TrophyLite extends with Yokohama & Welcomes Select Glass

geno760

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We are proud to announce a 3 year extension of our great relationship with Yokohama Tire ensuring our class will continue to run the best tires available in the desert through the 2022 season.

Additionally we would also like to welcome Select Glass as the title sponsor of the TrophyLite Race Series for the 2020 season. A 3 year partnership that will last through 2022 as well. Select Glass has a long history in off-road racing and we are proud to be part of the Select Glass Family!

2020 will be a big season for TrophyLite and we hope you will join us. See you in the desert.

About Yokohama Tire:
Yokohama Tire Corporation is the North American manufacturing and marketing arm of Tokyo, Japan-based The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd., a global manufacturing and sales company of premium tires since 1917. Servicing an extensive sales network throughout the U.S., Yokohama Tire Corporation is a leader in technology and innovation. The company's complete product line includes tires for high-performance, light truck, passenger car, commercial truck and bus, and off-the-road mining and construction applications.

Web: yokohamatire.com
IG: @yokohamatire
FB: @yokohamatire

About Select Glass:
Select Glass opened February of 2004 with one installer, one truck and one shop. We quickly expanded to over 20 employees, 5 trucks, 8 vans, and 3 locations! Select glass offers all glass service from Auto and Residential to Commercial Storefront. We offer mobile and in shop service. We accept all insurance claims and we are a preferred provider with all the glass networks to process those claims

Web: selectglass.com
IG: @selectglassinc
FB: @selectglasspeoriaaz

About TrophyLite:
TrophyLite debuted on the off-road racing circuit in 2007. The series was conceptualized with the focus on bringing an affordable SPEC off-road racing to anyone who had the drive to race in the desert. Before TrophyLite was conecepted the cost of running a desert program was overwhelming for beginning and seasoned drivers. TrophyLite Spec race trucks deliver the feel of a trophy truck with a budget that just about anyone can afford.

Web: trophylite.com
IG: @trophylite
FB: @trophylite
 

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geno760

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Where is Select Glass based out of. Always good to support the companies that support our sport.

Congrats on Yoko too
Thanks Dave, Select Glass HQ is in Peoria, AZ with an office in Wickenburg as well. They pretty much handle all things glass and have a mobile crew to handle Prescott and Flagstaff. They do a lot of work in the community with charities and we've heard they can bring a mean BBQ. Nearly 15 years in the business we are pretty excited to team up with them.
 

johndjmix

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Cheers to select glass. I’m sure there work is top notch. I just hope this doesn’t mean we are installing windshields in the Trophylite’s. :)

—john
 

michael.gonzalez

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how is the overall prep cost on a tl for a season ?, hi / low, super cheap?( me ) thnx.


This thread has some insight:

Trophylite. We don’t run every race, but here’s our prep after v2r (2nd place) from last year.

Change the oil in engine and diff.
Repair the rear skid plate.
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Total prep $200

We got the truck pretty smooth at this point, nothing big really breaks.

Well, Sometimes it works out that way. But normally you broke a few things and if it’s a motor, your talking $5,000.

—john
 

SMS81

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Prep is really inexpensive on a trophylite, would be even cheaper if you could source your own parts. Figure $3500-$5000 a race to run up front, plus they are very easy to work on. The trucks are great and hands down the best bang for your buck in Offroad!
 
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