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First pull of the season at Big Knob

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pullstart

Congrats!  It looks like there was some tough competition!

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Ralph S
13 minutes ago, pullstart said:

Congrats!  It looks like there was some tough competition!

Only 4 tractors showed up, but a win is a win ! 😆

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20190413_134334.jpg.a9e65f28e9138939dd62ec3caa517d86.jpgHere's me taking slack out of the chains

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ebinmaine

Well done Ralph!!

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Daron1965

Great Job.   May have been more tractors if it wasn't first day of trout season.   

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WHEELHORSEFAN3

Thats pretty close to me, if i had known, i wouldve brought mine ☹

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Ralph S
10 hours ago, WHEELHORSEFAN3 said:

Thats pretty close to me, if i had known, i wouldve brought mine ☹

Bring it to portersville spring show. That's even closer.May 18th and 19th. They usually have them in the morning around 10 AM, Go to there website and contact them for the details. You can find me in the exhibit building dispaying my O gauge train set up.

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WHEELHORSEFAN3

Ill be there ! 

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Ralph S
2 hours ago, WHEELHORSEFAN3 said:

Ill be there ! 

We are having the Pulls at Big Knob every 2nd Saturday of each month and are scheduled till October. It cost 15 for membership and a 3 buck hook fee for all day. The first one will cost ya 18 bucks then after that 3 bucks

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WHEELHORSEFAN3

What are the requirements on type of hitch, hitch height, weights, wheelie bars and starting age ?  My daughter also has a horse she wants to run at the pulls. Thanks  Ralph !

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Ralph S

At Big Knob, you'll need wheelie bars stock sized tires and up to 1500 lbs including the driver. It's all about having fun and my 6 year old grandson will be driving my tractor with me working the clutch. It's a stock class for now until we get more participants. We keep it fair and competitive

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Ralph S

You'll also need a hitch with a 1-1/2" hole or an equivalent shackle to accept the hook.

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MAD MARK
On 4/15/2019 at 7:37 AM, Ralph S said:

Bring it to portersville spring show. That's even closer.May 18th and 19th. They usually have them in the morning around 10 AM, Go to there website and contact them for the details. You can find me in the exhibit building dispaying my O gauge train set up.

 

I live right across Rt19 from the Portersville location. There every year. A couple WH people show up and pull. 

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Ralph S
8 hours ago, MAD MARK said:

 

I live right across Rt19 from the Portersville location. There every year. A couple WH people show up and pull. 

I'm new to the pulling and I have a life membership at the show grounds. I head the exhibit building with the model engines and trains. Stop by and say hey.

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