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Dairyland Garden Tractor Pullers

CONTACT:

Brandon Kahl, President- 715-651-7022

Charlie Boese, Vice President- 715-418-9286

 

 

GENERAL RULES:

* Membership fee will be $35.00 per tractor and will include 1 tee shirt. Membership fee will be $30.00 per tractor without tee shirt. Multiple tractor families will be charged full price for the first tractor and $30.00 for each additional tractor with a tee shirt or $25.00 for each additional tractor without a tee shirt. Pullers do not need to be members to pull. Extra tee shirts will be available for purchase, cost depends on size

* MEMBERSHIP CARDS MUST BE USED TO REGISTER AT ALL PULLS (except Hometown)

* Not responsible for typographical errors and misinterpreted rules. If you have a question, please call and ask

* NSF checks – violator will NOT be allowed to pull until the check is paid, including any bank surcharges. The violator will no longer be able to write checks to Dairyland Garden Tractor Pullers

* Tractor points will be tracked at each pull, excluding Hometown. Season points will only be given to members with a completed membership form on file in that member’s class

* Hook fees are as follows:

– Hometown: $7.00/hook, 1st -2nd-3rd place ribbons will be awarded depending on number of tractors

– Stock: $10.00/hook, 1st-2nd-3rd place ribbons will be awarded depending on number of tractors

– Hot Stock and Twin Cylinder: $10.00/hook for members and $12.00/hook for non-members

– Stock Altered, Outlaw, Outlaw Open, 4 Cylinder Open, Unlimited Open, and Diesel: $20.00/hook for members and $25.00/hook for non-members

* Stock through Diesel will receive a payout, and will be paid to the top 3 tractors in each class if between 4 and 9 tractors. If there are more than 10 tractors the payout will be to the top 4. If there are 3 tractors the payout will be to the top 2 places, and if there are 2 tractors the payout will be 1 place. The Hot Stock 800# class will also receive 1st,2nd, and 3rd place sponsored trophies at each event

* Late entries (after the drivers’ meeting) will pay an additional $5.00/day

* ALL NON-MEMBERS pulling in any class except Hometown will pay an additional $10.00/day to cover the cost of insurance

* Participants must sign an insurance waiver, if participant is under the age of 18, a legal guardian must also sign the waiver

* Please try to name your tractor because the points are awarded to the tractor, not the driver

* One driver per tractor per class

* Tractors may only pull in 2 classes. In the Hot Stock you can only pull in 2 of the 3 weight classes

* Once the class has started there will be NO REFUNDS for that class

* Shoes must be worn in all classes and must completely cover your feet (no flip flops, etc. allowed)

* Long pants are mandatory in all classes

* All drivers must wear DOT approved helmets which must be secured when pulling & remain on head until the tractor has stopped

* All tractors must pass a safety inspection prior to pulling. Tractors will not be allowed to pull if they do not have the safety sticker visible on tractor and paperwork on file

* Drivers will not consume any alcohol before or during the pull. If your child is under the age of 18, and you have signed as their legal guardian, you cannot consume alcohol during the pull until your minor child is done pulling

* Fire jackets are required for all tractors running in Outlaw, Outlaw Open, 4 Cylinder, Unlimited Open, or Diesel classes. Additionally, fire pants are required for tractors running in the above classes that have a roll cage. If any tractor runs on alcohol the driver must wear a fire jacket and pants, E85 included

* All drivers in the Outlaw, Outlaw Open, 4 Cylinder Open, Unlimited Open, and Diesel classes will be required to push their tractors back to the eliminator. Tractors will not be allowed to backup under their own power. At the end of the pull all drivers in these classes are required to put their tractor in neutral and have both hands in the air while unhooking. You will be signaled when unhooked

* All tractors must have working brakes

* All tractors must have fenders covering ¼ of each rear tire

* No attachments will be allowed on the tractor except in the Hometown class, where the mower deck is allowed

