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Wheel Horse Super Stock Pulling Tractor

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ID: 1   Posted

Trying to get ready for the pulling season and thought I would post a couple pics.

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ID: 2   Posted

And a couple more...

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OH MY GOD...I think you've already won this season based on looks alone. :bow-blue:

Seriously...you're not really planning to get that thing dirty, RU? :)

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:scared-eek: :scared-eek: :bow-blue: :text-datsphatyo: :wicked: :text-coolphotos:

Matt :flags-texas:

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ID: 5   Posted

Do you pull with NIP? I pull with IGTPA.

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ID: 6   Posted

Trying to get ready for the pulling season and thought I would post a couple pics.

:omg::wicked: :happy-smileygiantred:

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ID: 7   Posted

very nice, what chassis did you use? Cub cadet 100?

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ID: 8   Posted

It has a custom built chassis. The only part on the tractor that is cub is the rear end housing. The clutch is a VW and all the gears are aftermarket. Thanks for the nice comments. I enjoy the tractor.

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ID: 9   Posted

A couple more. I run NIP when I have the time, but I didn't get out much last year. Hopefully I can hit more tracks this year.

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ID: 10   Posted

The IGTPA schedule should be coming out real soon. We normally have a pretty good turn out of super stocks. Maybe I'll run into you this year.

Keep an eye out for this one, it's mine.

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ID: 11   Posted

Glad to see this puller is still around, looked it over the other year at Columbus. It's one sharp tractor!

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Frustration should be the name of my tractor right now. I think I am battling a fuel pump that needs to be rebuilt. A little more time and I think I'll have him running well. I am also looking to update the rear-end as well. A 24-25-26-27 without a straight axle. The looked rear works well inside, but it makes it a handful on an uneven (varying traction) track!

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ID: 13   Posted

Columbus is a great pull. The last time I ran there, we ran pretty well, but unfortunately I overloaded the front and never really got hooked up.

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ID: 14   Posted

You guys have some nice tractors there!

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ID: 15   Posted

Wow! That's amazing...

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ID: 16   Posted

Those are some gorgeous tractors. Any chance of some info on your engine mods? Without giving away any trade secrets fo course :naughty:

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ID: 17   Posted

Jones J1 Block bored to 4.125" with a 3.75" Stroke. Mechanically fuel injected (Hilborn) on Alcohol (Methanol). Custom Aluminum Head. The engine gets about 2 runs on a quart of Methanol.

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ID: 18   Posted

sweet :eek: :eek: :eek::bow-blue: :ychain:

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ID: 19   Posted

Frustration should be the name of my tractor right now. I think I am battling a fuel pump that needs to be rebuilt. A little more time and I think I'll have him running well. I am also looking to update the rear-end as well. A 24-25-26-27 without a straight axle. The looked rear works well inside, but it makes it a handful on an uneven (varying traction) track!

The name "Frustration" describes my first season pulling. I was pretty sure I could be competitive in the class I was running with a belt drive Wheel Horse, I was wrong. I built the Cub out of frustration. Oh well, at least it's Wheel Horse red. I was the points champion with our club in my class the first year I pulled with this tractor.

I run a Dodge Dart carrier and axles, it's held up well and is pretty easy to steer by shifting my weight. It's not locked ( our rules won't allow it) but it still digs two holes in the end of the track if I can pick the right gear.

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ID: 20   Posted

Know of anyone wanting to get rid of a rear end?

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ID: 21   Posted

Not right off hand but if I hear of one I'll send you a PM.

Our schedule is out, we're starting late this year, June 8th, but it's non stop after that. There are 6 pulls in June alone, 21 altogether and they usuall add a couple after the season starts. My diesel bill for the truck is going to be ugly this year.

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ID: 22   Posted

The looked rear works well inside, but it makes it a handful on an uneven (varying traction) track!

here is why you dont want a locked rear...

http://youtu.be/zGUng5gbAgc

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ID: 23   Posted

That's scary. Now you see why I want to build a new rear. I'd rather not take a ride like that.

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ID: 24   Posted

so what u did to this is built your own frame and added a cub tranny

so what u did to this is built your own frame and added a cub tranny

so u got any drawing of this frame an how u built it

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ID: 25   Posted

I don't have any drawings, but I can take some pics of any areas if you would like.

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