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John deere A

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Jake Pickerign

07-29-2005 12:04:00

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I am just starting to build my 1940 "A" to be a puller. I just wanted to know some tips to getting started, what to do with bore and stroke, head shaving, valve work, intake or exhaust. I need to know what to do and how much to do if anything. Also if there are any tricks to get some added HP and torque. thanks

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2 Cylinder

07-30-2005 08:08:30

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 Re: John deere A in reply to Jake Pickerign, 07-29-2005 12:04:00  
Call Schooler (660) 748-4475, he can answer your questions, and has the parts to build you a competitive puller, the limit will be your pocket book.

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a puller 1

07-31-2005 12:57:22

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 Re: John deere A in reply to 2 Cylinder, 07-30-2005 08:08:30  
hey 2 cylinder.....i'm guessing you must have something coming with all these schooler ideas..... any hints? hows the ol 4010 runnin.....had it on the dyno yet?.....see ya around....

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jd b puller

07-29-2005 17:47:05

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 Re: John deere A in reply to Jake Pickerign, 07-29-2005 12:04:00  

The possibilities are endless.
There are 3 things that will quickly determine what you can do.

1. Your budget
2. How fast you want to go
3. What the clubs in your area have for rules.

A good place to start is www.natpa.com Many (not all) clubs base their rules on these guys. As a general rule, the higher the classs, the more $$$ you are going to spend.


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