With more than 400 members, the non-profit Dodge County Antique Power Club hosts an annual show featuring the engines, equipment, and tractors of yesteryear. Hosted the first full weekend of August, each annual show features a line of equipment and small engines for display at the show. Other show features include tractor pull, kids activities, flea market, women's center, and a variety of foods.
4000 Super Antique 58 & older No
5500 Super Antique 58 & older No
weight class – not to exceed 12,500# - No entry fee – No payback
RULES FOR ABOVE CLASSES: FACTORY STOCK
1.RPMs all tractors factory stock NO LOAD
2.Tractors may pull in max of 2 classes plus unlimited.
3.Tractors 1939 to 1958 including models in production
at that time will be able to pull in classes 1958 & older.
4.No tractors equipped with torque converter. Tractors
with torque amplifiers-High range only.
5.Draw bar height not to exceed 18 inches nor to be
closer than 18 inches from center of rear axle.
6.No 4-wheel drive or crawler type vehicles.
7.Front weights no more than 24 inches from front
8.Rear weights must not exceed more than 24 inches
behind center of rear axle. Weights must be securely fastened to tractor.
Weights must not interfere with hook-up. If anything falls off of tractor it
will be disqualified.
9.Engine speed must be controlled by governor only.
10.Any tractor violating the boundary of track will be
measured at that point, provided they stop.
11.Judge’s decision will be final regarding pull and
12.All tractors will be weighed at pull. Weigh-in starts
at 9:00 am.
13.No sharpened tires.
14.Tractor must have working P.T.O. except in working
15.If age 17 or younger driver must have passed tractor
information call Matt Feucht 920-319-2281