competition. It was all go and no show, pure rust and no decals. I never figured out which model it was. I am pretty sure it pulled in the 5500 pound class. I think it is about time for some representation around my area. Which FORD model (1959 and earlier)would be the best for a farm stock class at the county fairs. Thanks, Dennis

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Paul (C IL)

09-17-2003 07:07:54




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 Re: FORD Farm Stock Puller in reply to Dennis, 09-16-2003 17:50:52  
You might want to look on the tractor pulling discussion forum here for more information. From reading some of the post there it appears some people do okay with the 800 or 900 series Fords.

You did not say what weight classes you are interested in but the few pulls I have been too (as spectator only) also have been dominated by IH, JD, and Oliver. Around here, 4500 lb is usually the lightest weight class.

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Dennis

09-18-2003 09:33:33




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 Re: Re: FORD Farm Stock Puller in reply to Paul (C IL), 09-17-2003 07:07:54  
I was thinking anything bigger than the 2N,8N,9N. Around here they also have a 3500, and a 4000 pound class though. Is there a dead strong, smaller FORD to give these guys some competition? I was really looking for 4000 to 6000 pounds. It doesnt matter that much to me. I just want to bring some competition from the land of FORD. I am not as familiar with the FORD tractors. I guess what I need to know is, pound for pound, which FORD tractor is the best puller from the factory before 1960. I am looking to sell my Allis Chalmers and buy a strong FORD.

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