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04-03-2001 21:43:37

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Just thought I would tell everybody about our first tractor pull of the year. Please email me for questions on rules and weight classes. We go up to 13,500 lbs. Yes, Case tractor with detroits can pull. Big_willy3@hotmail.com

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04-04-2001 04:39:31

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 Re: Tractor Pull in reply to William, 04-03-2001 21:43:37  
I see in the ad stock farm tractors only.Just curious how a tractor like the Case with the Detroit that has a engine brand that was never put in at the factory can pull? Is this another
case of a antique stock pull being billed as one
thing but is really something else all together?

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04-04-2001 13:29:39

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 Re: Re: Tractor Pull in reply to Gary, 04-04-2001 04:39:31  
Our club decided that "if a farmer can do it, we can pull it". Puting the detroits in cases was a option directly to the farmers. It is no different that putting a powerblock in a JD A or the Red Diamond truck motors in IH WK40's.

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04-05-2001 02:32:02

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 Re: Re: Re: Tractor Pull in reply to William, 04-04-2001 13:29:39  
If I have a 220 Cummins in an Oliver 77 can I pull?

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04-05-2001 20:51:03

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Tractor Pull in reply to Gary, 04-05-2001 02:32:02  
If it was put in the tractor to farm with and not pull with, sure, bring it on out.

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04-06-2001 09:56:11

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Tractor Pull in reply to William, 04-05-2001 20:51:03  
Good, I've always built my tractors to farm with
and I expect everyone else who comes will have done the same. Good Luck.

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04-06-2001 19:02:13

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Tractor Pull in reply to Gary, 04-06-2001 09:56:11  
Farming with my 383 hemi has been a real challenge

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