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tractor pull qquestions
|Rick||Hi, I am going to my first tractor pull with my 1950 John Deere B. I'm looking for some advice on what gear to pull in and how much air pressure in the tires. any other things that would give me an edge??????
The motor is not rebuilt but it runs pretty good. Should I use high octane fuel?
|bontai Joe||No to the high octane fuel. Run the air pressure fairly low in the rears. Probably 1st gear is the best choice. Any chance you can add weight to the rear? Load the tires with liquid ballast?
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