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Ok I got the puller running today. pulled the spark plugs to build oil pressure. 55 lbs just cranking it. Checked spark, checked kill wire put a little 110 in the tank, man that thing sounds good.Also got the hood and fender painted too.

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:) Thats one Bad A$^3# lookin machine great work luv to see some pics with it in action!!!! :USA: :wh:

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Great work! You're a talented guy! Next time I'm driving through Mass I'm stalking that puller!

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Here are a few pics of it "almost done" just needs a few decals and few tweaks.

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Sweeeeet Are you going to bring it to Enfield next Sun?

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Dam Chris you've done Wheel Horse very proud!

Looks like that Horse can win the pull and the show!!!

And I'll bet it looks even better up close 'n personal!!!

Yer ball's were tinglin' when you fired that monster up!

Women don't get it, but we do!!!

Excellent!!!

:) HORSEFEATHERS!

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That is one hell of a gift and talent you have. One thousand hats off to to you buddy!! :thumbs:

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Great looking tractor. Any chance of a video? I wanna hear that thing roar.

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Ill try to make a video this week. I want to drag race horsefeathers. What you think Bud???? I have a set of slicks for it too. i made up the wheels.

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Here are a few pics of it "almost done" just needs a few decals and few tweaks.

Looks fantastic but I have one question pal. WHO'S POSTING YER PICS IF IT AINT ME? :thumbs: !

Have I been replaced? :)

Mike.........

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Mike no one will replace you bud. Patty did it for me. she told me to give you a break. :thumbs:

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Chris, You callin' me out???? Com'on get that show pony off the trailer!!!!

You just name the time 'n place!! I'll be there brother! You ain't got the stuff!

What ever the "Stuff" is!! What is the "Stufff" anyway?

Oh well...I need a good azz wophin'!!!! :thumbs:

You have a great lookin' sled yanker man!!!

Congrats' man, hope you have a good season pullin'!

I luv this stuff!!!! Thanks for representing :) you do it well brother!

:wh: HORSEFATHERS!

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Thanks Bud, i did have a great pulling season. I got 4 pulls in this year got 3 wins 1 sec and a thd. Thats with my other puller.And got a best of show with the wheelhorse. Havent pulled with that yet. Cant wait till next year. :thumbs:

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found another picture. I still have to make belt cover. also i did make my own black and white seat. not in this pic.

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First, that is truly a thing of beauty !

Second, being new to pullin', will that "skinny little" belt really get the power back to the transaxle ? I would expect it to start slipping long before the tires break loose.

What brand of belt is that ? How many and what size idler pulley spring are you using ?

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Its a kevlar belt. I have two clutch springs and all new pullys. You shouldnt have much slip with that combo. and yes the tire will spin........

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Kevlar or not, without a belt cover on there, I'd be afraid that if the belt broke, I'd be singing soprano :thumbs:

Great looking tractor Chris.

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That's one gorgeous example of :thumbs: muscle right there. Definitely calender material for sure. :thumbs:

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