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Old 10-13-2008, 08:49 AM
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Truck Pullin'

Does anybody here do any "Truck Pullin' with their Fords ?
Here's a pic of mine.
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No Truck Pullin here, That's a nice rig you have there
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Nice one there Tyg. When your doing a pull at one of the events let us know, maybe some of the members could make it to cheer you on. I believe Carlisle is doing pulls next year, come up with us and register for the pulls.
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I love truck pulling. Thinking off building a truck myself. So how do you do at the pulls. Nice truck you pull there. Mind if I PM you with some other questions I might have. Just trying to learn all i can. Sorry Im from Nebraska a bit away from you. Thanks for the input.
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Thanks for the compliments guys. All I need is a good engine for the P.O.S. Right now it's got an old worn out 360 FE in it because the 396 ate a piston.
150ford, there is a good pullin' forum called Reddogs truck pulling talk. Google Reddog Racing and click on the "no summary" response. Lots of guys on there from all over the country, even some from your neck o' the woods.
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Gonna stick with the FE. Hopefully it will be at least 434 cubes.
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Maybe a 460. Ahh I like power.
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No truck pullin' here, however I have been spotted at a few tractor pulls in Olney, PA, on a 12hp cub cadet pulling in the stock/light modified class.
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They have truck pulls (Ford vs Chevy) at the All Truck Nats in Carlisle.

You all coming to next years MidAtlantic meet?
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whats up guys new member I want to get in to pullin and I want to know what motor is good to rebuild for I want to be able to keep driving on the high way every day to so what class would I have to pull in?
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