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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

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VicS

03-25-2020 15:10:04




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Think they are good to go. D17 Needs painting but that is this winter, I hope. Ran good at Russellville Ky. But needed a better driver. Maybe It'll shed 50 more pounds by time this Virus is whipped.




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4010 puller

04-04-2020 13:15:37




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 Re: Impatiently waiting in reply to VicS, 03-25-2020 15:10:04  
How is the d17 holding up? Plenty of power? How many rpm?



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VicS

04-04-2020 20:31:58




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 Re: Impatiently waiting in reply to 4010 puller, 04-04-2020 13:15:37  
So far so good. It has made it down the track 6 times. Didn't have any trouble. Just have pump set on 3000 rpm. And 250 plus hp. There are a lot of mean tractors out there. I haven't got the balance yet. I was running constantly heavy on the front. Think I should have not pulled it open at the end. 6 and 8 mph. Classes. My buddy won and he just helt his throttle about 3/4 and let it pull down at the end. It weighs 4040 with me and 2 big batteries. Like to get below 4000. And I can eventually. How are your Project's coming along?

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4010 puller

04-05-2020 11:51:20




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 Re: Impatiently waiting in reply to VicS, 04-04-2020 20:31:58  
Iíve put a set of cuts on the oliver and a redone injection pump to get some more power for 6 mph class.patiently waiting, may not get to pull much this year. How close do you get to ohio to pull? You ever going to try harrisburg out?



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VicS

04-05-2020 18:42:13




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 Re: Impatiently waiting in reply to 4010 puller, 04-05-2020 11:51:20  
Yes would like to go to Harrisburg again. I went the year it was called off because the fumes got so bad. But I got to pull since I was First and second class of 5 mph. Some how the little 435 made a full pull in the 3500 along with a 350U He won the pull off. But I won the 4000. And it powered out! Sometimes its your day.



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