* All tractors must have at least a 3” backrest on the seat. The seat and backrest must be able to support the driver

* Hitch height to be 10” (or factory) for Hometown, 10” for Stock, and 13” for all other classes. Hitch cannot extend past the face of the rear tires and must be rigid- no swing bars. Hitch height must be checked each time you pass over the scale. Hitch hole must be 1-1/2” minimum

* Wheelie bars must not exceed 5” from the ground and cannot be less than 5” behind the face of the rear tires or the bottom of front tire must not exceed 20” from the ground while wheelie bars are in contact with the ground. Wheelie bars must support the weight of the tractor. Rear bumper bars are recommended

* A neutral safety switch or clutch pedal switch is required for all tractors running the 4 Cylinder class and above. This is recommended for tractors running Outlaw and Outlaw Open as well

* All tractors must weigh-in and check hitch height before pulling

* Tractors will not be worked on after they have reached the track except for adjusting weights

* Only the driver and one crew member will be allowed on the track to hook or unhook. If the tractor has problems we will allow more help to enter the track area (We want to be safe but we also want everyone to have fun and pull)

* The driver can wave off their pull prior to the wave-off mark. The driver will be allowed to hook one more time and he/she may adjust weight but, not remove or add weights. Each tractor gets 2 attempts prior to the wave off mark. Clay tracks will have a 75’ wave-off mark and blacktop tracks will have a 50’ wave-off mark. This may change if needed, and will be announced at the drivers meeting

* In the event of a pull-off, the tractor only gets 1 attempt to move the sled. Tractor must be ready to pull within 3 minutes once the class ends. Tractors must re-weigh and check hitch height

* We do not have a re-hook option unless the sled weight is changed (see below). This may change at some events and will be announced at the drivers meeting

* If the weight of the sled is changed, the driver will drop to last after the weight has been changed

* The chain on the sled may be raised for classes that allow slicks on blacktop

* All drivers must be able to completely and safely operate the tractor they are driving

* Drivers must remain seated with feet firmly on the foot boards while pulling down the track. Handles on top of the fenders are highly suggested

* Assistance may be given at the starting line however absolutely no assistance after 50 feet. Any coaching down the track must be done from outside of the white lines. All drivers must stop their own tractor. Tractors helped or stopped by anyone other than the sled operator will be disqualified. This will be determined by the sled operator and/or the flagman

* If any weight falls off the tractor during a pull, and is seen by flagman or sled operator the tractor will be disqualified. All other items that fall off will be considered mechanical and will be measured at that point. Please secure all items for everyone’s safety. It is the driver’s responsibility to check their tractors before each pull

* If tractor goes out of bounds (any tire of the tractor) the tractor will be disqualified.  Sled operator and/or flagman’s decision

* All tractors must stop when red flag is waved. The flagman and sled operator are in control of the track.

* Un-sportsman like conduct will not be tolerated

* All tractors must be operated in a safe manner at all times. This means in the pit area, driving onto the track, and driving off the track. Hot-rodding will not be tolerated and will be watched closely. If this is a problem, the driver will be disqualified and possibly suspended from pulling

* Tear down is allowed. If a participant believes another tractor is illegal to run in the class for which it has registered they must contact the President or Vice President and provide $50.00 up front. The request to tear down must be given at least 5 minutes before they pull. Once the driver is notified that they are to be torn down, they must bring their tractor to the announcer’s stand. Club officials will complete tear down with the club’s tools and check list. If, after tear down, the tractor is deemed legal the tractor will get the $50.00; If deemed illegal the participant who challenged the tractor will be given their $50.00 back. If tractor is loaded after notification, they will be considered illegal and will lose points from year to date including that pull. Anyone found illegal will not receive a placing for the day and cannot pull with DGTP until proven legal

* ALL drivers are required to attend pre-pull drivers meeting.  Announcements made at the Driver’s meeting will take precedence

