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Old 12-01-2006, 09:19 AM
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Garden Tractor Pulling

Anybody ever seen a garden tractor pull, they may not be as fast as the big guys but someday ill make my where up to that level. I got three Garden tractors that i have set up for pulling, One 60 Over - originally 16hp kohler, Stock Stroke, bored .060 over, cam, 2.02 valves, balanced, ported, turns about 8500 rpm wide open and about 55hp, not too bad for a single cylinder flat head. the other two i have are 12hp Stock altered and a 10hp stock altered. all three of these machines use a Internationally built Cub Cadet Frame. So anybody out there that has an old cub cadet rotting away behind a garage somewhere, ill be happy to take it off your hands

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Old 12-01-2006, 09:27 AM
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I dont have a pulling tractor per say, me and 4 of my buddies have old Craftsman's and we change the pullies around and weld up the rear axle's and eliminated the mechanical govonors, they go like hell! Every Sunday we go out in the woods and race and basically raise all hell. The most pulling our tractors really do is pulling eachother out of the woods when the break, out of the mud when we get stuck and once and a while we put a strap between them and have a little tug-o-war.
Glad to see there is another "tractor" guy on here, hahahahah
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Ive got a NQS Stock Altered/Outlaw and a 16 HP Stocker
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Clubs

what Garden tractor pulling clubs do yall run with, if you do. Im usually with a club called American Mini Pullers, we mostly have pulls in the southern part of wisconsin
www.americanminipuller.com
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Old 12-01-2006, 09:39 AM
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Lets see 'em!!
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I run NQS(National Quarter Scale) and a local club called Southern Indiana Tractor Pullers beepbeepbeep'n. And some in KY
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Pulling Cubs

I have a 1200 that I use to pull things around in the yard. Took the mower deck off of it about 3 years ago. I have some that are for sale that would make good parts tractors or to build a puller. They are fun to work on and play with and will surprise you on how much work they will do.
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they used to have them quite a bit down here in fl but they have since gone away. last one i saw they used 4-wheelers mostly.
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man that sounds like fun. got some pics of yur pullers
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Old 12-03-2006, 06:49 PM
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"White Out" old 10HP Stock Altered Tractor

"General Lee" 12HP Stock Altered Tractor

me sitting in the second best seat in the house
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