Not sure if we have discussed this in the past but got the flyer sat. night at the truck pull and thought I would share. Maybe we could plan some sort of G2G around one of these big events one day. I plan to go to the may jam (saturday the 29th) These guys are involved in the pulling that I do and are great people. They basically do anything that involves 4x4 trucks, mud or pulling.
Tony 1994 F250 XLT ext. cab,long bed,7.3 IDI factory turbo,4x4,manual hubs,E4OD,4.10 gears, K&N air filter,Hayden 679 trans. cooler,PSD oil filter,coolant filter and vac. operated heater shut off valve, manual glowplugs,Autometer water temp.,trans. temp., and pyro in three guage pillar pod, Autometer mechanical oil pressure under dash with twin vac/boost guages,TruxPort tonneau cover,straight piped,189,000 miles and counting. 88 Ranger 2.0, 5 speed,147,000 mi.,bought new.NC Chapter Member,IUE Retired, NRA Life Member,USMC.
Come out for sure. Im pretty certain my sled pulling days are over, or atleast until they rethink there class' In my opinion a stock class should be just that, stock. Not dedicated pull trucks with no rear suspension, professional hitches and huge weight boxes on the front that have a stock turbo so they get to run the stock class.....
'06 F250 CC/SB PSD. 2'' lift, Bilstein 5100's, Dual stabilizers, 20'' Harley wheels, 35-12.50 MT ATZ's, 08 Mirrors, ARP studs, EGR delete, 4'' MBRP, X3 with custom tunes, Full gauges, scangauge II, Coolant filter, Red top Optimas, DC 185a alt,
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