The past tense of "pull" would be "pulled".
The past tense of Pull out is Pulled out......... :-)
The past tense is 'pulled'
Present Participle of pull is pulling, past is pulled, and past participle is have pulled
Pulled is the past tense and past participle of pull. Pulling is the present participle.
The past tense is pulled.
The timing marks on a Kawasaki Mule 1000 is that 1 cylinder can pull plug #2. When wet, pull #2 plug wire to keep it running.
look around for a lever to pull in radopolis trade cosmic crumpets with fluff in radopolis
It's impossible to quit a quest in wizard101. However, if you have the yellow arrow up, and it's bothering you, simply pull up the menu for the quests, and select a different quest.
Most past participles end with an "ed". In this case, it works to. Pulled
No, the past tense is tagged and tug means pull with force.
The gravitational pull from the sun plus its own pull away from the sun
Pull the chrome cover of the left side of the motor the timing marks are on the fly wheel. An F and a T.
You have to pull it back
Pull the lever on the right side.
No, it is a verb form, the past tense and past participle of the verb "to pull." It can be used as an adjective (pulledmuscle).
take the bolts off the cover then pull the wire
u have to pull the fuse under the hood that's marked sec
pull inspires things and feel things
With engine running in Park and E~brake set, pull dipstick and look at marks and fluid level. The dipstick has marks for cold or warmed up.
Pull the Batteries Out...