* National Anthem will be played following the driver’s meeting. No running engines, working on tractors, or weighing-in during National Anthem. Please show respect for the communities and all who have served our country during this time

 

Hometown:

* 800# Class

* 1,000# Class

* This class will not be awarded points or trophies but will receive ribbons

* At registration time, each tractor will be put in numeric order, receive a post it note with the number the tractor is to pull. This is to keep the Hometown tractors in order for pulling

* Each puller will have 3 minutes to hook to the eliminator

* Open to tractors with 1 or 2 cylinder engines and must have stock drive train for that make and model tractor. All components must be in the original location and configuration

* Engine and transmission modifications are not allowed

* Max. RPM’s cannot to exceed 3600 at full throttle. Wired governors are not allowed

* Must use 92-octane maximum pump gas

* Straight pipes are allowed but must point upward

* Hitches must be in stock location or must be 10” or lower. Hometown hitches must be inspected. No aftermarket hitches allowed. The hitch must be deemed safe. The driver must provide a clevis as hooking aid. Tractors with 3-point hitch must use stock draw bar. The hitch will not extend past the face of the rear tires

* No aftermarket weight bars allowed in this class. The original mower deck mounting carriage can be used to attach weights in the original location of the mower deck.  All other weights must be strapped on. Sitting on weights is allowed as long as they are strapped on. The safety of strapped on weights will be up to the safety techs

* Wheelie bars are not required but are highly suggested. If you don’t have wheelie bars track officials will hold tractor’s front end down upon start of pull

* No attachments are allowed except mower deck

* Turf and bar tires are allowed if they are factory size.  ATV tires are not allowed

* No oversized or sticky tires allowed (Max tire size is 23-10.50)

* No cut or sharpened tires

* If any rule in this class cannot be met, the tractor will be moved to Stock or Hot Stock

 

STOCK:

* 950# Class

* 1,050# Class

* Open to single and twin cylinder tractors, 18hp and lower, with original rear end and transmission.

* All engines to be maximum of 3,600 rpm. Stock engines only

* If RPM limit cannot be achieved the tractor will be moved to Hot Stock class

* Random RPM check’s may be performed during the season and will be announced at the start of the class. The RPM check will happen after the tractor has pulled. If an RPM check is made on 1 tractor the entire class will be checked. It is the owner’s responsibility to check RPM’s during the season to ensure that they are within the limits. The check at the safety inspection does not protect you for the entire year

* Tractor must use 92 octane max pump gas

* Exhaust may be modified but must point upward

* Electric fans are allowed

* Tractors must have reverse, and must be able to backup under their own power.  All tractors must show that they can back up on their own

* Transmission modifications are not allowed, including chain and/or v-belt. If it had a belt you must run a belt. Strengthening is allowed (Installing a Dart rear end is considered strengthening)

* Pulleys and gears can be changed throughout the season but all tractors will remain 3 speeds with a working reverse

* No rear differential modifications other than strengthening

* Must have emergency tether

* All exposed moving parts must be shielded

* Front axle must be in stock location

* The tractor MUST be stock length

* Any replacement parts on the tractor must be of the original maker or factory replacement. They must be of factory specifications, other than flywheels. Cosmetic changes including sheet metal are allowed

* Wheelie bars are mandatory

* Tire size not to exceed 23×10.50×12 on blacktop and must have visible tread. Sticky tires are NOT allowed

* Dirt tire size not to exceed 23×10.50×12 and can be Carlisle, Ag tires, or ATV tires. Sharpening tires is allowed. You can only sharpen the original lug- cutting an additional lug between the factory lugs is illegal. No pulling tires

*Aluminum wheels are allowed

 

HOT STOCK:

* 800# Class Age 14 years (as of the first pull) and under only.

