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Safety:All Modified tractors must have a working safety kill switch and will be checked this is an insurance requirement.
Wheelie bars are required in ALL classes and should not be attached to the draw bar in any way. Minimum requirements for the wheelie bars are as follows; 10" maximum above ground. The back of the wheelie bar is to extend 5" behind the tire radius. Pads = 5" square minimum, spaced minimum of 20" from outside each pad. Wheelie bar system must be able to support the weight of the tractor in the heaviest class pulled. Jacking up the pads so the tractor is completely off the ground is a good test of the strength of the system’s support ability and the Mean Green Pulling Team reserves the right to perform this test at its discretion.
Draw Bar: Draw bars must not exceed 20 inches in height or be less than 18 inches from center of axle to hooking point. No part of draw bar may extend rearward beyond point of hook. Draw bars must be stationary in all directions.
Drawbar must have a 3" hole and be a minimum of ¾" square or round for hooking to Sled. No clevises. It is preferred that the drawbar be attached under the belly of the tractor.
All tractors will have a 6” gap in rear weights above the drawbar. This is to allow ease of hooking to the sled. You will be allowed to move the weights. Refusal to provide clearance will result in a disqualification.
Tires: 18.4 are 18.4 even if less than 38 in diameter
40 lbs weight variance
Do not pull sled or any part of tractor thru door of building. It Will Result in a DQ A full pull finish line will be marked.
Any tractor or puller found to be unsafe or illegal may be disqualified and or barred from hooking. Protests and disputes must be made before the end of the class in which the issue occurred. Protestor’s tractor will be examined first; then and only then will the protested tractor be checked. Any protest filed with the flag man or track person will result in both the tractor and the protester’s tractor being checked. The protester must be a puller in the same class.
Any member may bring a tractor to the rules committee’s attention without having his tractor involved in a protest.
You must go to the flag man or track judges to protest a tractor. Rules committee has the right to protest any tractor at any time on or off the track. Rules Committee will perform Random rpm checks at Tunica. Any puller at anytime, whether protested or not. All decisions are final. All judge’s decisions are final. Track judges have the right to stop the pull at anytime. Tractors with side shields may be inspected at the discretion of track officials or club officers. Refusal to remove shields upon a request by an official will result in disqualification and forfeiture of all entry fees.
IH truck motors ok, If tractor came with 4 cylinders it must still have 4 cylinders, but cannot pull in stock classes if it is not the original motor. Heads, blocks (jugs) must be the same manufacturer as the crankcase and frame. (Replacement manufacturer allowed) The term "REPLACEMENT PART" is defined as any part that was available for that tractor make and model of that era, or reproduction parts that duplicate the original part. ALL REPLACEMENT PARTS MUST MEET RULES COMMITTEE APPROVAL. (Example: 450-LP reproduction heads are allowed)
Farm Stock 1 and 2 tractors must use any single agricultural type carburetor with the same number of barrels, throats and draft direction as originally manufactured is allowed. Modified Tractors must have a carburetor of the original draft type as manufactured within 2” of the original location. No multiple carburetors allowed
Speed limits begin when the front of the sled passes the cone.
THE FIRST PULLER in all classes may throw out his first pull and request a re-pull provided the first was deemed legal. He must make the request and re-pull immediately following the first pull and before leaving the track. Weights may be moved from front to rear or rear to front but no additional weights may be added. Drawbar height must not exceed 20" after any adjustments and may be checked by officials prior to the re-pull. The re-pull cannot be delayed until later in the pulling order. The results of the second pull will become the official record for the pull even if it should be a disqualification or of a shorter distance. If necessitated by a sled malfunction or by request of the sled operator or a track official puller must re-hook immediately. No adjustments to the tractor. The puller may not leave the track before re-pulling. Violation will result in a DQ. A puller not adhering to this rule in a "pull off" will be given last place in the pull off.
unless stated otherwise, payback will be 40% to the top five places with added money in all classes. Any monies or trophies not claimed within thirty (30) days shall become the property of and deposited to the account of The Mean Green Pulling Team.
FARMSTOCK I CLASSES (3 MPH any gear)
No aluminum parts allowed except an after market fuel tank.
Pre-1960 tractors with stock original engines; Hang on weights are allowed with same hitch height and weight locations as modified classes. No cut or intentionally altered tires...Radials allowed...Maximum tire size: 16.9 X 38 up to and including 5500lb 18.4x38 all other classes...10% Overstock RPM allowance. Wheelie bars required.
FARMSTOCK II CLASSES (3-1/2 MPH any gear)
Pre-1960 Tractors with stock engines...Top cut tires allowed...Maximum tire size:16.9 X 38 up to and including 5500#...18.4 X 38 for all other weight divisions. Radials allowed...Hang on weights permitted...10% over stock RPM allowed...Wheelie bars and break-away switches are mandatory Hitch height and weight locations are same as modified classes.
MODIFIED CLASSES (4 MPH any gear)
Pre-1960 Tractors with internal engine modifications...Spacer plates, girdles, power blocks, 12 port heads...800 heads and jugs are allowed... All parts must be of tractor origin...18.4 X 38 max. tire size...any cut, any rim width...no duals...Radials allowed...Weights: 11' from center of rear axle to furthest point of front weights...Rear weights must not extend beyond rear tires...20% over stock RPM...4 MPH Max and 8 MPH Max...20" draw bar height, 18" back from rear axle...Wheelie bars & breakaway switches are mandatory. No alcohol, no nitrous, no turbo, no blowers. Spacer plates and girdles will have no more than 1" above and below the center line of the crank shaft. 2" total
MODIFIED CLASS (8 MPH &12 MPH any gear)
same as above modified classes except 30% over stock RPM is allowed.
NO V-8 ENGINES except for 8-N Fords with "Funk" conversion kit. ALL MODIFIED 8 & 12mph TRACTORS MUST HAVE SIDE Shields we request that all other modified tractors have shields.