Sponsored by Montour Antique Farm Machinery Association
Chairman – Gus Jones – 570-412-5195 Jonesweldingandrepair@gmail.com
Committee – Tim Carr, Ken Cotner Jr., John Esenwein, Chris Fry, Scott Herring, Gus Jones, and Paul Wertz.
General Rules for All Classes
ATTENTION! Montour-DeLong Community Fair Association and Montour Antique Farm Machinery Collectors Association will NOT be responsible for any damage to tractors/trucks or injury to contestants or anyone else participating in this contest.
- Driver must be 14 years of age or older (ALL non-pace classes 16 years old). *14-15 year olds must have a safe driving certificate- MAFMCA sponsor’s a course.
- Those under 18 years of age must have written parental/guardian permission for each pull.
- Any Tractor or driver found unsafe or illegal will be disqualified or barred from hooking.
- Drivers must stay on the seat of the tractor. Hands must be on the steering wheel, hand brakes, hand clutch or throttle at all times during the pull.
- Any part falling off of the tractor after being hooked and until the tractor is unhooked will result in disqualification.
- The Rules Committee will interpret all rules. The Rules Committee will rule on any unforeseen problems or oversights with their decisions being final.
- A tractor can be entered only once in each class.
- Registration is closed when that class starts.
- All pulls will be started from a tight hitch.
- Two starts will be given to change gears or weights within 75 feet. The sled may not be reset for pace classes at the discretion of the track officials.
- Tractor must stay within boundaries of the course.
- Pull is complete when forward motion of sled stops.
- A limit of 2 minutes to start your pull when call may be implemented by track officials.
- Tractor leaking uncontrolled excess fluid on the track prior to green flag will not be permitted to pull.
- Any year tractor will be permitted to pull.
- Pulling will be done from a stationary (in all directions) drawbar; fast hitches must be locked out.
- All tractors running with a stroked crank must have side shields from radiator to bell housing.
- The only fuels permitted are gasoline, diesel, and kerosene and LP gas.
- ANY TRACTOR IN ANY CLASS RUNNING 20% OR MORE OVER STOCK RPM’S IS REQUIRED TO HAVE A SCATTER BLANKET AT THE BELL HOUSING AND SIDE SHIELDS FROM THE RADIATOR TO THE BELL HOUSING. For external flywheels turning over 20% stock RPM, the flywheel must be surrounded by a minimum of 3/8” steel that is 2” wider than the flywheel itself, and the fan blade must either be removed or be shrouded at least 12” behind radiator.
updated for 2017 Fair.