* 950# Class

* 1,050# Class

* Tractors in this class can pull in 2 of the 3 weight classes

* Open to single cylinder tractors with original transmission housing and differential housing

* RPM Limits:

– 18 hp and up- 4,000 rpm

– 16 hp with stock cast flywheel- 4,000 rpm, 16 hp with billet steel flywheel- 4,400 rpm

– 14 hp with stock cast flywheel- 4,000 rpm, 14 hp with billet steel flywheel- Open RPM

* Any engine running over 4,000 rpm without a billet steel flywheel will not be able to pull

* If RPM cannot be achieved the tractor will be moved to Stock Altered Class

* Engine block must be a factory garden tractor production part- no aftermarket blocks

* Bore not to exceed 0.030 over factory (ex- K321 factory bore: 3.500”, max bore: 3.530”)

* Stock valve size and stock valve location- no offset valve guides

* Lift not to exceed 0.324” (measured at valve)

* Stock factory production crankshaft with factory stroke

* Aftermarket connecting rods are allowed if stock length

* Aftermarket stock-style pistons are allowed

* Piston must top out flush or below engine deck height

* No altering, grinding, or polishing port- must remain as-cast

* No carburetor spacers

* No reverse-port engines

* Must use unaltered factory production cylinder head- must retain bottom casting lip

* Must use stock head gasket

* Carburetor must be a factory production part, with factory throat. Bottom adjust modification allowed

* Aftermarket ignition system is allowed

* Electric fuel pump allowed but must be wired through tether switch

* Fuel must be gasoline, with maximum octane rating of 110- No alchohol

* Exhaust can be modified, but must point upward

* Governor must be in place for 16 hp and up

* Random RPM checks may be performed during the season and will be announced at the start of the class. The RPM check will happen after the tractor has pulled. If a RPM check is made on 1 tractor the entire class will be checked. It is the owner’s responsibility to check RPM’s during the season to ensure that they are within the limits. The check at the safety inspection does not protect you for the entire year

* Periodically two tractors may be randomly drawn to remove head and carb for inspection. This includes both members and non-members participating at that day’s event

* All flywheels must be shielded with 1/8” steel or ¼” aluminum unless you are using a balanced billet steel flywheel. Stock shielding is allowed if running a balanced billet steel flywheel or if running 4,000 rpm or less

* Electric fans are allowed

* Starter carts are allowed

* Tractors must have reverse, and be able to backup under their own power.  All tractors must show that they can back up on their own to the sled (NO exceptions)

* Pulleys and gears can be changed throughout the season but all tractors will remain 3 speeds with a working reverse. Tractors with multiple speeds will still need to have a working reverse

* Transmission modifications are not allowed, including chain and/or v-belt. If the tractor came belt drive, it must remain belt drive. Strengthening will be allowed. (Installing a Dart rear end is considered strengthening). Frame dictates transaxle setup- not sheet metal

* No rear differential modifications other than strengthening

* Must have dead-man’s throttle and an emergency tether

* Front axle must be in stock location, however spindle modifications are allowed

* The tractor MUST be stock length

* Wheelie bars are mandatory

* Tire size not to exceed 26x12x12 on blacktop and must have visible tread.  Sticky tires are NOT allowed

*  Dirt tire size not to exceed 26x12x12 and can be Carlisle, Ag tires, or ATV tires. Sharpening tires is allowed. You can only sharpen the original lug, cutting an additional lug between the factory lugs is illegal. No pulling tires (Vogul, Nichols, Cepek, Pitbull, etc.) or double cuts

* Aluminum wheels are allowed

 

Twin Cylinder

* 950# Class

* 1,050# Class

* No engine modifications except governor and exhaust. If exhaust is modified it must point upward.  The governor has to be in place. Aftermarket points are not allowed. Air cleaners are not required

* 25 horse and below can run up to 4,000 RPM; 26 horse and above can run up to 3,600 RPM

