Pulling Rules

Stone Boat Pulling Rules and Regulations

 ALL YEARS, MAKES, AND MODELS WITH NO TIRE SIZE RESTRICTIONS

6,000lbs, 8,000lbs & 10,000lbs

 

C.A.M.S.

$10.00 Hook Fee

  1. You Must be a C.A.M.S. Member to Pull!

  2. No tractor equipped with dual wheels, four wheel drive or chains permitted. (Steel wheels and crawlers are encouraged if within year.)

  3. An Insurance Release Form must be signed before pulling onto the scales.

  4. Weight will include driver.  No weight or driver changes permitted after weigh – in.  All weights will be of factory manufacture.  No weight will interfere with hookup of sled.  A minimum of 12 inches square shall be open around the drawbar.

  5. All suitcase weights must be on a satisfactory bracket and be secured so that they are safe and do not rattle or flop around.  All round wheel weights shall be bolted into place and can only be used on the axle and wheels, unless they are secured on a bracket.  No loose or chained weights will be permitted.  No weight shall extend more than 12 inches past the trailing edge of the rear tires and can’t be more than 11 feet from the center of the rear axle to the furthest point forward. Any weights, that by the discretion of the judge are, unsafe or unsecured will be removed or the tractor will not be permitted to compete.

  6. Drawbar height will be a maximum of 18 inches from ground.  All manufactured drawbars must be RIGID with no vertical free float. All OEM drawbars will be at the Judge’s Discretions if it within the requirements. Pulling rings will be accepted.  Must have two bolts no less than ½” in diameter and no less than grade 5.This will be checked on the scales.  C.A.M.S. reserves the right to re-weigh your tractor and/or check your drawbar height at any time.

  7. NO CUT TIRES OF ANY KIND WILL BE PROHIBITED!  Any tire in question will be allowed or rejected by at least two people from the track officials.

  8. During the pull when a tractor goes out of bounds, which is determined by the judges, that pull attempt is disqualified. If the DQ happens during the 1st attempt, a 2nd attempt is granted with placement if wanted. If the DQ happens on the 2nd attempt, that attempt will be DQed and the 1st attempt will be the official measurement.

  9. Track Officials have the right to stop any contestant’s tractor at anytime when being operated in an unsafe manner. Judge’s decision is final. No Alcohol on the grounds. This is grounds for Disqualification from the event.

Antique Transfer Sled Rules

Antique Tractor Transfer (Western Style) Pull Rules and Regulations

Tractors 1959 and older or production models that started in 1959

2000 – 8000lbs in 500lb Increments

   $10.00 Hook Fee

  1. You Must be a C.A.M.S. Member to Pull!

  2. All tractors must be in production before 1959!

    1. Allis Chalmers – D15, D17, D19 or any older model.

    2. Case – 600, 700, 800 or any older model.

    3. Ferguson – any model.

    4. Ford – 681, 881 or any older model.

    5. International – 340, 460, 560 or any older model.

    6. John Deere – all two cylinder models.

    7. Massy Ferguson – 30, 50, 65, 85.

    8. Massy Harris – any model.

    9. Minneapolis Moline – 4 Star, 5 Star or any older model.

    10. Oliver – 660, 770, 880 or any older model

  3. No tractor equipped with dual wheels, four wheel drive or chains permitted. (Steel wheels and crawlers are encouraged if within year.)

  4.  An Insurance Release Form must be signed before pulling onto the scales.

  5. Weight will include driver.  No weight or driver changes permitted after weigh – in.  All weights will be of factory manufacture.  No weight will interfere with hookup of sled.  A minimum of 12 inches square shall be open around the drawbar.

  6. All suitcase weights must be on a satisfactory bracket and be secured so that they are safe and do not rattle or flop around.  All round wheel weights shall be bolted into place and can only be used on the axle and wheels, unless they are secured on a bracket.  No loose or chained weights will be permitted.  No weight shall extend more than 12 inches past the trailing edge of the rear tires and can’t be more than 11 feet from the center of the rear axle to the furthest point forward. Any weights, that by the discretion of the judge are, unsafe or unsecured will be removed or the tractor will not be permitted to compete.

  7. Tractors may be entered in 4 classes max, but only once in each CLASS.  Sign in and scales open 8:00am.  Start time 9:00am.  You must be signed in before the class starts.  NO REFUNDS!

  8. Drawbar height will be a maximum of 18 inches from ground.  All manufactured drawbars must be RIGID with no vertical free float. All OEM drawbars will be at the Judge’s Discretions if it within the requirements. Pulling rings will be accepted.  Must have two bolts no less than ½” in diameter and no less than grade 5.This will be checked on the scales.  C.A.M.S. reserves the right to re-weigh your tractor and/or check your drawbar height at any time. If there is no ring a pin and clevis should be used.  If there is not one, then one will be provided.

  9. Maximum tire size: 2000lb – 6000lb classes 15.5 – 38 and under.  6500lb – 8000lb classes 16.9 – 38 and under.  No cut or sharpened tires.  Any tire or rim in question will be allowed or rejected by at least two people from the track officials.

  10. Any gear is allowed, however, there will be a 3 mph limit. There is a ONE horn warning for speeding. If 2nd horn sounds or if the horn is blowing continually with no indication of the driver slowing down he will be flagged and disqualified! Any questions or problems that arise will be handled by the track officials.

  11. Track Officials have the right to stop any contestant’s tractor at anytime when being operated in an unsafe manner. Judge’s decision is final. No Alcohol on the grounds. This is grounds for Disqualification from the event.

Points Championship System

Antique Tractor Transfer Sled (Western Style) Points System and Regulations

Tractors 1959 and older or production models that started in 1959

2000 – 8000lbs in 500lb Increments

Entry to the POINTS CHAMPIONSHIP is a one time fee of $10.00 per class!

A Leader board will be posted on this website and the CAMS Facebook page!

  1. You Must be a C.A.M.S. Member to Pull!

  2. All tractors will be distinguished by serial number or by certain characteristics

  3. Tractor can ONLY be entered into 2 weight classes for points! Tractor can pull as many times that you may like but only 2 classes will be your points classes

  4. Driver can only have 1 tractor per class for points.

  5. A tractor must be hooked to and attempt to move sled to receive hook points

  6. CAMS will put on 5 points pulls, April, May, the June Show, July, and the Fair pull in September. Only the top 3 attempts will be counted towards the points total, hence you can miss a pull and still get the maximum point total.

  7. Ties to be settled by total points accumulated through the 5 pulls first then by total distance pulled

  8. CAMS IS WAIVING THE PREVIOUS YEAR RULE FOR 2021 BECAUSE OF COVID 19 THERE WAS NO POINTS PULLS IN 2020!!!!!!!

  9. More rules and regulations maybe required by the CAMS pulling committee when needed.

   

THE POINT SYSTEM IS AS FOLLOWS:

 Place       Place Points          Hook Points                  Total Points 

  1.                 10                         5                                15

  2.                  9                         5                                14

  3.                  8                         5                                13

  4.                  7                         5                                12

  5.                  6                         5                                11

  6.                  5                         5                                10

  7.                  4                         5                                 9

  8.                  3                         5                                 8

  9.                  2                         5                                 7

  10.                  1                          5                                6

  11.                  0                         5                                5

AND BEYOND