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Flordia PullsNew to pulling, never pulled on truck before can someone tell me the breakdown of the numbers compared to block sleds, for example if the results say 3200 what is that in weight, and 4200 etc Login to post a new messageBen Friday, February 27, 2009 at 08:19 PM 2500 is same as 32,500 lbs on a wagon setting on pavement or rolling load or same as 4 -14" plow in stubble ground. 3000 same as 38,000 on a wagon or 5 bottom plow.3250 same as 42,000 or 6 bottom plow-3500 same as 45,400 or 7 bottom plow-3750 same as 48,650 or 8 bottom plow-4000 same as 51,900 or 9 bottom plow-4250 same as 55,150 or 10 bottom plow. These figures came from the university of Iowa were the first pulling machine was invented to determine the Horsepower of a horse. They also came up with 27-1/2 feet for the distance to determine the power. HomeLoginResultsScheduleOur GoalSponsorsContact UsVideosPhotosPuller ProfileLook'n BackLinksThe ScoopMessage Boards |