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Dekalb Super Pull

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03-05-2007 18:39:43

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On behalf of the COATPA, I would like to thank everyone that came to the pull in Eaton and helped make it a success. We did the best that we could with a marginal track, but it was better than last year and it will be much better next year.

Send me an e-mail or post on here any suggestions that you guys have for us for next year.

Jason Snyder

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03-10-2007 18:58:04

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 Re: Dekalb Super Pull in reply to Firefarm, 03-05-2007 18:39:43  
I agree the super pull is a big dissapointment from it's years in Columbus. We use to look foward to it every year. I took time off work to watch and that last couple of years we pulled a couple of Farmalls and had a blast. After the disasterous event they had in Marysville we don't even go anymore. I know they could care less but it was the highlight of the year for a lot of pullers.

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03-06-2007 19:36:08

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 Re: Dekalb Super Pull in reply to Firefarm, 03-05-2007 18:39:43  
Great pull considering the weather and the track. Great pull to test and tune. Just to let you know, I was running radar and the jackpot pull was re started as it should have been. I was running 4.5 mph the first time I pulled and wondered why the horn did not blow. Good call !!!

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03-06-2007 17:46:28

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 Re: Dekalb Super Pull in reply to Firefarm, 03-05-2007 18:39:43  
Well not to much fun for us. Maybe I need to be from Ohio or be A Cronkleton. You should in the Div 2 class make it top cut or not. And get A good sled like the All American out of Waterford Ohio. Eather that or you could call it the Dekalb Brush Pull.

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03-06-2007 18:29:26

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 Re: Dekalb Super Pull in reply to mohead10, 03-06-2007 17:46:28  
I will go with you on the top cut rule. The pull was better than i thought it would be with the other pull that was up north. The sled is easy to pull.We can't help that the track was soft all we can do is bit are lip and go on with it. All we can do is hope for a better track next year becasue they think they found awy to solve that problem.

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03-06-2007 16:28:52

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 Re: Dekalb Super Pull in reply to Firefarm, 03-05-2007 18:39:43  
I just remember the pulls @ columbus they were great . you are never going to do that good @ eaton # of pulls is the evidence you need to look at. I did not see one H farmall . the antique class,s are dn from what i can see as a spectator

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