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Old 11-19-2006, 07:55 AM   #946
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Nash has been really quiet. Won't your laptop reboot or what??
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Old 11-19-2006, 11:34 AM   #947
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Mr. Bill.... Thanks a million!

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Old 11-19-2006, 01:18 PM   #948
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been practicing 19t 12th about 5 packs a night for the last 2 weeks and been racing. TQed oval and was in the lead with my 1995 Woods LilDog and got punted back a lap with about a minutes to go. came back to the lead lap but didn't have enough time to get back to the point. then got third in 12th saturday behind Thunder RC and EA in our CRC only field. other then that working on the vegas and halloween video to get a dvd done of it. got tires to true and put tires on the Thunder RC Minivan! and a bunch of other stuff.
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Old 11-19-2006, 03:03 PM   #949
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wheel width is 31mm, the hand book was already in print before the rule change
Awesome - thanks.

How about the body height - are you using 20 mm blocks under the car for measurement? I just measured my DNA and with a 20 mm block I am fine - without (unless I run it at monster-truck height), way under.
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Awesome - thanks.

How about the body height - are you using 20 mm blocks under the car for measurement? I just measured my DNA and with a 20 mm block I am fine - without (unless I run it at monster-truck height), way under.

exactly my point
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We don't measure exactly the same way roar does but we are checking on exactly what it does measure to make there won't be any problems.There won't be a 20mm block under the car that I know for sure. I also don't think you have to be at 130 mm either.we used this gauge last year and I believe for the last couple or so.I don't remember it being a problem in the least but we are checking on it.
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Damn I am in dialed qualifiers and I am not coming

See you guys next time.
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Old 11-20-2006, 05:15 AM   #953
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What is the earliest that we can check in to the hotel Wednesday?
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I'm starting to get nervous.............just look at how many cigarettes I have been smoking!!!!!!!!
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I was looking at the heatboard sheet and I notice that 19t touring is right before mod touring. I notice there is going to be a lot of people running both class and thus some racers will have to run back to back. Also, for the main, if they run all the A main at the end, if 19t is right before mod, a lot of people will have to miss the 19t main since most factory drivers are running both 19t and mod. Just wondering if Masters would be best suited in between 19t and mod ?

just wanted to point that out.

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No, no, no.......That would not be good either. You will just have to make due. So many classes, so many entries, this has been this way for quite some time and if you run multiple calsses you need to be prepared! No matter what class is run after another, your going to have racers running back to back.
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No, no, no.......That would not be good either. You will just have to make due. So many classes, so many entries, this has been this way for quite some time and if you run multiple calsses you need to be prepared! No matter what class is run after another, your going to have racers running back to back.
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We don't measure exactly the same way roar does but we are checking on exactly what it does measure to make there won't be any problems.There won't be a 20mm block under the car that I know for sure. I also don't think you have to be at 130 mm either.we used this gauge last year and I believe for the last couple or so.I don't remember it being a problem in the least but we are checking on it.
Ok cool - will this set-up be available during Wednesday/ Thursdays practice so we can check our cars in advance?

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