* If RPM cannot be achieved the tractor will be moved to the Outlaw class

* Stock stroke must be maintained and cylinder bore not to exceed .030 over

* Stock head gaskets must be used

* Tractor must use gasoline with a maximum 92 octane rating

* All flywheels must be shielded with 1/8” steel or ¼” aluminum unless you are using steel balanced flywheel. Stock flywheels may use factory shield if tractor is running stock governed RPM’s

* Electric fans are allowed

* All exposed moving parts must be shielded

* Transmission modifications are not allowed, including chain and/or v-belt. If it had a belt you must run a belt. Transmission swap is legal

* Pulleys and gears can be changed throughout the season

* No rear differential modifications other than strengthening

* Must have dead-man’s throttle and an emergency tether

* Front axle must be in stock location

* The tractor must be stock length

* Wheelie bars are mandatory

* Random RPM checks may be performed after the tractor has pulled. If a RPM check is made on 1 tractor the entire class will be checked

* Any replacement parts on the tractor must be of the original maker or factory replacement. They must be of factory specifications, other than flywheels. Cosmetic changes including sheet metal are allowed. Must have hood

* Tire size not to exceed 26x12x12 on blacktop and must have visible tread. Sticky tires are NOT allowed

* Dirt tire size not to exceed 26x12x12 and can be Carlisle, Ag tires, or ATV tires. Sharpening tires is allowed. You can only sharpen the original lug, cutting an additional lug between the factory lugs is illegal. No pulling tires or double cuts

* Starter carts are allowed

* Aluminum wheels are allowed

 

STOCK ALTERED:

* 1,000# Class

* 1,100# Class

* Single cylinder engine tractors only

* Unlimited RPM’s.

* Cylinder bore, head, and valves and must be in stock location. Connecting rod can be any length but stock stroke must be maintained. Valve lift not to exceed .330 and valve size not to exceed 1.380 for 16hp and 1.4375 for 18 hp. Up to .030 over bore is allowed

* Carburetor not to exceed 1.2 inch venturi size and no air entering after the 1.2 inch restriction while running gas, and 1.0 inch while running alcohol, 1” standoff is allowed, and 3” maximum diameter on the velocity stack is allowed. Choke shafts and plates are not required

* Racing fuel may be used with a 1.2 inch venturi carb

* No aftermarket blocks (J2 Block, Wholam, Jones, Midwest ). Stock block is required

* Performance parts are allowed

* Electric fuel pumps are allowed but must be wired through the emergency tether switch. All fuel systems and lines will be inspected

* Must run steel flywheel

* All belts and clutches must be guarded completely

* Must have dead-man’s throttle and emergency tether

* Front axle can be moved to front of frame

* Maximum tractor wheelbase is 56”, total tractor length not to exceed 96”

* Must run garden tractor hood and frame. They may come from different makes and models but must resemble a garden tractor

* Fenders may be custom made but must resemble garden tractor type fender and must cover ¼ of each rear tire

* Fire jacket and pants must be worn when running alcohol

* ATV, BAR, or PULLING tires are allowed

* Tire size not to exceed 26x12x12 (dirt or blacktop)

* Aluminum wheels are allowed

 

OUTLAW:

* 1,100# Class

* 1,150# Class

* 50 ½ cubic inch

* 600cc 2 cycle

* 750cc 4 valve

* 850cc 2 valve

* 2-4 cylinder snowmobile, ATV, and motorcycle engines are allowed

* Multiple engines are allowed but may not exceed displacement maximum and may not exceed 4 cylinders

* Automotive type engines are NOT allowed

* Electric fuel pumps are allowed but must be wired through the emergency tether switch. All fuel systems and lines will be inspected

* Fuel tank location is optional. Fuel shutoff valve must be visible

* Coolant catch cans must be used on all tractors using engine coolant

* Alcohol is allowed

* Complete shielding around clutches

* Must have proper shields on all moving parts! Full shielding is mandatory to prevent clothing from becoming entangled

