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Pull Rules

General Rules

Applies to All Classes

1.   Serial numbers must be intact and not tampered with

2.   Gas, diesel and LP gas allowed

3.   Tractors must weigh within limits of each weight class with a 100 lb. tolerance. All tractors must weigh prior to pull

4.   Tractors are allowed two (2) hooks. Powder Puff not included

5.   All tractors to have positive throttle stops

6.   Tractors must retain engine and stock appearance. Board of Directors will have final approval on all tractors

7.   Any add on weights must not extend 11 feet from the center of the rear axle to the furthest most point forward. They cannot extend reward beyond rear tires. Weights or objects that fall on to track while tractor is hooked to sled will result in tractor being disqualified.

8.   All pulls must start with a tight chain. Driver must stay in seat of tractor, no bouncing and hands must be on the steering wheel, hand clutch, hand brakes or throttle at all times during the pull.

9.   Puller will have 100 feet to stabilize their ground speed. If horn blows passed the 100 foot mark it results in immediate disqualification.

10. No differentials or drive line alterations. No shifting of TA’s. TA’s may be shifted in classes weighing 8500 lbs or more.

11. All horizontal ring hitches must have a minimum of a three (3) inch diameter hole. No part of a drawbar may extend rearward beyond point of hook. Drawbar must be stationary in ALL directions.

12. No ball hitches allowed.

13. No one is allowed on the track except puller and officials during the pull. One (1) adult is allowed on the track with a child or inexperienced driver.

14. Pullers under 18 years of age require track official and parent or guardian approval. Anyone under 13 years of age requires a walk beside kill switch in any class they are pulling in.

15. The person pulling the tractor must be capable and responsible enough to pull the tractor by themselves. No riders on the track or in the pits. No exceptions.

16. A protest must be filed within weight class before the next class begins. Any tractor found illegal by official’s decision will be disqualified. Protestor’s tractor will be checked first.

17. Anyone will be disqualified for refusal to comply with rules, non sportsman like conduct, intoxication, or failing to stop when red flagged by track officials. Track officials have the authority to approach any noticed violation to be ruled and advise procedure to correct.

 

Antique Super Farm Stock Classes

1.   1900 through 1959

2.   Tractors must have factory or factory replacement blocks, factory carbs as per tractor model. No MSD boxes but can run electronic ignitions. No fuel in excess of 93 octane allowed and 20 % over factory RPM maximum.

3.   Farm Stock tires 3500 through 5500 no larger than 13.6 on 12 inch rims. 6500 and up 15.5 inch on 14 inch rims, 7000 lb. and up 18.4 on 18 inch rims. No oversized diameter wheels. No pressed steel wheels if not available from factory for model. No cut or ground on tires, which also means no grinding on backside of lug and say that it is road wear.

4.   Front weight bracket and/or weights cannot extend more than 10 feet from the center of the rear axle of the tractor to the furthest point forward.

5.   Must have draw bar max 18 inches in height, length 18 inches or longer from center of rear axle you may have an adjustable drawbar.

6.   Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 40 foot mark; pull is official after the 40 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines. First puller in a class may not pull over. Pull will be measured at point of infraction.

7.   3 mph speed limit up to 7500 lbs.

8.   8500 lbs and up has no speed limit and is allowed a 20” hitch height. Shifting of TA’s is allowed in 8500 lbs and up.

9.   Pressed steel wheels are allowed in 8500 lbs and up.

 

Classic 

1.   1900 to 1959

2.   20” hitch height

3.   4 mph maximum

4.   20% over factory RPM maximum

5.   Pressed steel wheels allowed

6.   Cut tires allowed

7.   16.9 tires on 18 inch max wheel width. 18.4 tires allowed in 6500 lb. class and up.

8.   Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 40 foot mark; pull is official after the 40 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines. First puller in a class may not pull over. Pull will be measured at point of infraction

9.   Front tires may not leave ground more than 18 inches during the pull. Wheelie bars are required on all tractors, must be installed a maximum of 10 inches above ground level and extend 5" past the furthest point of the rear tire.

 

Open

10. 1900 to 1959

11. 20” hitch height

12. 6 mph maximum

13. 20% over factory RPM maximum

14. Pressed steel wheels allowed

15. Cut tires allowed

16. 18.4 maximum tire size

17. Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 40 foot mark; pull is official after the 40 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines. First puller in a class may not pull over. Pull will be measured at point of infraction

18. Front tires may not leave ground more than 18 inches during the pull. Wheelie bars are required on all tractors, must be installed a maximum of 10 inches above ground level and extend 5" past the furthest point of the rear tire.  

 

Outlaw

1.   Any Gear

2.   Any RPM

3.   20” hitch height

4.   Kill Switch mandatory

5.   Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 40 foot mark; pull is official after the 40 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines. First puller in a class may not pull over. Pull will be measured at point of infraction

6.   Front tires may not leave ground more than 18 inches during the pull. Wheelie bars are required on all tractors, must be installed a maximum of 10 inches above ground level and extend 5" past the furthest point of the rear tire.

7.   18.4 max tire size

8.   Cut tires allowed

9.   For safety purposes, all Outlaw tractors must have steel or aluminum side shield in a minimum thickness of .060. All outlaw tractors must have an approved Scatter Blanket or Scatter Shield made of 1/4 inch steel, be 6 inches in width, secured by three (3) - 3/8 inch grade 8 bolts per side. It needs to secure 360 degrees around bell housing, centered over fly wheel and clutch. Inspection of tractor will be performed by tech before weigh in of class.

