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General BS at a good location 50 59.52%
Show and shine event/meet and greet 55 65.48%
Drag race 31 36.90%
Sled pull 31 36.90%
Dyno event 45 53.57%
CF bbq cook off 44 52.38%
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post #13 of 115 (permalink) Old 08-13-2010, 01:32 PM
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If I am home I am down for it. I think my drive limit will be about 10hr's though.


Maybe consider doing it at a 4 wheel park. Not saying we do a mud bog but it could give us the room along with a cheap fee for it all. Moble Dyno will be easy to bring in. BBQing will be on those that want to. Most big 4 wheel parks have some type of easy access to them with all of the hooks that one may need

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If all went well at this weekend party, i could see it turning into the next sterggis...

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Were is there a place that would have a drag strip along with a place to sled pull? I've have trying to think of a place just even here in Missouri. We have 3 1/4 mile drag strips but no place to sled pull. Then at the fair grounds that I've been too theres places to sled pull but not drag race. I was even try to think at our state fair grounds there really isnt anything for both but its a large fairgrounds to accomodate everything else. Then again its one of those things you'd have to see what kind of interest you get to see how big a place youd actually need. I know in Springfield Missouri theres the Empire Fairgrounds which is a good size fairgrounds with camping facilities and a place to have a sled pull and they have a big expo building. Theres a dragstrip about 15 or 20 miles away from there in Rogersville. Ozark Raceway Park.

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Were is there a place that would have a drag strip along with a place to sled pull? I've have trying to think of a place just even here in Missouri. We have 3 1/4 mile drag strips but no place to sled pull. Then at the fair grounds that I've been too theres places to sled pull but not drag race. I was even try to think at our state fair grounds there really isnt anything for both but its a large fairgrounds to accomodate everything else. Then again its one of those things you'd have to see what kind of interest you get to see how big a place youd actually need. I know in Springfield Missouri theres the Empire Fairgrounds which is a good size fairgrounds with camping facilities and a place to have a sled pull and they have a big expo building. Theres a dragstrip about 15 or 20 miles away from there in Rogersville. Ozark Raceway Park.
Most of the time out here we just cut a pull track in the dirt part of a drag race paking lot. Works good for us. Then the event is all in one place.


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I'm voting Amarillo TX, Dreamchasers Racing has a dyno, one of the members on here has a huge shop with about 10 lifts that is at an old carlot so there is a huge parking lot. It is about a mile away from the dyno and it is only about 3 miles from the drag strip, and Amarillo is right on I-40 (and only 20 minutes from me lol)

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I'm voting Amarillo TX, Dreamchasers Racing has a dyno, one of the members on here has a huge shop with about 10 lifts that is at an old carlot so there is a huge parking lot. It is about a mile away from the dyno and it is only about 3 miles from the drag strip, and Amarillo is right on I-40 (and only 20 minutes from me lol)

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I'm voting Amarillo TX, Dreamchasers Racing has a dyno, one of the members on here has a huge shop with about 10 lifts that is at an old carlot so there is a huge parking lot. It is about a mile away from the dyno and it is only about 3 miles from the drag strip, and Amarillo is right on I-40 (and only 20 minutes from me lol)
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