Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Tractor Pulls scaring people away

These farmers don't even use recent tractors in tractor pulls, they use tractors from the 1950s through 1970 especially for tractor pulls around here. (I was going to call them rednecks, but they don't have Confederate flags LOL :-p)   Farm tractors cost 90,000 to $140,000 the most outdated get to be in the tractor pull.  Otherwise, recent John Deere 7410 tractors from the 1990s in the corn fields. These recent John Deere and New Holland last 20 years minimum. Maybe all the millionaires own the John Deere 9RT tractors so the tractor fanbase died off. My tractor pull videos weren't popular, only 40 views on the mediocre talent around here.  There isn't anything that screams watch me at County fairs in this county.
 Nobody wants to add a John Deere tractor on Pinterest I mean.

The remaining fanbase is all about speculation of (old school) mid-20th century technology.

Stock side
4500 nono turbo
5500 non turbo
5700 stock truck
7000 non turbo
6200 stock truck
9500 non turbo
8000 Stock diesel truck
10,500 non turbo (super trophy class)
9500 turbo
11,500 Turbo
12,500 trubo (Super trophy Class)
14,000 Turbo

Hot side
5700 light hot farm
5200 econo mod
6200 limited light super stock
6200 improved stock truck
6000 light mods
5500 econo mod
6200 light hot farm
6200 light mod
6500 light super stock
6500 light open (Glenwood City only)
6200 Street Mod Truck
6500 limited mod
6200 pro stock truck
7500 open mod
7500 light open (Glenwood Only)
8000 open diesel trucks
9500 limited pro stock
10,500 pro farm
9300 super farm
11,000 improved stock
10,000 pro stock
11,000 pro farm
11,500 improved stock

Most advanced tractor in the county right now LOL

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