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had to put my pro street truck to rest. still have the 500 horsepower engine and the race modified trans. i live in kingsport tn. . is there anyone who knows of a local place i can pull with a small v8 style homebuilt tractor. i am a certified welder and have all the proper tools but cant seem to find anywhere local to run this thing if it comes to happen. travel up to 200 miles would not be a problem. i just need a decent idea of what works and what are the dos and donts. i of course would fly the simplicity colors also. if someone could give me a wesite to xheck on or should i just build the twin briggs i have and put it in a tractor and go garden tractor pulling. i have all this hardware and nothing to do with it.. thanks in advance!!

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Badcars do a search on google for garden tractor pulling or just tractor pulling and you might search for it should give you enough results to keep you busy for a while.........................jim

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