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How To Stop an Allis

Well, I remember one night a few years ago, at the county fair, standing in the pits during the tractor pull. I was listening to Gae-Ton Yelle who was standing beside his 1066 Super stock International making jokes in his heavy french accent about Billy Delarm Jr. 's D-21 super. During all this he walked up to Billy just before they went out to put on a 2 tractor class Expo of their 14 and 1500 hp monsters, and said to bill-'Eh, billay, how do you stop an Allais Chammers?' Bill looked at him and said 'Nah, yah frog fool, how do yah do that?' 'Easay', replied Gae-ton, 'Hook a chain to it!!' needless to say, Gae-ton's Rooster barely made the finish line, Billy's Double Trouble Was hard on the brakes to stop the allis befoe it went into the first turn and into the horse barn! But that night flashed me back to 1992. It was the first year of 2 years the Antiques pulled at the fair. Gae-ton was atcually right o this day- A Fellow (who shall remain annonymous-he's a neibor of mine) brought his D-15 out. My friend Calvin hooked the chain on, and the feller began to tighten the chain, but befor it was tight the tractor reared a little and quit!! He restarted it and tried again, with the same result. 2 links still remained on the track!! HAHA!! Needless to say, he left in a hurry, and never pulled again, but still has his Allis.

Peter C. Gravell, NY, entered 2001-06-06
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