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    i wana make a lawn tractor to use as a pulling tractor but i dont know where to start
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    Git a tractor..... LOL Justa jokin.
    Always keep em smokin,,,,then let er drift!

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    yea that would easy to it then but makes it more fun when there smaller.
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    First and foremost, you want a Garden Tractor, not a Lawn Tractor!
    This may sound silly to some, but there are some important differences in a GT & an LT.
    GT's have heavier built frames, stouter & Lower geared rear ends and are most commonly Horizontal driven Tractors.
    LT's are usually light weight and just simply will not fare well as pullers.

    Garden Tractor Pulling has not done as well as racing in becoming Nationally Organized. Though there are a couple of large organizations, most commonly they are much more localized with rules varying greatly from club to club. This makes it extremely difficult for a guy from Kansas to help a guy from Michigan build one!

    Find the Pullers in your area and start talking to them, they will be able to help you decide on a class to run in and have a set of rules for you to build by.
    I have a buddy in the Grand Rapids area I could get you in contact with if you would like. He is a very Helpful guy.

    Then, while you build it, post pics of it!


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