 

Local Modified Farm Stock

1.   Any year model.

2.   Gas, diesel, or LP gas.

3.   May run any gear.

4.   May run up to 18.4-38. NO CUT TIRES.

5.   Engine must be of same manufacture of tractor with cast iron block and head.

6.   No turbo's or forced air induction systems.

7.   May run any up-draft agricultural carburetor.

8.   RPM's may not exceed 20% over manufacturer high rating.

9.   No speed limit is enforced.

10. Standard hitch rules apply with a 20” hitch height.

11. Tractor weights cannot exceed more than 11' from center of rear axle.

12. Must be equipped with wheelie bars. Bars must be a maximum of 10" above the ground level and extend 5" beyond the farthest point of the tire.

13. Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 40 foot mark; pull is official after the 40 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines. First puller in a class may not pull over. Pull will be measured at point of infraction

NOTE: For Local Farmers who have too large of a tire or too new a tractor to enter in the antique farm stock. Anyone may enter.

 

Turbo Farm Stock

Weight will be run at (10,000, 11,000, and 12,000)

1.   540 Cubic Inches Maximum

2.   Engine must be original for model tractor or a factory replacement

3.   Stock fuel injection pump for series tractor. Rotary pumps may be upgraded to the maximum of an A pump.

4.   Air Shut Off Mandatory

5.   Turbo limited to 2 3/4" inlet and outlet.

6.   Wheelie Bars Mandatory

7.   2750 RPMs Maximum on inline pumps

8.   3000 RPMs Maximum on rotary pumps

9.   RPM's will be checked in line prior to hooking to the sled.

10. Pressed Steel Wheels Allowed

11. No tires wider than 20".

12. 20” hitch height.

13. No cut tires.

14. OEM front ends only. No modifications. No tricycle front ends.

15. No electric or belt driven fuel pumps. Stock transfer pumps only.

16. OEM exhaust and intake manifolds.

17. All tractors must have PTO and Hydraulics present and working or factory manufactured covers in place.

18. No water injection

19. Spring loaded throttles, roll bars, and seatbelts are strongly recommended.

20. Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 100 foot mark; pull is official after the 100 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines and will result in disqualification. First puller in a class may not pull over.

 

Low Cubic Inch Turbo Farm Stock Rotary

Weight will be run at (9,500 and 10,500)

1.   405 Cubic inches Maximum

2.   Rotary Pump Only

3.   Air Shut Off Mandatory

4.   Turbo limited to 2 3/4" inlet and outlet.

5.   Wheelie Bars Mandatory

6.   3000 RPMs Maximum

7.   RPM's will be checked in line prior to hooking to the sled.

8.   Pressed Steel Wheels Allowed

9.   No tires wider than 24".

10. No cut tires.

11. 20” hitch height.

12. OEM front ends only. No modifications. No tricycle front ends.

13. No electric or belt driven fuel pumps. Stock transfer pumps only.

14. OEM exhaust and intake manifolds.

15. All tractors must have PTO and Hydraulics present and working or factory manufactured covers in place.

16. No water injection

17. Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 100 foot mark; pull is official after the 100 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines and will result in disqualification. First puller in a class may not pull over.

 

Low Cubic Inch Turbo Farm Stock Inline

Weight will be run at (9,500 and 10,500)

1.   405 Cubic inches Maximum

2.   Inline pumps allowed

3.   Air Shut Off Mandatory

4.   Turbo limited to 2 3/4" inlet and outlet.

5.   Wheelie Bars Mandatory

6.   2750 RPMs Maximum

7.   RPM's will be checked in line prior to hooking to the sled.

8.   Pressed Steel Wheels Allowed

9.   No tires wider than 24".

10. No cut tires.

11. 20” hitch height.

12. OEM front ends only. No modifications. No tricycle front ends.

13. No electric or belt driven fuel pumps. Stock transfer pumps only.

14. OEM exhaust and intake manifolds.

15. All tractors must have PTO and Hydraulics present and working or factory manufactured covers in place.

16. No water injection

17. Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 100 foot mark; pull is official after the 100 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines and will result in disqualification. First puller in a class may not pull over.

 

Hot Stock

Weight will be run at (10,500, and 12,000)

1.   540 Cubic Inches Maximum

2.   Any fuel pump with maximum of P pump

3.   Air Shut Off Mandatory

4.   Turbo limited to 3” inlet and outlet.

5.   Wheelie Bars Mandatory

6.   Clutch Blanket and Tie Bars Mandatory

7.   Spring loaded throttles, roll bars, and seatbelts are strongly recommended.

8.   3000 RPMs Maximum

9.   RPM's will be checked in line prior to hooking to the sled.

10. Pressed Steel Wheels Allowed

11. No tires wider than 20".

12. No cut tires.

13. 20” hitch height.

14. No tricycle front ends.

15. Any kind of fuel transfer pump allowed

16. OEM exhaust and intake manifolds.

17. Water injection allowed

18. No alcohol

19. Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 100 foot mark; pull is official after the 100 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines and will result in disqualification. First puller in a class may not pull over.   

 

Pure Farm Stock

1.   Stock Engine RPM

2.   1st gear only for 4500, 5500, and 6500lbs. 10500 and 12500 may run any gear.

3.   Stock Wheels & Tires Only

4.   Factory Weights only. No add ons. Suitcase weights are allowed if they were optional on the tractor and must be hung on factory brackets.

5.   Factory Drawbar only. No modifications. Maximum hitch height 18 inches on 4500, 5500 and 6500. 20” hitch height on 10500 and 12500. 

6.   Stock Engine & Factory Block

7.   Pure Farm Stock means straight out of the field. Judges decision is final.

8.   Wheelie bars are allowed.

9.   Each puller has two (2) attempts to pass the 40 foot mark; pull is official after the 40 foot mark has been passed. Pull ends when forward motion of sled is stopped or red flag has been dropped. Pull ends when any part of tractor touches the boundary lines. First puller in a class may not pull over. Pull will be measured at point of infraction