Tim Kissel, a close family friend and member of the Green Extreme pulling
team, passed away while planting corn on June 2nd. He was a true fan
of tractor pulling and farming and will be sorely missed. This page
and season are dedicated to him.
*Updated 1/20/04 - Green Extreme finishes 6th in the Saturday Evening
session at the ATPA Winter Nationals in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. See the
results links for more results from Ft. Wayne. We are currently in
preparations for the NFMS in Louisville, KY February 11-14th. We are
competing in the Wednesday Night session. A tentative 2004 Pro-Stock
schedule has also been added.*
CDS Pro-stock Turbocharger, 4.6 Billet Wheel, Big Compressor Housing.
This is not the turbo with the latest exhaust wheel. Asking $4250
Firestone 24.5 Single Cut Ag Tires- Only used at NFMS and Ft. Wayne,
less than 10 runs on the tires. Asking $1250 - SOLD
For more information on the above contact Mike Sarver at 812-309-0535 or
email at email@example.com
We can deliver to Ft. Wayne or NFMS
*Green Extreme T-Shirts and Hats now available. Click the link at the
left for more information*
(Photo Courtesy of Photo Joe)
Hi. My name is Bobby Sarver. Thank you for visiting my page. Let me tell
you a little bit about our team. We are from a small town in southwestern
Indiana called Richland. I am 23 years old and am working at Jasper Engines
and Transmissions. My dad, Mike, is a grain farmer. My mom, Ellen, is a AP
Biology teacher at South Spencer High School. I have two younger brothers.
Tim is 20 and Jimmy is 17. Tim is a junior at Purdue University and is
majoring in Ag Systems Management. Jimmy is a junior at South Spencer High
School. We got into tractor pulling in 1992 when my dad purchased the Happe
Brother's Hoosier Smoker. We had to change the name after an announcer made
the comment, "Bobby Knight must be proud". This didn't sit well with us
since we are avid Purdue fans. Well that winter we rebuilt the tractor and
ran it the next season without a name. Then disaster struck. While at a
pull at Connersville, IN the tractor came out of gear at about 100 feet.
Everything that could go wrong did. Everything from the engine to the
transmission was junked. We decided not to rebuild immediately and to wait
till that winter. Since the majority of the parts from our first tractor
were junk, we decided to build a new tractor from the ground up. With the
help of Lance Little of Tantrum Enterprises, Green Extreme was born. We
actually got the name from a video game that we had. Dad saw the box of the
game and on it was the word Extreme. It was printed the same was as it
looks on the tractor today. We have been pulling Green Extreme ever since.
Our crew consists of several people. My Dad, brother and I share the
majority of the driving duties, but from time to time you will see other
faces in the seat. A family friend, Jeff Newcom will drive from time to
time. You may also see Jimmy start pulling in the near future. Of course
none of this would have been possible without the help of several people.
The Masterson's for all their help and knowledge. Columbus Diesel and
Riverside Engines for all the great help. But most of all we would like to
thank all the fans, because without fans there wouldn't be any tractor