Garden Tractor Pulling Association
Welcome to the home page of CGTPA, INC.
We are a garden tractor club located in Central Kentucky. Our club is designed for the enjoyment of pullers of all ages and gender who enjoy the
competitive sport of pulling garden tractors. All pullers must be able to control the tractor in a safe and orderly manner to be able to pull. We are incorporated and insured. We welcome pullers to join us at pulls, and hope you enjoy our web site. Members are voted on by majority vote of
Board Members. All decisions made by Board Members are final.
August 5, 2015
The next pull will be on Wednesday, August 5 at the Brodhead Fairgrounds in Brodhead. Weigh in will be at 6:00 pm and pull will be at
August 8, 2015
We will be pulling on Saturday, August 8, 2015 in Waddy. Weigh in will be at 6:00 pm and pull will be at 7:00 pm. We will be using our regular
lineup for this pull.
We will be adding a 950# Lite Altered Class. This class is a on a trial basis for the season. It is a non points class, it will be pulled last and WILL NOT
be pulled at fair pulls.
950# Lite Alter Class
Trial Run Class
13" hitch height
There are different rules for different style engines in this class to promote fairness for all that compete.
Ohv Twins 45.5 cu in limit, any bore & stroke combination legal. OEM stock heads, no recast. Stock size valves. No roller cams allowed.
Port & polishing, milling, decking, welding, drilling & topping permitted. You may run fabricated intake manifold with max 1.200" carb, gas
Flathead twins max 62 cu in limit, any bore & stroke combination legal. Billet heads permitted. Open valve size, milling, decking, port &
polishing, welding, drilling & topping permitted. Fabricated intake manifold with max 1.200" carb, gas or alcohol.
Flathead single 48 cu in limit max, any bore & stroke combination legal. Stock OEM block. No reproductions or copies. Open valve size,
billet heads, port & polishing, milling, decking, welding, drilling & topping permitted. Block must contain stock design. Max 1.200" carb,
gas or alcohol.
This class will be monitored by the board of directors and tech personnel, to make changes to promote fairness in class, so one engine
style is Not dominate. There may be weight or hitch height changes during the season.
If you have any questions, please contact John Varner or Richie Cochran. Their phone numbers are on the Board Member page, along with all of CGTPA Board Members. Any of them will be happy to answer your questions.