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Old 11-07-2005, 07:39 AM
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Does anyone know how to get ahold of Rick Davis? I heard from someone that Rick made the trick aluminum tech setup for sedan. I want to discuss the possibility of him doing that for the state series down here.

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Old 11-07-2005, 08:03 AM
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i think empire has his contact info.
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Old 11-07-2005, 08:21 AM
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here is some guy that makes a lexan alternative: http://www.deccosoftware.com/forum/t...chII/Index.asp
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Tom,

can you give me info on how to contact Empire?
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wish I'd been able to access this post earlier cause I was at the Nat's like you, the company that built the tech tools for me that were used at the Toledo sedan nats quoted and built a 190 and a 200 gauge for Jorge from Full Throttle (now Kissimmee) but he never paid and they were never shipped - by January they were tired of looking at them so they gave them to me and I donated them to ROAR along with the original pair of 200mm gauges, they were shipped to Mike Queller in March and it was my intention that a mechanism be put in place to loan these tools out to clubs for races. I've been told that David Lee was going to control this but the last time I talked with David (mid September) he had not recieved the gauges from Texas. I can put you in touch with the company that built them but I'm betting fairly strongly that they will want cash up front having been stung once. FYI they quoted Jorge 2K each.
P.S. your action shots are awesome but some of would like detail chassis shots.
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Thanks for the compliment!

please give me the info for the company that made it!

thanks!


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jarod
wish I'd been able to access this post earlier cause I was at the Nat's like you, the company that built the tech tools for me that were used at the Toledo sedan nats quoted and built a 190 and a 200 gauge for Jorge from Full Throttle (now Kissimmee) but he never paid and they were never shipped - by January they were tired of looking at them so they gave them to me and I donated them to ROAR along with the original pair of 200mm gauges, they were shipped to Mike Queller in March and it was my intention that a mechanism be put in place to loan these tools out to clubs for races. I've been told that David Lee was going to control this but the last time I talked with David (mid September) he had not recieved the gauges from Texas. I can put you in touch with the company that built them but I'm betting fairly strongly that they will want cash up front having been stung once. FYI they quoted Jorge 2K each.
P.S. your action shots are awesome but some of would like detail chassis shots.
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Hey Rick, check your PM.
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