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George Herrin
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« on: July 26, 2016, 07:50:12 pm »

OK I got room for a small track and our club to park n race. Wont be a Super Speedway but a small bull ring like Me n Doyle run on in Ohio. Problem is I don't have equipment to build it. ALL I have is a Farmall cub with a single disk turning plow, a really small disk and a grader blade. I have ti get a distributor for the tractor but Once the track is built I can maintain it with it and the blade. It needs to be cut up and leveled and then track laid out. Be a good fall or winter project and would give us a different track to run on. And good thing we got a shop on hand if ya break, Nothing close for water but I do have a well and some hoses with sprinklers we be good. its a bit rockey here and may have to have some dirt brought in but The option is here if anyone has equipment and wants to help.
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