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Check out Nate Jaster's story, and look at the
"wheelie" he pulls with his puller below -- but please don'ttry such a stunt yourself -- he has the necessary "wheelie bars"
(visible in sled picture) that helps prevent the tractor from coming over on
"This is an
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The simplicity is an early 7010, about '75. I have a tiller and
42" deck. I bought it for $450.00 and made a cheap puller. It has a 10 hp single
cylinder and dual pipes. I borrowed the blade from Dad's B-10.
Ever since I bought it, it keeps earning its keep. I bought it in fall of 2000
and fixed it up to pull and do jobs around the house -- till, mow, and blade.
I landscape a little and till gardens in the summer just for fun. As soon as I got tires,
weight brackets and wheelie bars, I was in pulling heaven, and loved it.
Pulling was great! It's a B&S 10 hp, with dual pipes, horn, and ground
effects for night driving as well as pulling. It's a crowd pleaser -- it took
me 2 min and 51 sec. to pull 1200 lbs 175 ft -- I'm "still learning".
I pull in first gear and never lost power, just traction. This year
will be great!"