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LAWN STOCK TRACTOR CLASS 0-12 hp. 900 lbs. 1000 lbs

YOUTH FACTORY STOCK TRACTOR CLASS 0-16 HP. 800 LBS 900 LBS

FACTORY STOCK CLASS single cylinder 0-16 HP. 1000 LBS 1100 LBS

FACTORY STOCK CLASS twin cylinder 0-16 HP. 1000 LBS 1100 LBS

TRACTOR CLASS 16 hp. Singles 4000 RPM Governed 1000 lbs. & 1100 lbs.

Tractor 0 – 16hp SPORT STOCK 1000 lbs. and 1100 lbs.

TRACTOR CLASS 0-20 HP 4000 RPM Governed 1000 lbs. and 1100 lbs. TWIN OVER HEAD VALVE 40 Cubic inch   limit, FLAT HEAD 50 Cubic inch limit

Tractor CLASS 25 HP, 4000 PRM Governed 1000 lbs. and 1100 lbs. OVER HEAD VALVE 47 Cubic inch limit, FLAT HEAD 60 Cubic limit

TRACTOR CLASS 0 – 25 HP SPORT STOCK 1000 lbs. and 1100 lbs.

14 hp MAX 4000 PRM Governed CLASSES 1000 Lb. and 1100 Lb.

MODIFIED TRACTOR CLASS 1000 lb. and 1100 lb.

One class of PRO STOCK 1050 LBS 50.5 CUBIC INCH LIMIT One class of SUPER STOCK 1050 LBS 50.5 CUBIC INCH LIMIT

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1. Fuel rule for 16 hp, 20 hp, 25 hp and Max no specific gravity less than .700 or over .770 measured at 60 degrees, gas or race fuel. No additives or E85. Open classes alcohol fuel is permitted but no nitrous oxide. Lawn and Factory Pump gasoline with a maximum octane of 95 only. No alcohol, racing fuel or any additives. No nitrous oxide or any other pressurized fuel tanks in any class 2. NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ALLOWED. Any driver drinking before or during a pull will NOT be allowed to pull at that event. THIS IS STRICTLY ENFORCED. 3. All drivers must sign a waiver. Any driver under 18 years of age must have a parent or legal guardian sign for them and the parent or legal guardian must be in attendance at the pull. The driver must be able operate tractor on his/her own (start, stop and steer). 4. All drivers must attend the drivers meeting before each pull. 5. Drivers must watch the flagman at all times. 6. NO unsafe or reckless driving or acts will be permitted on the track, on the return road or in the pits. Violators will be disqualified for the day. NO REFUNDS. 7. Drivers must wear long pants, DOT (or better) approved helmet in all ungoverned classes. Fire suit required for any machine running Alcohol. 8. Hitch heights and weights are the responsibility of the drivers. Periodic checks of these will be made throughout the daily event. 9. The sled operator or flagman reserves the right to stop the pull anytime he deems an unsafe condition exists and he can only issue another pull one time. 10. If a unit breaks before entering the track the driver may drop to last pulling position. If there are any further delays it will result in disqualification in that class. Once your class has started there will be no refunds if you drop out. 11. Only one driver per machine per class. Drivers can enter two machines per class. The machine can only enter 2 classes. The exceptions are: Lawn Stock, and Youth Factory may have two drivers on the same machine. A tractor pulled in Factory Youth may be pulled in Factory Stock by someone else. 12. Pullers will be disqualified if any part of the machine touches the out of bounds line during the pull; this includes the first 35-ft. and the class test puller. Wheels may go over the line and back in as long as they do not touch the line or the ground outside of the line. 13. NO portion of the machine can interfere with the sled hook-up or unhooking. 14. The first puller in each class will be the test puller. The test puller may take the first pull or drop to six place, with the next puller becoming number one. Test puller must say he is coming back before driving away. If sled is changed the test puller can come back as test puller, six or last in the class. 15. A puller has two attempts to move the sled in a class if on the first attempt the sled goes no farther than the 35-foot marker. Weights may be changed after the first attempt if the sled did not reach the 35-ft. marker, but the machine must not leave the track for changing of the weights or for fixing mechanical problems. One minute will be allowed to make any adjustments after the sled has returned to position. Once you have attempted to pull the sled and breakage occurs there will be no refund. 16. When the sled is ready to pull the puller has three minutes to hook and start their pull. 17. Any official’s decisions will be final. 18. All classes are weighed with machine and driver ready to pull. 19. NO bouncing, sliding or abusive use of the scales is permitted. Any such abuse will result in immediate disqualification. 20. The weights must be safely secured. No movable weights from the seat. Disqualification for parts falling on the track are from hook in to hook out. Fluid loss is ok. The weights must not interfere with the hook-up of the sled. 21. Owners, drivers are responsible for their pit crews. 22. Pulling positions will be determined by drawing. 23. Any violation or failure to comply with these rules will result in immediate disqualification. Any issue not covered by these rules will be discussed and acted upon by the rules committee. 24. The driver cannot put their fingers under the fenders of the puller. If fingers are put under the fenders any official can DQ the driver. 25. You cannot use one engine in more than one puller in a class (cannot switch an engine from one puller to another that is in the same class) 26. If a conduct problem is suspected, the involved parties must submit the complaint in writing. There will be a hearing, before 3 members not involved in the complaint in any way, with both sides represented and a decision rendered within 48 hours after the complaint is received. Their decision will be honored. 27. All pullers must be safety teched before pulling (done once per year).

