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Tunica KOH big guns?

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innocent bystan

11-11-2006 10:28:48

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Who has the best chance at it this year? Hopefully not another Moline! LOL

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11-12-2006 09:06:17

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 A MM GVI from TN called Thumper in reply to innocent bystander, 11-11-2006 10:28:48  
Remember that I told you so!

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11-12-2006 17:34:01

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 Re: A MM GVI from TN called Thumper in reply to Blastum, 11-12-2006 09:06:17  
I guess I can cancel my reservations. LOL We will be there with an MM GVI also.

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11-11-2006 14:41:42

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 Re: Tunica KOH big guns? in reply to innocent bystander, 11-11-2006 10:28:48  
I just wish I could be there on Thursday to see the LIGHTWEIGHT KOH. Wouldn't be surprised at 100 or more in that one class. That'll be some good pulling to watch there.

On the BIG KOH, wouldn't be surprised at a Farmall M from up North or one of a few from Mississippi or maybe another Moline. Could be anyone though. The slower classes like these 4 and 5mph are terrifly tough. It takes a good puller and judging the track just right to win any of the classes at Tunica. Just being a part of it is worth going. You can't really tell how it's going to turn out, even after you pull in a class. I finished 16th out of 60 to 70 tractors last year in the 7500 lb. 4mph Open on Friday night and thought I might actually have a very very small chance in the 7250 KOH on Saturday. When Saturday rolled around, I was about 16th from the bottom in the KOH and most of those were the same tractors from the day before!!!

Just bring what you've got and if everything's right it might be your day. It's sort of like when Arkansas beat Auburn at Auburn a few weeks ago. That's why they play the game. On paper, Auburn wins. On the field Arkansas did. You can bet everyone will be giving it there best shot at Tunica. Maybe the track, tires and weights will be just right and I'll win something at Tunica. That one would be about my only surprise.

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11-11-2006 12:03:22

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 Re: Tunica KOH big guns? in reply to innocent bystander, 11-11-2006 10:28:48  
How about the 4250 KOH? How much hp is it going to take....Who are the contenders to watch for?

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