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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

Where to pull antique light weight

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wilson ind

02-14-2020 11:42:11




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Have a CC Case 4 1/16 pistons proper cam LP head . Had a lot of fun in Salida Colorado few years ago. Won several trophies and box of ribbons. Have tractor stored here in Indiana. In this area local pulls are all much heavier weight classes. My tractor with me can easily get in 3500 lb classes. Are any of you folks aware of pulls In Southern Ind , northern Kentucky , eastern southern Illinois that pulls antique slightly modified 3500 up to 5500 lb ? In Colorado we had a low gear rule therefor my tractor has C Case sprockets to give faster speed.. I did have Wards Riverside tires but sold them to a puller from Texas. Have brackets on spoked rear wheels to quickly add IH M wheel weights. I am getting old but without driving too far would like to have a few more full pulls. Thanks for your time .

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wilson ind

02-15-2020 06:44:38




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to wilson ind, 02-14-2020 11:42:11  
Thanks to all for responding, Wonder if some of the colorado guys remember The CC from hell



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Ole CC

02-15-2020 06:41:33




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to wilson ind, 02-14-2020 11:42:11  
Too bad you don`t live in south west Missouri, you could pull pretty much every weekend in a 100 square mile area, and most pulls start at around 2500 lbs for B & C Allis`s etc.



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supermpuller

02-15-2020 05:31:55




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to wilson ind, 02-14-2020 11:42:11  
If you stay in Div 1 you'll be ok but Div 2t and up those tires won't work.



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6cylpower

02-14-2020 19:28:48




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to wilson ind, 02-14-2020 11:42:11  
Going to bring your Allis to Princeton Vic?



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VicS

02-14-2020 20:56:21




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to 6cylpower, 02-14-2020 19:28:48  
Maybe I could practice with it on Friday. If get it together.



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VicS

02-14-2020 20:51:46




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to 6cylpower, 02-14-2020 19:28:48  
I doubt it. But Intend to bring the 435 JD. Short block supposed to be done this thursday. But want to test it some a little less public. Lol.



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VicS

02-14-2020 17:21:01




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to wilson ind, 02-14-2020 11:42:11  
February 22 Princeton In. NATPA. Think pull starts at 9 am. But need to be there early to get tractor teched. They will start at maybe 2500. No cut tires top cut tires and full cut tires. Google them. But your tractor will fit. Don't have to be a member to pull.



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MSD

02-14-2020 18:20:07




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to VicS, 02-14-2020 17:21:01  
Flyer for Princeton. Lots of good competition in those classes usually.



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VicS

02-14-2020 17:28:06




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to VicS, 02-14-2020 17:21:01  
Its a clay track, you got any weights for the front? But the no cut tire class pulls with a 18" drawbar.



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KFFarm

02-14-2020 16:05:09




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to wilson ind, 02-14-2020 11:42:11  
Southeastern IL Tractor Pullers have a few pulls each year in Casey IL. They pretty closely follow USAP rules.



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mmfan55

02-14-2020 14:57:11




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 Re: Where to pull antique light weight in reply to wilson ind, 02-14-2020 11:42:11  
If southern Indiana , the USAP starts at 3500#. They are located in Philpot, Kentucky but do several pulls in Indiana usually. They use speed limits. Pull schedule will be posted later in the spring, along with rules @ usapuller.com. then use the link for usap owensboro , ky



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