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE There is a technical committee. They will be in charge of all checking of the pullers. If there is to be an engine teardown there must be 2 of the committee present. Teardown is to be done inside an enclosed trailer, with only the 2 of the committee and the owner of the puller in the trailer. If an engine is found not meeting Berks County Pullers rules, members will lose all points they have made so far that year in the classes it was pulling in. Members or nonmembers found with a bad engine, that machine cannot pull again till the committee says it meets the rules. If a puller is found over weight, hitch too high, RPMs too fast or some other breaking Berks County Rules they will be DQ from that class. 3

GARDEN TRACTOR GENERAL RULES 1. Fuel rule for 16 hp, 20 hp, 25 hp and Max no specific gravity less than .700 or over .770 measured at 60 degrees, gas or race fuel.                                        No additives or E85. Lawn and Factory Pump gasoline with a maximum octane of 95 only. No E85, alcohol, racing fuel or any additives No nitrous oxide or any other pressurized fuel tanks in any class 2. Pulls are open to lawn and garden tractors, rear wheel drive with rubber tires. All power must be transmitted through the rear wheels. No dual wheels, chains or spikes. Tires must be of garden tractor type. 3. All tractors must be equipped with working brakes, fenders, hood and grill, with all safety shields in place. Antique tractors: hood, grill and fender requirement may be waived in the Lawn Stock class only. 4. No portion of the tractor can interfere with the sled hook-up. No portion of the tractor, including weights, may exceed 8-ft. forward of the center of the rear axle, 6 ft. in width and        12 inches outside of the tire sidewalls. 5. All tractors MUST have wheelie bars to prevent turnovers. A pair of these devices are to have wheels or skid plates. Wheels any size up to 7inch diameter, no pneumatic tires. A pair of skid plates each being at least 1.5"X3" at ground contact point. Devices must be no less than 5" behind the rear tires and not more than 5" above the ground, and allow the front axle to  raise no more than 24" from its normal position. These devices must be strong enough to support the full weight of the tractor. A bar between the wheelie bars and/or wheelie bar wheels cannot touch the sled chain at any time. 6. All classes are to be weighed with tractor and driver ready to pull. All weights must be safely secured. No movable weights from the seat. Weights cannot swing behind rear tires during the pull or it will result in disqualification. Weights cannot extend above the top of the steering wheel, and can’t interfere with the hook-up of the sled. Disqualification for parts falling on the track from hook in to hook out. Fluid loss is OK. 7.speed must be controlled by speed control lever or pedal. No string, wire or other bypass allowed. 8. The driver must remain seated during the pull and have at least one hand on the steering wheel at all times.  All tractors must have a safely secured normal size seat with at least a 3-inch high back or stock seat for the tractor. The back edge of the seat cannot extend behind the rear tires. 9. Shifting of gears either by hydrostatic, automatic or gear type is permitted as long as forward motion of the sled does not stop. All Lawn Stock, Factory Stock, 16 hp Single Cylinder, 0-20 hp and 25 HP Tractors must have reverse gear. 10. A kill switch that will stop the engine in case of the chain or drawbar breaking is to be located within 6"        of the center at the rear of the tractor and must be easily accessible. This must have at least a 1" ring to hook to the breakaway cable on the sled. This is recommended for Lawn Stock class, but Mandatory in all other classes and all youth (less than 18 years of age) driven tractors. 11. Tractors will be disqualified if any part of the tractor touches the out of bound line during the pull, including the first 35-ft. and the test puller. Wheels may go over the line and back in as long as they don’t touch the line or the ground outside the line. 12. No turbos, superchargers or blowers allowed in any class. Engine can only have one carburetor. 13. Any tractor with a completely covered flywheel must have an inspection panel to check flywheel. 14. The driver must be able operate tractor on their own (start, stop and steer). Driver can enter two tractors in a class. The tractor can only pull in two classes and only once in a class. Lawn Stock, and Youth Factory may have two drivers on the same machine. A tractor pulled in Factory Youth may be pulled in Factory Stock by someone else.

