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Antique Tractor Pull Rules

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#1 squeakyzig



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Posted December 08 2004 - 04:01 PM

We have a '47 B that is currently getting the engine rebuilt. I'd like to try my hand at one of the tractor pulls this spring. We need to get a general idea of what the rules are for pulls for this type of tractor. My husband said I can't pull in a pull without wheelie bars. Anyone have any ideas?



#2 kidagin



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Posted December 09 2004 - 10:23 PM

It depends on whose rules are in effect at the pull. EDGT&EA rules specify that wheelie bars are optional. I haven't checked NATPA's rules. You can find both organizations' rules on their websites. I've done just a little pulling with my C. It's great fun.
McCormick 10-20, SW4, SW6, O6, WDR9, Farmall F 20, SAV, B, C, M; International W400.

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