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Garden Tractor Pulling / Columbus 2013 open class
« on: January 12, 2013, 09:59:06 PM »
Here's a link to my open tractor run.   

Chuck Miller

Garden Tractor Pulling / Columbus Winter Championship Pull , who's going?
« on: December 23, 2011, 07:30:34 AM »
The Hilliard Tractor Club – 33rd Annual


January 6th and 7th, 2012     


Located in the Voinovich Building -   Ohio Expo Center - Columbus , Ohio

71,000 square feet heated building -Two pulling tracks

Heated pit area – heated shopping area

12 - 14 Tractor part vendors from all over the country

Mezzanine stadium style seating with elevator
50 /50 drawings - raffles - t-shirt tosses

Hot food concessions with seating

“The Largest Garden Tractor Pull In the Nation”
“Garden Tractor Pulling Shopping Paradise ”

Over 500 competitors and 12 – 14 parts vendors from all over the country


All pre entries need to be post marked by December 10, 2011

Pre entries appreciated – a must to be printed in the program.

We have added some new classes this year


Entry forms & Rules will be posted on the following websites:


52.5 Cu. Twin - Pro Stock - Stock Altered - Gov. Twin/Single -

Super Stock - 30 Cube -  Compact Diesel 1100 lb. & 1150 lb.-

 Outlaw - Open - NQS Pro Outlaw - 75 Cu. Twin/ Single -

60 Over 37.5 CI. - Kids 4000 RPM - 12 HP Sport Stock - 16 HP Sport Stock


This is our 7th year in the

 71,000 sq. ft. Voinovich Building.

The Ohio Expo Center -   Columbus , Ohio


  Call John Donavan    740-927-1959   for pull info

Call Darlene Sample     330-627-7255   for vendor info

Come Join The Fun!

Come pull with us  -  Competitors from all over the nation

Come shop with us -  Parts vendors from all over the nation

Come just to watch  - The biggest garden tractor pull in the nation

Briggs Flathead / ARC Brass weights
« on: September 20, 2011, 08:00:52 PM »
Looking for info.  Did a search and could not find it. I am looking for the gram weight that these weights will add to the crank for balancing. I am not looking for the total weight of the part.

Chuck Miller

Kohler Engines / Kohler Command V-Twin Intake
« on: September 08, 2010, 01:22:58 PM »
I had this question asked several times this past weekend, the part number for the vertical intake is 24 164 88-S

Chuck Miller

USLMRA Races / Richwood, Ohio MowOhio LC Race July 24th
« on: July 19, 2010, 11:40:03 AM »
Mid Ohio Antique Machinery Show presents MowOhio LC race at the Richwood Fairgrounds in Richwood, Ohio

Saturday, July 24th, We are inviting any and all racers that will pass safety tech, brakes, tether, etc., etc.

Tech Inspection is starting at 3:00 pm  with hot laps starting at 4:00 pm

This is the 3rd year for this event and it  has been great in the past. The Antique association is excited about having the racers there and go above and beyond to give us a great track to race on!!!!
This is a for fun race with no pressure to race for points, also this is a NO FEE race , just sign the waiver and get your wristband!!!!
Depending on mower count there is limted "tow money" available, so get here early and lets have some fun and put on a great show!!!!!!!!!

For mower info contact Chuck Miller 740-361-5023
Fairground address: Richwood Fairgrounds
                           1 Gill St.
                           Richwood, Ohio 43344

Kohler Engines / Kohler v-twin cam
« on: July 30, 2009, 03:07:32 PM »
I am wondering  what grind anyone is using on the command twin. you can pm me if you wish. I am working on a motor for the bp class.  With most of the profiles designed for pulling I am not quite sure what to use

Thanks Chuck

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