                                                                             

 

LAWN STOCK TRACTOR CLASS 0-12 hp. 900 lbs. 1000 lbs. 1. This class is open to lawn and garden tractors, stock in appearance and stock stance. With standard factory engine or its equivalent replacement, engine must be same engine manufacture, same horsepower   and same number of cylinders and drive train for the make and model tractor being entered. Mower lift and PTO clutch must be on the tractor. No modifications to chassis. 2. Engine Maximum engine horse power engine 12 hp. No engine modifications other than a maximum over bore of .030" from stock bore of the engine. All parts must be OEM or equivalent for that engine. Governor must be hooked up and working properly with a maximum of 3600 RPM's. Exhaust discharge must be through muffler only, not put on top of a straight pipe and no straight pipes. Pump gasoline with a maximum octane of 95 only. No E85, alcohol, racing fuel or any additives. OEM carburetor for engine used with NO carburetor to engine spacers or velocity stacks. Choke plate must be installed and functional. No visual modifications to venture, throttle bore or outside of carburetor. No air entering after venture. OEM flywheel only no cutting, welding or adding weight. 3. Turf tread tires only with stock rear tires for make and model of tractor or a non-stock maximum of 23X10.50X12. No tire cutting permitted. Stock front rims, all rims steel OEM style. No aftermarket rims. No weights behind the rear tires. 4. If mower deck is left on the tractor, the belt or drive shaft must be disconnected. Running of the mower deck on the ground will cause immediate disqualification for the day. 5. If challenged, it is up to the owner to prove his tractor meets class requirements by use of owner's manual, shop manual etc. 6. Drawbar height is 10" maximum. Drawbar length is 16" maximum, 6" minimum measured from the center of the rear axle to point of hook. Drawbar is to have 1.5" hole for the hook, no more than .75" from the end of the drawbar. Clevis use is allowed. No hitch may be movable from the seat during the pull.

 

