All of whom are incredibly supportive with their endeavors and hold a strong sense of pride in their accomplishments.
: The Darnell’s farm corn, sugar beets, edible beans and sunflowers in Western Nebraska.
Dustin grew up with the passion for diesel engines working on a farm.
He is a heavy equipment technician in Spokane, Washington and he also works at a Diesel Performance shop called Northwest Custom, Inc. Engine: 5.9 24-valve Cummins., horsepower is unknown due to the truck hates dyno's. Has 150hp DDP Injectors, Fass 150 transfer pump, Deviant fuel sump, adrenaline intake horn, afe cold air intake, edge juice with attitude with stage 6 tuner.
the rest of the tractor specs are 31 inch ag tires, drum steer brakes, ford nine inch with 620 gears Windsor, Missouri in 2013 with MMTTPA (Mid Missouri Truck and Tractor Pullers Association), there were a lot of trucks there in their class that night and they were able to come home with a win that night against some of the absolute toughest trucks running. Bryce pulled his dad's farm tractor to get started. U Chan works for Farm and Farm Bureau as an Insurance Agent and has done that for 10 years. Chan has also raced an NHRA Stock Car (66 Caprice) since 1988. First pull was in Casselman, Ontario in 1998 which Marc won André Simard has been pulling since 1978 and the first tractor he built didn't cost anything because he owned a scrap yard and built the entire tractor from parts he gathered in the yard, needless to say that it didn't last too long!
He worked on pullers for years and ran a 2 engine mod with Dale Wagner in 1987. Marc’s pulling highlights would be his hometown wins and a 9th place out of 16 of the best tractors in the world in Bowling Green in 2013 but mostly what remains is all the friends and good people we meant throughout the years.
He was an awesome person and always fun to be around. Joey dedicates every single pull he pulls in to him.
390 ci Cummins 5.9 block from 2000 Dodge truck with 12v head modified by KC engine, Hart's 2.6 turbo, roller cam, SMT roller rockers, water to air intercooler and RPM data logger; this is currently his fifth block since started pulling Started building in November of 2009, built from the ground up from junk yards to after-market and a Ford f-700, cab and center frame came from one yard and rear and front frame and bed from another, front clip then from lmc truck, front axle is Rockwell fds-75 from Ford f-700 4x4 truck, rear Rockwell out of a semi all fabricated in Jason’s shop with some aftermarket help, purchased used Pro fab trans and drop box Jason grew up on farm, but loved horse power and motors, he went to allot of pulls with dad and his friends and sometimes drove them home lol.
Looking back on the past four years of his pulling career Joey has learned a lot and become a much better puller.
But one thing to remember about all those late night pulls and dirt slinging is that you need to enjoy every moment regardless of the turnout. He lost his life and it was a very tough time for us all.
Jim’s passion for pulling started over forty-years ago.