Rules

  •         No alcohol or illegal drugs allowed on the premises.
  •         Drivers under the age of 18 must have written parental consent.
  •         Any driver not obeying flagman will be disqualified!!!!!
  •         Hook fees $8.00 For Club members and $10.00 for Non-members.
  •         No more than 1% weight allowance permitted.
  •         Shifting of T. A. ’s Torque Amplifiers is permitted.
  •         Only (3) three hooks per tractor, plus (1) one optional “powder puff”

         Rules for Modified / Classic Tractors 1959 or Older

  1. Hang-on and wheel weights are permitted, not to exceed beyond rear tires and no more than 11’ eleven feet from the center of the rear axle to the furthest point forward.    
  2. Point of hook not to exceed 20’’ Twenty inches in height from the point of hook to ground, must be no closer than 18’’ eighteen inches from the center of axle to point of hook, drawbars must be stationary in all directions.
  3. Two-wheel drive tractors only, no type of cut tires are permitted in this class, no dual wheel/tires, no radial tires permitted, the use of pressed steel wheels are permitted, No use of differential locks, modified/classic tire size limits are 16.9, no limit on wheel size.
  4. Engine, transmissions, and differentials must maintain an outside stock appearance, enhanced electrical systems are permitted, R.P.M.’s are not to exceed 10% over manufacturers rating. Tractors must use pump gas.
  5. Shifting of T.A.’s Torque Amplifiers are allowed. 50’ fifty feet line will be used as a restart mark.
  6. Any part(s) falling off of the tractor after being hooked will result in Disqualification, If any part of the tractor or sled crosses the out of bounds mark, pull is over and will be measured from that point of distance.
  7. Rules will be interpreted by the decision committee, If anyone protests another tractor they must agree for his or her tractor to be inspected as well, There will be a $20.00 protest fee.
  8. If the first puller in a class makes a full-pull, the sled will then be reset or adjusted and the class will start over, The puller then has the option of pulling 1st first or last.
  9. 5 mph five miles per hour speed limit, with a 75’ seventy-five grace.
  10. No hook ups to trailer balls or an open hook.
  11.  All drivers must cross scales after pull Is completed, No exceptions.
  12. Only club members are to compete in the points championship. 

 

Modified / Classic Classes:

3000, 3500, 4000, 4500, 5000, 5500, 6000, 6500, 7000, 7500 

 

Rules For Open Gear Tractors 1959 Or Older

 

 

 

 

  1. Hang-on and wheel weights are permitted, not to extend beyond rear tires,  and no more than 11’ eleven feet from the center of the rear axle to the furthest point forward.
  2. Point of hook not to exceed 20’’ twenty inches in height from the point of hook to the ground, Must be no closer than 18’’ eighteen inches from the center of axle to point of hook, Drawbars must be stationary in all directions.
  3. Two-wheel drive tractors only, No radial tires allowed, Any Type Cut Tires Are Allowed in open gear classes only! , Pressed steel wheels are permitted, No use of differential locks, No limit on wheel or tire sizes. 
  4. Engines, Transmissions, and Differentials must maintain outside stock appearance, Enhanced electrical systems are permitted, R.P.M.’s are not to exceed 10% ten percent over manufacturers rating, Tractors must use pump gas.
  5. Classic Tractors may pull in any gear, shifting of T.A.’s- Torque Amplifiers are permitted, The 50’ Fifty Feet line will be used as a restart mark.
  6. Any part(s) falling off of the tractor, after being hooked will result in disqualification, if any part of the tractor or sled crosses the out of bounds line, pull is over and will be measured from that point of distance.
  7. All rules will be interpreted by the decision committee, If anyone protests another tractor they must agree for his or her tractor to be inspected as well. There will be a $20.00 protest fee.
  8. If the first puller in a class makes a full-pull, the sled will then be reset or adjusted and the class will start over, The puller then has the option of pulling 1st first or last.
  9.  8 mph Eight Mile Per Hour speed limit, with a 75’ seventy-five feet grace. 
  10. No hook-ups to trailer hitch balls or an open hook. 
  11. All drivers must cross scales after pull is completed, No exceptions.
  12. Only club members are permitted to compete in the point’s championship.

 

Open Gear Classes 

3500, 4500, 5000, 5500, 6000, 6500- with 1% over weight allowance.  

 

 

Rules For Pure Farm Class 2009 

  1. No More than 3 Three Miles per Hour. 
  2. A maximum height of 16’’ (Sixteen Inches) in height on drawbar, with no modifications.
  3. Can use either wheel weights or hang on weights with weight brackets, not to exceed the weight of the class, except for the 1% allowance. 
  4. Tractor must have a muffler.
  5. Tire size is limited to 16.9.
  6. Wheelie bars are not required but may be used if driver prefers.
  7. R.P.M.’s no more than 10% over manufacturers setting.
  8. All Drivers Must Cross Scales After Pull Is Completed. No Exceptions
  9. Only club members will be allowed to compete in points championship.

 

Pure Farm Classes 

3000, 3500, 4000, 4500, 5000, 5500, 6000, 6500, 7000, 7500