* Must have dead-man’s throttle and an emergency tether

* Rear differentials can be completely altered

* Fenders are required and hoods are recommended. Try to keep garden tractor appearance

* Fire extinguishers are mandatory and must be easily removable

* Maximum tractor wheelbase is 96”. Total tractor length not to exceed 120”

* Must run turf tires on blacktop not to exceed 26x12x12. May run AG tires backwards

* Dirt tire size is 26x12x12

* Aluminum wheels are allowed

 

OUTLAW OPEN:

* 1,250# Class

* 1,350# Class

* 601-1,000cc 2 stroke

* 1,500cc 4 stroke max

* 2-4 cylinder snowmobile, ATV, and motorcycle engines are allowed

* Multiple engines are allowed but, may not exceed displacement maximum and may not exceed 4 cylinders

* No automotive type engines

* Electric fuel pumps are allowed but must be wired through the emergency tether switch. All fuel systems and lines will be inspected

* Fuel tank location is optional but highly suggested to be outside of the hood. Fuel shutoff valve must be visible

* Coolant catch cans must be used on all tractors using engine coolant

* Alcohol is allowed

* Complete shielding around clutches

* Must have proper shields on all moving parts! Full shielding is mandatory to prevent clothing from becoming entangled

* Must have dead-man’s throttle and an emergency tether

* Drivers must be at least 14 years old and must be experienced

* Rear end differentials can be completely altered

* Fenders are required and hoods are recommended. Try to keep a garden tractor appearance

* Fire extinguishers are mandatory, and must be easily removable

* Maximum tractor wheelbase is 96”. Total tractor length not to exceed 120”

* Must run turf tires on blacktop not to exceed 26x12x12. May run AG tires backwards

* Dirt tire size is 26x12x12

* Aluminum wheels are allowed

 

4 Cylinder Automotive Open

* 1,450# Class

* 1,600# Class

* One 4 cylinder automotive engine/ marine engine blocks are not allowed

* Turbo-charging is allowed.Turbo must be shielded and Tee bolts are required

* Straight pipes are allowed and must point upward

* Electric fuel pumps are allowed but must be wired through the emergency tether switch. All fuel systems and lines will be inspected

* Fuel will be restricted to 114 octane

* Alcohol is allowed

* Coolant catch cans must, be used on all tractors using engine coolant

* Harmonic balancers must be shielded (1/8” steel or ¼” aluminum)

* Transmission blanket on automatic transmissions or 180 degree shielding on manual transmissions is required. 1/8” steel or ¼” aluminum are minimum thicknesses

* Must have dead-man’s throttle and an emergency tether

* Must be 14 years of age or experience will be determined by the directors

* Driver activated safety start switch is required

* Wheelie bars are required and bumper bars are recommended

* Brakes are required

* Fire extinguisher is required

* The use of a neck brace is highly suggested

*  All tractors in this class are required to have a roll cage. All roll cages are required to have 2 bars over the top and 2 bars down the back, behind the driver. All bars must be secured to the frame. SFI specs are highly recommended. Minimum thickness of the bars is .095 or 13 gauge mild steel and must be minimum 1” diameter. Bars will be checked and must pass the safety inspection. A 4 or 5 point harness is required.

* Maximum tractor wheelbase is 96”, total tractor length not to exceed 120”

* Maximum tire size is 31-15.5. Slicks are allowed

 

 

Unlimited Open

* 1600# Class

* 1700# Class

* Maximum 420 cubic inch

* Straight pipes are allowed and must point upward

* Turbo-charging is allowed. Turbo must be shielded and Tee bolts are required. Two turbo’s maximum. Multiple turbo’s will not be allowed to run in series

* Electric fuel pumps are allowed but must be wired through the emergency tether switch. All fuel systems and lines will be inspected

* Marine engines are allowed

* No turbine engines allowed

* Coolant catch cans must, be used on all tractors using engine coolant

* Harmonic balancers must be shielded (1/8” steel or ¼” aluminum)