YOUTH FACTORY STOCK TRACTOR CLASS 0-16 HP. 800 LBS 900 LBS

FACTORY STOCK CLASS single cylinder 0-16 HP. 1000 LBS 1100 LBS

FACTORY STOCK CLASS twin cylinder 0-16 HP. 1000 LBS 1100 LBS

1. This class is open to lawn and garden tractors, stock in appearance and stock stance. Frame and transmission must be for the make and model tractor being entered. Does not need mower lift or PTO clutch. No modifications to chassis. 2. Engine Allow engine changes to a max of 16 hp, engine must be same engine manufacture, and same number of cylinders as originally equipped. No engine modifications other than a maximum over bore of .030" from stock bore of the engine. All parts must be OEM or equivalent FOR THAT ENGINE. No aftermarket or reground cams permitted. Stock valves or equivalent replacement. Stock valve seats. No porting. Governor must be hooked up and working properly with a maximum of 3600 RPM's. Exhaust discharge must be through muffler or vertical straight pipes. Pump gasoline with a maximum octane of 95 only. No E85, alcohol, racing fuel or any additives. OEM carburetor for engine used with NO carburetor to engine spacers or velocity stacks. Choke plate must be installed and functional. No visual modifications to venture, throttle bore or outside of carburetor. No air entering after venture. Must have stock air cleaner assy. OEM flywheel only no cutting, welding or adding weight. No Chevy points 3. Ag or turf tire permitted, with stock rear tires for make and model of tractor or a non-stock maximum of 23X10.50X12. No tire cutting permitted. Stock front rims size, all rims steel OEM style. No aftermarket rims. No weights behind the rear wheels. 4. If mower deck is left on tractor, belt or drive shaft must be removed. Running of the mower deck on the grounds will cause immediate disqualification for the day. 5. If challenged, it is up to the owner to prove his tractor meets class requirements by use of owner's manual, shop manual etc. 6. Drawbar height is 10" maximum. Drawbar length is 16" maximum, 6" minimum measured from the center of the rear axle to point of hook. Drawbar is to have 1.5" hole for the hook, no more than .75" from the end of the drawbar. Clevis use is allowed. No hitch may be movable from the seat during the pull. 7. Factory Youth Driver must be 8 years of age through 14 years of age. Tractor can be driven by two youth drivers in the same weight class in Youth Factory

TRACTOR CLASS 16 hp. Singles 4000 RPM Governed 1000 lbs. & 1100 lbs.

1. This class is open to lawn and garden tractors stock in appearance and stock stance. The engine does not have to match the frame and factory appearing drive train for the make and model tractor being entered. Mower lift, PTO clutch or related parts are not needed on the tractor. No modifications to chassis. 2. Engine No aftermarket blocks. Maximum over bore of .030" from stock bore of the engines, stroke stock. Steel crankshaft ok. Any cam ok, valve allowed max lift .325 inches. NO cutting, welding or adding weight to flywheel. . Governor must be hooked up and working properly with a maximum of 4000 RPM's. No welding, polishing or grinding on the cylinder head, no aftermarket heads. Porting and polishing ok. No high-performance fuel pumps as Holley. Exhaust discharge must be through a muffler or vertical straight pipes. No rain caps. Fuel no specific gravity less than .700 or over .770 measured at 60 degrees, gas or race fuel. No additives or E85. No nitrous oxide or any other pressurized fuel tanks. OEM carburetor for engine used with NO carburetor to engine spacers or velocity stacks. No bottom adjust carb, unless originally equipped, no recast carbs. Choke removal allowed, max venture diameter of 1.00 diameter. No air entering after venture. No aftermarket crank trigger ign. system. 3. Ag or turf tire permitted, with stock rear tires for make and model of tractor. Non-stock maximum tire size of 23X10.50X12. No tire cutting. No weights behind the rear tires. 4. No mower deck is left on the tractor. 5. If challenged, it is up to the owner to prove his tractor meets class requirements by use of owner's manual, shop manual etc. 6. Drawbar height is 10" maximum. Drawbar length is 16" maximum, 6" minimum measured from the center of the rear axle to the point of hook. Drawbar is to have 1.5" hole for the hook, no more than .75" from the end of the drawbar. Clevis use is allowed. No hitch may be movable from the seat during the pull. 7. Driver must be 10 years of age or older.

Tractor 0 – 16hp SPORT STOCK 1000 lbs. and 1100 lbs.

1. All tractors MUST have wheelie bars to prevent turnovers. A pair of these devices are to have wheels or skid plates. Devices must be no less than 5 inches behind the rear tires and not more than 5 inches above the ground and allow the front axle to raise not more than 24 inches. 2. All belt clutches and driveshafts must be properly guarded. 3. Kill switch required. 4. Engine single or twin cylinder. Stock head. No aftermarket blocks. Maximum over bore of .030 inches from stock bore, stock stroke. Maximum cam lift .325 inches. Stock valve size for engine being used. Governor must be hooked up and working properly with a maximum of 4000 RPMs 5. Exhaust must discharge through a muffler or vertical straight pipe. 6. No nitrous or any pressurized fuel tanks. 7. Maximum rear tire size 23x10.50x12. Cutting ok. 8. 10 inch hitch height.

