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Old School Twist On New School Pulling Tractors'


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Old 08-18-2013, 11:41:51 AM
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Default Old School Twist On New School Pulling Tractors'

Here are a few pic's of guys doing a twist on a new Pulling Tractor!!!
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Default Re: Old School Twist On New School Pulling Tractors'

That "830" is a 6030 underneath! i've seen pics of it before...
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That's Tatums "True Grit". Prostocks are all component chassis. Bout all that is "factory stock" is sheet metal and the engine block, and sometimes the block is custom billet..
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As we usta say in the military, "Smokem if ya gottem"
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