Just because the world is boring lately, and there is no sexier car than a Alumicraft.
Exactly what I run on my 1600 car. Its what has always been ran with the car for decades and they WORK. We changed a tire on an enclosed trailer using one on the way to Caliente several years ago. Real jack was with the team at the race already. So we had to make do....I have the hi-lift style bumper jack out of a 50s/60s/70s American car, that's all I've ever used, breaker bar is the handle. We haven't changed a flat in a race for probably 4 years, maybe we are driving too slow
Here’s a question for you fellow class 10 racers. We run the king jack on our car but the thing is heavy and a pain when it comes to the difference between front and rear flats having to readjust the jack. How many of you run the king jack and how many run just a floor jack? Those who run the floor jack do you like it or would you prefer something different like the king jack
I am but looks like definitely will have to regear and change R&P to use them, also no idea if actual trannys will hold together the beating with 37´s, trial and error will be the only way to know for sure, heard from a friend that suspension wise they do make a difference on handling the whoops and rough spots better than 35´s at least one team has tested them in Plaster City already, my main concern is if the transmission will be resistant enough in a Baja 1000 to be able to finish.Are any class 10 guys interested in the new Tensor 37?
No I believe it is an 11.50.Interesting 37” tire on a 10 car, what is the width? Same tread pattern as the 35s?