TRACTOR CLASS 0-20 HP 4000 RPM Governed 1000 lbs. and 1100 lbs. TWIN OVER HEAD VALVE 40 Cubic inch limit, FLAT HEAD 50 Cubic inch limit 1 .This class is open to lawn and garden tractors stock in appearance and stock stance. The engine does not have to match the frame and factory appearing drive train for the make and model tractor being entered. Mower lift, PTO clutch or related parts are not needed on the tractor. No aftermarket blocks. Maximum over bore of 1 mm from stock bore of the engines, stroke stock. Steel crankshaft ok. Any cam ok, cam allowed max lift .275 inches at the lifter. Stock size valves for engine being used or equivalent replacement and stock valve seats. OEM flywheel or steel. NO cutting, welding or adding weight to flywheel. . Governor must be hooked up and working properly with a maximum of 4000 RPM's. No welding, polishing or grinding of combustion chamber on the cylinder head, no aftermarket heads. Porting and polishing ok, OEM stock rocker arm. No roller lifter. No high-performance fuel pumps as Holley. Exhaust discharge must be through a muffler or vertical straight pipes. No rain caps. Fuel no specific gravity less than .700 or over .770 measured at 60 degrees, gas or race fuel. No additives or E85. No nitrous oxide or any other pressurized fuel tanks OEM carburetor for engine used with NO carburetor to engine spacers or velocity stacks. Choke removal allowed, Carburetor max venture diameter of 1.00 diameter. No air entering after venture. No aftermarket intake, must be OEM for that engine. No aftermarket ign. system. Blower housing should be cut in half so heads can be removed for inspection. 3. Ag or turf tire permitted, with stock rear tires for make and model of tractor. Maximum tire size 24x12x12. No tire cutting permitted. Stock front rims diameter. No weights behind the rear tires. 4. NO mower deck is left on the tractor. 5. If challenged, it is up to the owner to prove his tractor meets class requirements by use of owner's manual, shop manual etc. 6. Drawbar height is 10" maximum. Drawbar length is 16" maximum, 6" minimum measured from the center of the rear axle to the point of hook.  Drawbar is to have 1.5" hole for the hook, no more than .75" from the end of the drawbar. Clevis use is allowed. No hitch may be movable from the seat during the pull. 7. Driver must be 10 years of age or older.

Tractor CLASS 25 HP, 4000 PRM Governed 1000 lbs. and 1100 lbs. OVER HEAD VALVE 47 Cubic inch limit, FLAT HEAD 60 Cubic limit 1. Stock Appearing tractors with standard type 2-cylinder engine or equivalent replacement and stock appearing drive train for make and model. Only modifications to chassis to make engine fit 2. Fuel no specific gravity less than .700 or over .770 measured at 60 degrees, gas or race fuel. No additives or E85 No nitrous oxide or any other pressurized fuel tanks 3. Maximum 26x12.00x12 tires any type. Stock diameter front rims for make and model. After market rims and 3 rib tires permitted. NO CUTTING permitted. NO PRO PULLER TIRES. No weights behind the rear tires. 4. 13 inch hitch height. 16 inches maximum from center of rear axle to hook point. 1 ½ inch hole for sled hook. 5. 4000 RPM at full throttle (governed no load). Stock stroke and 1 mm maximum overbore for the engine used. Piston may protrude above deck surface .025. No aftermarket blocks. 6. Any camshaft ok, max lift .275 inch at the lifter. . 7. No welding, grinding or polishing on cylinder head. Must Maintain stock piston pocket in the combustion chamber of the head. . NO aftermarket heads. Porting and polishing ok, OEM stock rocker arm. 8. OEM ign. for engine being used. . 9. OEM valve seats and valves for factory rated HP of engine model being used. No roller lifters 10. Original type carburetor for engine used with NO carburetor to engine spacers or velocity stacks.  (Maximum venture diameter of single barrel 1.00”, 2 barrel 22 mm or .866”). Choke removal allowed No air entering after venture . No aftermarket intakes. NO aftermarket high performance fuel pumps as Holley. 11. OEM flywheel or steel only. NO cutting, welding or adding weight to flywheel. Blower housing should be cut in half so heads can be removed for inspection. 12. Foot or handle throttle permitted. 13. Exhaust pipe with no muffler must discharge vertically, 12 inches minimum from center of bend. No rain caps. 14. Clutches, belts, open drive shafts must be shielded same as factory or equivalent. 15. Must have reverse gear unless not original equipment. 16. MUST Maintain Factory Stance.

