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Reading through the rules and classes Chris there is no WS class. Street 2.6 is the lowest class, and it's 8500lb max :eek:. I'm gonna have a hard time meeting weight, I should be able to 1500-1600lbs.:D
8500# street is a 2.5 class or am I misreading something??? Then the next up is 2.8...
 

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something is wrong they only have rules for two classes but are having four classes at the event. Also we got both trucks ready to go for the most part, and everyone is welcome to come over and check out the new truck, and hopefully i cant meet some of you guys.
 

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The classes are:

8500 LB STREET DIESELS
8500 LB SUPER STREET
8500 LB PROSTREET
8500 LB PRO FARM TRACTORS
8500 LB OPEN DIESEL

Here are the rules for Street and Super Street:

8500 LB STREET DIESEL TRUCK
1. Must be licensed, registered, and insured (Bring CURRENT registration and insurance with you to register)
2. Single Turbo charger only. The compressor housing may be no larger than a 2.5 inch ROUND inlet measured at the smallest diameter area of the compressor wheel. The inlet will be measured using a 2.55 inch plug. A stock MWE groove is allowed. Downsizing of the compressor housing ahead of the wheel is NOT allowed but must meet the 2.5 inch diameter for at least 3/4 inch in front of the wheel along the bore. No MWE groove will be allowed that has greater than a 1/4 inch width. All provisions allowing air to the wheel other than the bore and the MWE groove are prohibited. . 2007 and Newer FORD POWERSTROKE 6.4 ENGINES WITH FACTORY TWIN TURBOS WILL BE PERMITTED IN THIS CLASS
3. All Computer chips and boxes are permitted
4. Stock appearing injection pumps LIMITED TO ONE.
5. No Nitrous, Propane or Water Injection- All Bottles Must Be Removed
(a) Pullers will declare upon being teched if their truck has any equipment capable of delivering NITROUS OXIDE and\or PROPANE.
(b) Upon the pullers declaration of having this equipment the PULLER will make the bottle end of the line to the delivery solenoid available to the techs for a visible inspection, to insure that it is not capable at the time of pulling to deliver NITROUS OXIDE or PROPANE
(c) Upon inspection of the truck and the above mentioned equipment is found , and the PULLER failed to declare his TRUCK possessed this equipment, the PULLER and TRUCK will be immediately disqualified , not allowed to pull and will forfeit all entry fees paid.
6. There will be under hood inspections
7. Original style front and rear suspension. Lowering or raising vehicle height with suspension modifications is permitted. No Strapping or Chaining of Front or Rear Suspension. CENTER LINK may be strapped.
Rear Suspension may be blocked. NO SOLID WELDED REARENDS
8. Air Bags permitted must have only 1 airline running to them and line must be capped off, no air tanks, compressors or in cab controls.
9. Tractions Bars must have a safety loop securely attached to frame & bars near where bars attach to frame of truck. Safety loop must be aluminum, steel, cable or chain securely attached to or around the frame. NO STRAPS, ROPE, OR ETC……
10. Front Hanging Weights are allowed, NOT to exceed 60 inches forward of the center of the front axle. THIS WILL BE MEASURED FROM CENTER OF FRONT WHEELS TO FURTHEREST MOST POINT OF THE WEIGHTS OR WEIGHT RACK. NO Weights in cab of truck.
11. Factory or commercially distributed aftermarket hitch. Must be horizontal to the ground and stationary in all directions. Height from ground must not exceed 26 “. Minimum 3 1/2-inch diameter for sled hook. (NO UNDER BED PULLING HITCHES)
12. Hook point must be past rear of truck bed.
13. NO hitches with chains holding it to a gooseneck ball or other device in truck bed.
14. Truck must have both front and rear bumper, rear roll pans are expectable as bumpers.
15. Driver must provide clevis, minimum 3 ½ “diameter.
16. No weight transfer hitches.
17. No chains, studs, spikes, etc.
18. D.O.T. Street legal tires.
19. Engine must come stock from the factory in a 1-ton pickup truck or less application. Engine does have be an option by the same manufacturer as truck.
20. Engine must remain in stock factory position. Must have radiator.
21. Drive train must be O.E.M. from 1 ton or less pickup. (I.E. NO DROP BOXES OR REVERSERS)
22. Rear axle bolts must be covered either by center cap or shield.
23. Must have interior in truck.
24. May be hauled to pull.
24. IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT ALL TRUCKS HAVE SAFETY EQUIPMENT (FUEL SHUT OFFS, KILL SWITCHES, SCATTER BLANKETS, DRIVE LINE LOOPS, FIRE EXTIGUSHER, ETC.)


