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Old 06-17-2011, 08:28 PM
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TRUCK PULLS!!!!!!!!!!

If anyone is interested, there is gonna be a diesel truck and tructor pull tomarrow night (7/18/11) at the Grant county fairgrounds outside williamstown. They start at 7:00pm. I think they will have work stock trucks as well.
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THey have been canceled due to the rain.
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I haven't been to a truck pull in years. I know Travis has a pullin truck. Buck, I know you remember him. He has several friends that are truck pullers. I would like to go sometime. It'd be fun.
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They said that they plan to reschedule for sept. 2nd. Maybe you could make the trip down for it.
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what would i need to do to my girl (Sandy the truck aka the barge) to get her truck pull ready and keep her street legal?
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NTPA Rulebook | Publications

Here's a link that can get you the rules you need. There are many different classes, and even some of those rules vary from track to track.
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They do offer an open daily driver class at a lot of the pulls. The truck must be stock (except for the tires) and the reciever can only be so high. Mine don't qualifiy due to the custom exhaust and the fact that it is "not exactly factory stock" lol.
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They do offer an open daily driver class at a lot of the pulls. The truck must be stock (except for the tires) and the reciever can only be so high. Mine don't qualifiy due to the custom exhaust and the fact that it is "not exactly factory stock" lol.
well mine is stock as far as im concerned cus it came the way it is
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