TRACTOR CLASS 0 – 25 HP SPORT STOCK 1000 lbs. and 1100 lbs. 1. All tractors MUST have wheelie bars to prevent turnovers. A pair of these devices are to have wheels or skid plates. Devices must be no less than 5 inches behind the rear tires and not more than 5 inches above the ground and allow the front axle to raise not more than 24 inches. 2. All belt clutches and driveshafts must be properly guarded. 3. Kill switch required. 4. Engine single or twin cylinder. Stock head. No aftermarket blocks. Maximum over bore of .030 inches from stock bore, stock stroke. Maximum cam lift or valve lift stock for engine being used Stock valve size for engine being used. Governor must be hooked up and working properly with a maximum of 4000 RPMs 5. Exhaust must discharge through a muffler or vertical straight pipe. 6. No nitrous or any pressurized fuel tanks. 7. Maximum rear tire size 26x12x12, cutting ok. 8. Hitch height 13 inches.

14 hp MAX 4000 PRM Governed CLASSES 1000 Lb. and 1100 Lb. 1. Must be stock block Kohler, Briggs or Tecumseh single cylinder, flat head engines 14 hp and under ,  with nine bolt heads. Max. 4000 rpm. Foot or hand throttle permitted. 2. Fuel no specific gravity less than .700 or over .770 measured at 60 degrees, gas or race fuel. No additives or E85 No nitrous oxide or any other pressurized fuel tanks 3. The engine must look stock on the outside. Must have stock stroke for engine, all other internal modifications are acceptable. An access hole over the piston is recommended for checking purposes. Aftermarket points and electronic ignition allowed 4. The head may be aftermarket or billet. Head bolts must match a stock OEM head gasket. Head straps are allowed. 5. OEM cast flywheel with no cutting, welding, or adding weight or steel flywheels are acceptable. 6. Carburetor must be stock carburetor for engine or a Kohler or Walbro, carburetor spacers, velocity  stacks and bottom adjusts are acceptable. No high-performance fuel pumps. 7. Exhaust pipes, with no muffler, must discharge vertically, 12" minimum from center of bend. 8. 26 x 12.00 x 12" max. rear tire size . Cutting permitted. Professional pulling tires allowed, this includes, but not limited to tires by Dick Cepek, Lawn Tec, Pit Bull  and VM series of tires. After market wheels and 3 rib tires permitted. No weights behind the rear tires. 9. 13" hitch height. The hitch must have a 1.5" diameter hole for sled hook and be 1/2" thick at point of hook. 10  . Must use stock garden tractor frame and transaxle, but may be modified for engine installation. Sheet metal may be changed. No portion of any tractor may exceed 7 feet forward of the center of the rear wheel, including weights. 52" wheelbase maximum. 11. Engine tech items will be RPM with no tolerance, stock stroke, exterior appearance and no alcohol. If engine is other than K-Kohler you must supply tech person with a stock head gasket for your engine.

MODIFIED TRACTOR CLASS 1000 lb. and 1100 lb. 1. 16hp and under stock stroke, any bore, valves, cam, etc. are permitted. No welding or cutting of the jug. 2.  Carburetor No larger than 1.200 venturi butterfly type only 3.  Steel flywheel, clutch components must be shielded 360 degrees with 1/8” steel or 3/16” aluminum, and head strap 4.   23 X 10.50–12 tires cutting allowed No weights behind the rear tires 5.   Kill switch, wheelie bars, and dead man throttle spring mandatory 6.   Gas or alcohol max specific gravity of .750 7.   10” hitch height

 

One class of PRO STOCK 1050 LBS 50.5 CUBIC INCH LIMIT One class of SUPER STOCK 1050 LBS 50.5 CUBIC INCH LIMIT

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