Northville antique tractor show and pull

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ttpilot
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Northville antique tractor show and pull

Post by ttpilot » Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:14 pm

Was down to the valley to the pull and show had a grand day lots of fun lots of tractors hot cider etc heres a few pictures of the guys playing with the drag and of course my cropmaster loaded up pulling big trucks out of the mud etc hope you all like em Doug

http://s186.photobucket.com/albums/x76/ ... or%20pull/

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Donn500
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RE: Northville antique tractor show and pull

Post by Donn500 » Wed Oct 14, 2009 4:39 pm

Ttpilot,
Looks like some heavy duty pulling there. :shock: Really enjoyed the pictures. Thanks for sharing them with everyone.
Donn
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Post by John.Newman » Mon Oct 19, 2009 9:37 am

Wonder how long the axle bearings would last in some of these tractors?
Here on Oz, the vintage tractor group "National Heritage Machinery Association" have a ruling that tractor weights can not exceed origional manufacturer's max ballasted weight and if the front wheels raise, pulling must stop immediately for safety. How-ever, there are pulling groups who do their own thing and have lots of fun.

John

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