The simplest thing would have been to ask him, but generally
tractoring means you have too little camber.
On Jul 26, 2008, at 11:04 PM, Steven Preiss wrote:
> Could have meant running on, as in after the ignition is shut off,
> due to
> fuel being vaporized by excessive heat in the engine compartment.
> Steve P.
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> Subject: [Fot] "Tractoring"?
>> Some of you may know MGB driver Rich Larsen and his traveling
>> mechanic /
> pal Andy. Andy is the one with the white crewcut, Butch Bohunk
> and about 1,000 years of experience with making automobiles go. You
> naturally tend to listen to Andy when he offers an opinion about
> what you
> car is doing.
>> Well, this last race weekend at Blackhawk, Andy wandered over and
> his head under my hood and offered the opinion that my car was
> At first, I thought it was just a variation on the usual
> Triumph-motor-as-agricultural-implement joke. But he said something
> it again as we were cleaning up for the day, and I've been thinking
> about it
>> I've never heard the word "tractoring" used in this way before.
> have any idea what it means in this context?
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