* Transmission blanket on automatic transmissions or 180 degree shielding on manual transmissions is required. 1/8” steel or ¼” aluminum are minimum thicknesses

* Must have dead-man’s throttle and an emergency tether

* Must be 14 years of age or experience will be determined by the directors

* Driver activated safety start switch is required

* Wheelie bars are required and bumper bars are recommended

* All tractors must have working rear or pinion brakes. The brakes must be operated using your feet

* Fire extinguisher is required

* The use of a neck brace is highly suggested

* All tractors are required to have a roll cage. The bars must consist of two bars over the driver and two down the back, behind the driver. All bars must be secured to the tractors frame. SFI specs are highly recommended. Minimum thickness of the bars is .095 or 13 gauge mild steel and must be 1” minimum diameter. Bars will be checked and must pass the safety inspection. A 4 or 5 point harness is required

* Maximum tractor wheelbase is 96”, total tractor length not to exceed 120”

* On blacktop the maximum tire size is 31-15.5. Slicks are allowed

* On clay the maximum tire size is 31-15.5 on 4 cylinder engines, and 26x12x12 tires on V6 and V8

 

Diesel Class:

* 1,800# Class

* 1,900# Class

* Maximum 4 cylinders (this is subject to change during pulling season)

* Turbo charging is allowed. Turbo must be shielded and Tee bolts are required. 2 turbos are allowed on engines 3.0L and lower

* Water injection only

* Coolant catch cans must be used on all tractors using engine coolant

* Harmonic balancers must be shielded (1/8” steel or ¼” aluminum)

* Transmission blanket on automatic transmissions or 180 degree shielding on manual transmissions is required. 1/8” steel or ¼” aluminum are minimum thicknesses

* Must have dead-man’s throttle and an emergency tether attached to the air shut-off on the intake manifold. Shut-off must be spring loaded to fail in the closed position

* Must be 14 years of age or experience will be determined by the directors

* Driver activated safety start switch is required

* Wheelie bars are required and bumper bars are recommended

* All tractors must have working rear or pinion brakes. The brakes must be operated using your feet

* Fire extinguisher is required

* The use of a neck brace is highly suggested

* All tractors will be required to have a roll cage in this class. The bars must consist of two bars over the driver and two down the back, behind the driver. All bars must be secured to the tractors frame. SFI specs are highly recommended. Minimum thickness of the bars is .095 or 13 gauge mild steel and must be 1” minimum diameter. Bars will be checked and must pass the safety inspection. A 4 or 5 point harness is required

* Maximum tractor wheelbase is 96”. Total tractor length not to exceed 120”

* On blacktop the maximum tire size is 31-15.5. Slicks are allowed

* On clay the maximum tire size is 26x12x12

 

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2018 Pulling Order:   Club Officers:
800# Hometown President: Brandon Kahl
950# Stock Vice President: Charlie Boese
800# Hot stock
1100# Outlaw Secretary/ Treasurer: Pam & Drew Dumke
1000# Stock Altered
950# Twin Directors:
1250# Outlaw Open Irvin Evenson
1450# 4 Cylinder Matt Riste
1600# Unlimited Open Justin Dauscher
1800# Diesel Rollie Keeley
1000# Hometown Cody McGee
950# Hot stock Merle Larson
1150# Outlaw
1050# Stock Altered Alternates:
1050# Stock Dave Dumke
1050# Twin Jerry Loftus
1050# Hot Stock Mick Luehmann
1350 Outlaw Open Dan Behling
1600# 4 Cylinder
1700# Unlimited Open Safety/ Tech:
1900# Diesel Matt Keeley
Gunner Kukk

Ron Erickson

Gary Thill

 

Sled Committee:

Dave Dumke

Mick Luehmann

Cody McGee

Matt Larson

Merle Larson

Drew Dumke

Brandon Kahl