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2020.03.26 "Extra" Pic

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kcm.MN

03-25-2020 22:49:19




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Which way to the scales??




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Rich'sToys

03-26-2020 12:59:21




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 Re: 2020.03.26 in reply to kcm.MN, 03-25-2020 22:49:19  
One of the reasons I don't watch a lot of tractor pulls. The lower classes are fun to watch, but when it gets to the upper classes it's usually the same 5 tractors over and over, just adding more weights each time. I tend to get bored with that.

No disrespect to those who enjoy it. But that particular aspect of the sport does nothing for me.



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Brian G. NY

03-26-2020 06:48:24




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 Re: 2020.03.26 in reply to kcm.MN, 03-25-2020 22:49:19  
I thought it was photoshopped 'til I saw the second picture.

Do you suppose they gave him the "special" award for the most weights you can hang on your tractor.



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kcm.MN

03-26-2020 06:03:30




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 Re: 2020.03.26 in reply to kcm.MN, 03-25-2020 22:49:19  
quefan -- Wow! Thanks for that amazing find!! 24,000 lbs. of added weight? Makes my sudden headache more than even Excedrin can take care of! *lol*



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coshoo

03-26-2020 02:48:21




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 Re: 2020.03.26 in reply to kcm.MN, 03-25-2020 22:49:19  
I don't know much about pulling, but it seems like all that weight would just bump you up into a higher class where you would be competing against more powerful tractors. What's the advantage?



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Bob Bancroft

03-26-2020 01:26:33




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 Re: 2020.03.26 in reply to kcm.MN, 03-25-2020 22:49:19  
I don't know how that's possible. Seems like the poor tractor would break in two! There must be 100 PSI in the front tires. And with all that, it appears that the rear tires are not inflated equally.



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Quefan

03-25-2020 23:40:18




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 Re: 2020.03.26 in reply to kcm.MN, 03-25-2020 22:49:19  
Any experienced pullers know what the weight would be ?
I am thinking about 20,000.
Thanks for your daily pics and the puzzle !



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jon f mn

03-26-2020 05:35:36




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 Re: 2020.03.26 in reply to Quefan, 03-25-2020 23:40:18  
Those are 100 pound ih weights on the front and I count 84. Don't know what the jd wheel weights weigh, but I count 16. That adds up to about 12,000 pounds if the wheel weights are 200 pounds. I'm sure there are more wheel weights I can't see and likely more hanging on the back.



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Quefan

03-26-2020 05:24:47




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 Re: 2020.03.26 in reply to Quefan, 03-25-2020 23:40:18  
Maybe the 24,000 lbs winner




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kcm.MN

03-25-2020 22:50:03




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 Re: 2020.03.26 "Extra" Pic in reply to kcm.MN, 03-25-2020 22:49:19  
"Extra" Pic puzzle:

https://jigex.com/kV17



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JerryCPP(WA)

03-26-2020 13:16:07




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 Re: 2020.03.26 in reply to kcm.MN, 03-25-2020 22:50:03  
What a delightful way to waste 23:09 minutes of my time! Thank you. My first ever on-line puzzle; I'' probably look for more now.



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