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Old 06-07-2009, 09:10 PM
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Hi all, I went to a car show today and they had about 10 GT's pulling. The cars were nice but here a few pics of the Cub pullers, from mild to semi wild. The wildest machine was actually "green."
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Old 06-07-2009, 09:13 PM
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This JD a Briggs Vanguard 18 HP in it. It was pretty nice for a Green mchine.
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Mike,
How was the pull? I was in Philly all weekend and couldn't attend. Did you find anything out about the club? How long did you stay? Are they having any other pulls in the near future? Jason
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Old 06-07-2009, 11:28 PM
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It was kinda small, less than a dozen tractors but half were Cubs. :biggrin2.gif:We stayed about 1 1/2 hours. I asked the one guy about a club but he said noone one was having luck organizing one. He said there were 75 tractors at Lazarus pig farm on Rte 248 on Saturday. It also seemed it would be just pullers. I sent you a pic of the 102 on your phone, from my phone. That was the most stock machine. He had a K301 in it, instead of the K241. Big AGs as seen in the first pic.
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Mike,
Glad you enjoyed the pull, and nice to know that the CC's were well represented! That's weird about the club, the one guy I spoke with at Marzen's seemed to imply there was one, but maybe he was just confused. I didn't get the picture you sent to my phone (I didn't have a message either), but thanks for trying to send me one. Jason
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