Tractor Pull

Northern Nevada Antique Power Club

The purpose of our club is to stimulate interest in collecting, restoring and displaying old machinery or implements of historical value. 

We participate in local parades, educational activities, and other agriculture related events. At our Club Meetings we share our knowledge in restoration of antique power equipment.

Our annual show will be held in conjunction with the Carson City Fair this year. Our show is a family event where you will enjoy there sights and sounds of antique power. We show how things were done on the farm in the late 1800’s. Antique engines, tractors, and equipment is displayed by our members. We expect over 50 antique tractors on display this year for your enjoyment. 

An antique tractor will be raffled off on Sunday, July 30th. Tickets will be sold at the fair, $1 for 1 ticket, $5 will get you 6 tickets, $20 for 25 tickets, $100 will get you 125 tickets.

Antique Tractor Pulls

Antique Tractors in the pulls will be 50 years or older and not modified. 

Tractors pull a heavy sled with the winner being the tractor that pulls the sled the farthest.

The tractors are weighed in and put into weight classes that are divided into 1,000 pound increments, ranging in weight from 1,000 lbs. to 15,000 lbs. 

All tractors in their respective classes pull a set resistance added to the sled depending on the weight class. The sled is known as a weight transfer sled. This means that as it is pulled down the track, the weight is transferred (linked with gears to the sled’s wheels) from over the rear axles and towards the front of the sled. As the weight moves toward the front of he sled the resistance builds. The farther the tractor pulls the sled, the more difficult it gets to pull the sled. Each weight class will have a winning puller who has pulled further than anyone else in their class.