SACRAMENTO, CA – Moss Brothers’ Racing transcendental black ’79 Ford Bronco will be debuting a new sponsor – RuffStuffSpecialties.com – at the 14th annual SCORE Terribles Primm 300 race on September 11 – 13. Brothers Don and Ken Moss are a class favorite and third on SCORE’s all time win list in Primm with six class 3 wins, including the last five straight years. They are undefeated in 2009 and will be looking for their 32nd SCORE class win in Primm in their quest for a seventh SCORE Class 3 championship.
Ruff Stuff Specialties of Loomis, CA specializes in Off Road fabrication parts and are the finest in seriously strong steel products. Although they fabricate parts for Trophy trucks, this outfit also caters to the normal wheeler or desert racer with parts that you KNOW will last. The Moss Brothers will be utilizing a unique shaped bent steel axle housing, as well as braces, u-bolts, brackets, spring plates and shock mounts. “The housing the Bronco had in it was the second housing I had built up from a circle track housing. However, it just got fatigued and started to bend; the first one cracked one of the axle tubes and had to be welded during a race.” Don Moss continues, “The new housing from Ruff Stuff Specialties will gain us nearly 2” of additional clearance and it is ½” larger in diameter, having been fabricated from stronger 3/8” bent sheet steel.” This housing is a standard production item and more information on this and other parts available can be found online at www.RuffStuffSpecialties.com.
According to SCORE, this year’s Terrible 300 race will actually start, finish and include racing action inside the off road short course race track in Primm. Free grandstand seating will be available for spectators. Class 3 will complete only two laps on the 69 mile course, for a total of 138 race miles. Live vehicle tracking on Saturday, can be found at www.racetheworld.net and live race updates will be posted on www.dirtnewz.com. The Moss Brothers have competed in and won the SCORE Laughlin and San Felipe races, as well the SNORE Mint 400 this year.