Antique Tractor Pull

Antique Tractor Pull

Antique Tractor Pull Regulations Antique Tractor Pull Entry Form
Thursday
12:00 N00N

This is a percentage pull!
There will be will be NO specific weight classes.
All tractors will pull against everyone.
Winners will be determined by percentage.
Example:

Tractor A and tractor B each weigh approximately 2500 pounds.
Tractor A pulls 168 feet.
Tractor B pulls 160 feet.
ESTABLISHED PRIOR TO PULL  
Determine the constant:
1. Pull 2 tractors of similar weight
2. The tractor that pulls the best will determine the constant.
3. Divide the distance pulled in feet over
the weight of the tractor.
Feet pulled =Constant
Weight lbs

Determine a 100% pull for each tractor:
1. Multiply the constant by the weight of the tractor. Constant x weight=100% pull - feet

Determine the constant by taking Tractor A's pull in feet divided by its weight.
168 ft = .0672
2500

Determine a 100% pull by taking the constant (.0672 in this case) and multiply it by its weight (2500lbs).

.067 x 2500 = 168 feet

Multiply weight of each tractor by the constant to determine the distance it must pull to make 100% pull.

DONE DURING THE PULL  
1. Divide the actual distance pulled over the
distance of a 100% pull.
Actual Distance = Percentage pulled
100% distance
Questions?
Contact:


Arnie Smetana
...320-629-7120