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Hello everyone, I am looking at a wheel horse to convert to a pulling tractor. I have the opportunity to purchase a 1988 520h. Would this be a good tractor to pull and is this a good tractor overall? 

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I don't think it would be the best candidate for a competitive pulling tractor. If it is just for fun and you are basically just going to keep it stock and add sum tires and stack sum weight on it then have fun. most pullers seem to stick with standard transmissions and the 520H is a hydro.    

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:text-yeahthat: Hydro's do not make good pullers!

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