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Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th August 30, 2011 01:17AM
antique: 3250, 3500, 4000, 5000, 6000, 7000, 6000 V-8, 4500 antique altered. pay out 75/50/25
trucks: 6500 stock, 6500 street altered, 6500 super stock, 8000 stock diesel, 8000 street diesel, 8000 super street diesel
pay out st./st.alt/diesel 75/50/25 ss diesel 100/60/40 super stock 250/150/125/75/50 weigh in 8:30 to 10:30 pull at 11am

6:30 pm weigh in 3 to 6pm farm 7000, 8500, 10,000, 12,000 175 hp max, 12000 300 hp max, 16,000 pay out 125/75/50
7500 n 9500 special 12000 too hot to farm pay out 125/75/50
P.I. 11,000 hot farm
open 7500, 9500, 11000, 15000 pay out 250/150/125/75/50

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th August 30, 2011 05:40AM
What are the tractor rules? same as most pulls? 1% grace on weight, 20" hitch, wheelie bars, kill switch, shatter blanket?

I am considering coming over to this pull as I heard it is a good pull.

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th August 30, 2011 07:19AM
450' sand trap track-bad sled-the rules are there are no rules-well only if you are not from the area or do not have a jd then there are rules for you. it is just a drunkin hillbilly fest. if you are a real trator puller don't bother. i belive you even have to pay to get in to pull your tractor. if you like to be around drunks that are peeing behind the bleachers while you are sitting there watching the pull this is the place for you. if you want to leave civilization for a day this would be a good pull for you.

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 05, 2011 03:10AM
I went to Harrisville Bratfest yesterday, pulled a tractor in the morning antique pull, stayed and watched freinds and family at the night pull. It was a great day and the weather held out.
I think they need to sell tee shirts that say "I peed behind the bleachers at Bratfest" I would buy a couple of them, and I'll be back there next year. Thats a hard working group that puts on a good show.

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th August 30, 2011 09:14AM
antique and farm have horsepower and rpm limits checked with dyno, special 7500 is 320 cube limit 3000 rpm, 9500 special is 410 cube limit 3000 rpm stock core pumps, to hot to farm is 619 cube limit 3000 rpm, and open is all safety equipment required and 20 in drawbar for all tractors.

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 11, 2011 03:50AM
Does anyone know where you can see the results of the 2011 pulls? A couple of my friends from Berlin,WI pulled and I want to see how they did. I know Ben Trochinski got first. But all my other friends, I don't know what htey pulled. So, if anyone knows anything, could you please post a link?! Thanks!

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th August 31, 2011 12:13AM
Where is Harrisville..........Wisconsin? What is the 6000 v8 class? big block rail? small block hot rod? I have friends that live near there. Might come up and pull if my small block tractor will fit the class.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/31/2011 12:21AM by mboyer51.

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th August 31, 2011 03:55AM
Yes Wisconsin, 6000 V-8 for tractors with V-8's small or big block, all normal safety equipment required, make weight n pull

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th August 31, 2011 06:29AM
blown BBC ok for V8 class?

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 01, 2011 05:50AM
engines are to be NA no blowers

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th August 31, 2011 12:10PM
so is open strictly tractors or are mods allowed? and is the scale before you pull or after. 7500 # is a light class and want to make the weight safely ( would want some weight on the front end to keep it under control) so I would need to check as I normally run a bit more then that. Some pulls have a 1% rule or allow 50# is this the case there too?

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 01, 2011 02:03AM
What's the rules for altered ant year? Rpm

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 01, 2011 05:55AM
55 n older 2500 rpm no blanket, 3000 with blanket

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 01, 2011 05:53AM
call Matt at 608 369 0080 for your answer one this one

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 01, 2011 06:13AM
go to www.harrisvillebratfest.com there is a link there with info

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 04, 2011 01:34AM
any updates it still on traveling a couple hours???

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 08, 2011 11:58AM
Just like to thank all of you who came to pull and/or watch the pull. We had a really good day and hope to see you next year!!!!

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 08, 2011 02:30PM
You wont see me back there unless you give the pullers a break on admission. $15 a person and no decent payback, fuel prices and upkeep of the equipment...Where do you think we all get this money from? We are the show and without the pullers you wont have a show.

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 09, 2011 12:36AM
harrisville: armpit of the world.

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 10, 2011 04:49AM
Limited pro I completely agree with you, i have been saying that since admission has been charged. I think 2 pit passes should be allowed per tractor and no entry fee. Why does there need to be profit on the pullers expense to fill the stands? This event is always very successful and the fire department needs to pay attention to who makes it a success. They could always quit pulling and hire like a counrty singer to come in for the main attraction, but wait that would cost money on their part.

Re: Harrisville truck n tractor pull Sept. 4th September 10, 2011 06:42AM
I agree $15.00 gate fee for Pullers and crew is just wrong and $3.00 Brats . heck you should all try going to Loyal corn fest there ya buy a $2.00 buttun ya can eat all the sweet corn you want to all weekend long. And pay back is buch better.The Harrisville pull it self was nice . Just wondering why the pullers and their crews and famlies have to pay pay so much to watch their blood sweet and tears go down the track just my opinion

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