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#1 squeakyzig

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Posted December 08 2004 - 04:06 PM

We have a '47 B that I'm hopefully going to be able to use this spring for some tractor pulls. Does anyone have a list of general rules for Texas?

My husband says I can't be in the pull without wheelie bars. Is this true?

any help would be appreciated.

thanks.

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#2 kidagin

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Posted December 09 2004 - 10:32 PM

I responded to most of your question in the Farmall B section, but let me add what I know about Texas. The pulls I've been to in Texas were using either EDGE&TA (Early Day Gas Engine & Tractor Ass'n) or NATPA (National Antique Tractor Pullers Ass'n) rules or some variation thereof. The EDGE&TA rules are more restrictive in terms of modifications--basically they require that you don't stray much from the stock form of the tractor. I would say most of the pullers I've seen didn't have wheelie bars.

Hope this helps.
McCormick 10-20, SW4, SW6, O6, WDR9, Farmall F 20, SAV, B, C, M; International W400.

#3 squeakyzig

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Posted December 10 2004 - 01:42 PM

thanks kidagin. I'll check out those website.






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