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mud bog schedule

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by chevyboy24598, Dec 16, 2001.

  1. chevyboy24598

    chevyboy24598 1/2 ton status

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    2002 Schedule
    March 16, 2002
    April 20, 2002
    May 18, & 19, 2002
    June 15, 2002
    August 17, 2002
    September 21, 2002
    October 19, & 20, 2002

    All are in Keeling, Va. it's toward Danville. The classes are follows:
    Powder Puff (women’s class)
    A (tires up to 33")
    B (tires up to 36")
    C (tires up to 44")
    XX (no blower or tube frame)
    Outlaw (anything goes)


    Rust=Good
    <a target="_blank" href=http://www.bodatious.com> bodatious </a>
    <a target="_blank" href=http://www.mudboggingfun.homestead.com> my site </a>
     
  2. chevyboy24598

    chevyboy24598 1/2 ton status

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    Any takers??

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    if i was on that end of the country, i would, but i'm stuck in vegas.

    people that get good mileage aren't having any fun!
    scott,
    1989 GMC suburban 3/4t 4" lift rollin on 36" swampers, tbi350, th350, np241
     
  4. white_knight

    white_knight 1/2 ton status

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    Thumper 1/2 ton status

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    Hey white knight... do you belong to the CMRO? Do you have a schedule yet? If you do, I was wondering if it has any Bonnyville dates on it yet. They stopped doing mud racing here in conjunction with Powerama in Bonnyville a couple yrs ago and I have been hoping they would start up again. I got the chance to race two yrs in a row before they stopped, and really want to give it a go again.

    Mike


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  6. chevyboy24598

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    No I don't but I do get the schedule sometime in February

    They also post it on their website
    <a target="_blank" href=http://www.cmro.net/>http://www.cmro.net/</a>

    We were thinking of racing there but since we changed frame we would be placed in the nitrous/alcohol class. When I get nitrous I will give them a shot. They have some awesome horsepower. They are more of a mud drag race though. Mud is only 18" deep.

    We've been doing Crownest,fort macleod,three hills and maybe we'll do drumheller also this coming season.
    That mud is 4-5 feet deep. Different kind of racing.

    I like crowsnest the best. You should try and make that one this year. There are a lot of trucks that show up ( really nice ones) They get at leats 60 trucks competing in all different classes. Lots of fun [​IMG]

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    The mud in this hole is 3-5 ft. and is real thick. So you have to have gears and horsepower to make it out.

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    Do they measure actual tire height or manufacturer tire height? Cant make it, but just curious how you guys run it.

    Ken H.


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    Rust free in Michigan!
     
  10. chevyboy24598

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    Manufacturer tire height unless its 275/75r16 or something.

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