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Driven by Bobby Sarver
Class Smoker Tractors
Year Make Model John Deere 4955 Smoker Tractors
Body Type Metal
Engine(s) John Deere
Engine CI 618+
Engine Class 6cyl
Drive Train Modified Stock
Main Tire Size 24.5X32
Horsepower 1500+
Fuel Diesel
Special Features
Year Built/Rebuilt 1991
Transmission
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Other Metal
 

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Driven by Rod Ewing
Class Smoker Tractors
Year Make Model John Deere 4440 Smoker Tractors
Body Type Metal
Engine(s) JD
Engine CI 599
Engine Class 6cyl
Drive Train
Main Tire Size 24.5X32
Horsepower 1500+
Fuel Diesel
Special Features Can convert superfarm/prostock with modification
Year Built/Rebuilt 1990
Transmission
GearBox/Transfer Case
Other Metal
 

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boiling point

Driven by Bryan Bowles
Class Smoker Tractors
Year Make Model IHC 1066 Smoker Tractors
Body Type Stock
Engine(s) IHC
Engine CI 570
Engine Class 1 Turbo
Drive Train
Main Tire Size
Horsepower 1000-1500
Fuel Diesel
Special Features
Year Built/Rebuilt
Transmission Roberts
GearBox/Transfer Case
Other Stock
 

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duck eater

Driven by Mickey Shorter
Class Smoker Tractors
Year Make Model John Deere Smoker Tractors
Body Type Metal
Engine(s) John Deere
Engine CI 680
Engine Class 6cly Diesel - 1turbo
Drive Train Strengthed John Deere
Main Tire Size 24.5X32
Horsepower 1500+
Fuel Diesel
Special Features
Year Built/Rebuilt 1999
Transmission
GearBox/Transfer Case
Other Metal
 

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Originally posted by Ingersoll444
OK, I will bite. Whats a smoker tractor?
They are the ones you see at the pulls that puff out lot of black smoke.
Jody
 

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it's

it's A class of pulling tractor there are modified 4WD, Super modified 2WD, Smoker Tractors and moditied Tractors l will post different pics of each class
 

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Driven by Jerry and LaVon Swearengin
Class Modified 4wd
Year Make Model Ford Ranger Modified 4wd
Body Type Fiberglass
Engine(s) AR Ford
Engine CI 744
Engine Class
Drive Train Rockwell 106
Main Tire Size 34x15x18
Horsepower 1200
Fuel Alcohol
Special Features Stock pickup frame - wishbone A frame front end
Year Built/Rebuilt 1996
Transmission
GearBox/Transfer Case SCS
Other Fiberglass
 

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Originally posted by jodyand
They are the ones you see at the pulls that puff out lot of black smoke.
Jody

Ahhh Ok The "keep dumping the fuel in till it does a full pull, or turns in to scrap" class?
 

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Driven by Timmy Michalsky
Class Modified 2wd
Year Make Model Chevy Pickup Modified 2wd
Body Type Metal
Engine(s) Merlin - Pointiac Heads
Engine CI 572
Engine Class
Drive Train Rockwell
Main Tire Size Cepek 18.5 x 16.5
Horsepower 1800
Fuel Alcohol
Special Features Rectangular Tube Frame
Year Built/Rebuilt 1985
Transmission Miller
GearBox/Transfer Case
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Driven by Frank Bartholome
Class Modified Tractors
Year Make Model Modified Tractors Modified Tractors
Body Type Eagle clutch
Engine(s) Rolly Royce Griffon
Engine CI 2240
Engine Class Aircraft
Drive Train DAF rear with billet alu planetaries (ZF gears)
Main Tire Size 30.5 x 32 - Firestone (cut by Steen Dam)
Horsepower 3500
Fuel Alcohol
Special Features Only Griffon Fuel System with twin metering valves
Year Built/Rebuilt 2001
Transmission Ortkrass 2 speed + reverse (80 lbs)
GearBox/Transfer Case
Other Eagle clutch
 

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Ahhh Ok The "keep dumping the fuel in till it does a full pull, or turns in to scrap" class?
Ingersoll444, you pretty well have the jist of it. I don't see how those engines hold together at those rpms. Some of those Deere engines are turning upwards of 4,000 - 4,500 rpm. I hear some folks talk about more than that. Heck my Cummins limits fuel at 3250 rpm and/or 20 psi boost pressure. This guys are pushing upwards of 100 psi.
 

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Originally posted by Argee
$$BIG DOLLARS$$

when they break!
Anything to do with racing is big dollars.
Jody
 

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Originally posted by caseman-d
them modified tractors (if you can still class them as tractors) still seem to draw a crowd, but I like this type pulling better. And it a smoker to lol.
Caseman, thats not the puller smoking. They just happand to take take a picture down wind of me mowing with my old N.:D :D
 
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