8500 LB SUPER STREET DIESELS TRUCKS
1. May be hauled to pull.
2. Single Turbo charger only. The compressor housing may be no larger than a 2.8 inch ROUND inlet measured at the smallest diameter area of the compressor wheel. Downsizing of the compressor housing ahead of the wheel is allowed but must meet the 2.8 inch diameter for at least 3/4 inch in front of the wheel along the bore. The inlet will be measured using a 2.85 inch plug. A stock MWE groove is allowed. No MWE groove will be allowed that has greater than a 1/4 inch width. All provisions allowing air to the wheel other than the bore and the MWE groove are prohibited.
3. All Computer chips and boxes are permitted
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No Nitrous or Propane - All Bottles Must Be Removed
(a) Pullers will declare upon being teched if their truck has any equipment capable of delivering NITROUS OXIDE and\or PROPANE.
(b) Upon the pullers declaration of having this equipment the PULLER will make the bottle end of the line to the delivery solenoid available to the techs for a visible inspection, to insure that it is not capable at the time of pulling to deliver NITROUS OXIDE or PROPANE
(c) Upon inspection of the truck and the above mentioned equipment is found , and the PULLER failed to declare his TRUCK possessed this equipment, the PULLER and TRUCK will be immediately disqualified , not allowed to pull and will forfeit all entry fees paid.
5. Water\Methanol Injection allowed.
6. There will be under hood inspections
7. Rear Suspension may be blocked.
8. Air Bags permitted, must have only 1 airline running to them and line must be capped off, no air tanks, compressors or in cab controls.
9. Tractions Bars must have a safety loop securely attached to frame & bars near where bars attach to frame of truck. Safety loop must be aluminum, steel, cable or chain securely attached to or around the frame of truck .NO STRAPS, ROPE, OR ETC……
10. Front Hanging Weights are allowed, NOT to exceed 60 inches forward of the center of the front axle. THIS WILL BE MEASURED FROM CENTER OF FRONT WHEELS TO FURTHEST MOST POINT OF WEIGHTS OR WEIGHT RACK. NO Weights in cab of truck.
11. Factory or commercially distributed aftermarket hitch. Must be horizontal to the ground and stationary in all directions. Height from ground must not exceed 26 “. Minimum 3 1/2-inch diameter for sled hook. (NO UNDER BED PULLING HITCHES)
12. Hook point must be past rear of truck bed.
13. NO hitches with chains holding it to a gooseneck ball or other device in truck bed.
14. No weight transfer hitches.
15. No chains, studs, spikes, etc.
16. D.O.T. Street legal tires.
17. Engine must come stock from the factory in a 1-ton pickup truck or less application. Engine does not have be the same manufacturer as truck. (I.e. Cummins Engine may be transplanted in a Ford or Chevy truck)
18. Drive train must be O.E.M. from 1 ton or less pickup. (I.E. NO DROP BOXES OR REVERSERS)
19. Trucks with manual transmissions, running in excess of 4000 rpms must run a scatter proof blanket on the bellhousing.
20. Rear axle bolts must be covered either by center cap or shield.
21. Drivers must wear seat belts & helmets are recommended.
22. IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT ALL TRUCKS HAVE SAFETY EQUIPMENT (FUEL SHUT OFFS, KILL SWITCHES, SCATTER BLANKETS, FIRE EXTIGUSHER, ETC.)
 

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I'll get in touch with Stewart Esters(Wide Open Pulling Productions) to get the rules for Pro Street and Open.
 

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K thanks, cuz I thought the first class was a workstock like class thats why I was gonna pull.
 

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Thats what I thought, then Jerrod said 2.6 was the lowest there was no "workstock" like class. Just didnt wanna be runnin up against the 650-700hp guys really.....
 

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Phil, I guess the clevis I used at springfield will work won't it? Do you have to take the intake tubing off for them to inspect?
Looks like I may have a "couple" of classes I'll want to pull in.
Thank goodness it doesn't say anything about drunken/rowdy behavior not being permitted.
 

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Yeah I understand that but theres a little bit of difference between a built 2.5 truck and built 2.6 though....
 

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Hehehe funny guy :D
 

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might wana up that to over 700hp with a 2.5
 

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Bringing some EFI with you Brayden?
 
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