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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

I-6 vs. M : Better puller choice?

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07-01-2004 05:07:49

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For some unknown reason, the other day I was on eBay looking at red tractors for sale, and I found an I-6 within about 30 miles of me...and I got to thinking [which is dangerous for me...]...would an I-6 be a better choice for a puller--as in, lower center of gravity, therefore harder to flip, etc--than an M? Or would they be about equal? Or would the M be tha hands-down favorite between the two?

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07-01-2004 08:04:34

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 Re: I-6 vs. M : Better puller choice? in reply to Buzzman72, 07-01-2004 05:07:49  
Hey Buzz,

I would think that the I 6 would be harder to balance because it is shorter. The rearend, axles, and trans would be most beneficial with an M frame hanging off the front of it. I think you can get an M lighter than a standard "6" chassis. BUT, I will say, there is a w4 with a Baker motor up this way that runs pretty well..... later....AC..... PS, find me some scout 800 A parts! In case you happen to see any when out looking for truck parts.....

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