Open Class: 4500, 5500, 6500, 7500, 8500, 9500 Open Class mandatory requirements: KILL SWITCH CAPABLE OF HOOKING TO SLED & FLYWHEEL SHATTER BLANKET FOR ENGINES OVER 3000 RPM
Out of Field: 5500, 6500, 7500, 8500, 9500, 10500, 12500 (6 MPH)
*Safety is everyone's obligation. Operators observed in unsafe practices may be asked to leave the show-site.*
Entry Fee: A non-refundable entry fee of $20.00 for each pull is to be paid at the time of registration.
Drawbar: Drawbar maximum height is to be 20" and a minimum of 18" from the center of the rear axle to the hook point of the drawbar. Drawbar must have a minimum hole size of 3/4" or a 3" opening able to receive a hook, not more than 2" forward of the rear of the drawbar.
Weights: No weights shall be placed more than 24" forward of the tractor.
Hook-Up & Un-Hook: Tractors must be placed in neutral when hooking-up and un-hooking from the sled.
Termination of Pull: The pull is terminated when the forward motion of the tractor stops.
Re-Pull: Re-pulls may be granted if driver stops within 50' of the starting line. The first puller in each class has the option of taking a re-pull in third position, but must tell the flagman before un-hooking from the sled, otherwise a re-pull may be denied.
Conduct: Consuming alcohol or being under the influence of alcohol will be deemed a safety violation and the participant may be denied participation in the event and asked to leave the tractor pull site.
**The decision of the judge will be final in all cases.**
Equipment not allowed: All Classes: Duals not allowed. No fuel mixtures allowed in any class.
Stock Class: No shaved tires on stock class. No turbo chargers will be allowed on stock class. A working governor is mandatory.
Entrant Qualification: Contestants enter at their own risk. No contestants under 16 years of age will be allowed to participate.
Safety: Pullers must drive at a safe speed both during and after a pull. Maximum engine speed must not exceed rated RPM by more than 20%. Any tractor that looses any parts on the track will be disqualified.
Safety is everyone's responsibility, any action or equipment deemed unsafe by the judge is grounds for disqualification. The decision of the judge or flagman is final and cannot be appealed.