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2009 Springfield, TN Street Legal Truck Pull - June 26

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Alright guys, it's just around the corner. Fred told me things should be about the same as last year as far as rules. He'll let me know if there are any changes from 2008.

IMO, if you're in a 100+/- mile circle of MapQuest Maps: you should come on out.

The Mid-South Pullers Assoc. pull the next night. The Mid-South Pullers Association

2008 Rules
1. Start time is 7:00 p.m. Must be registered by 6:30 p.m.
2. Trucks must meet street legal requirements. No modifications to suspension or external weight bracket.
(Lift kits are acceptable)
3. All trucks must be driven in gate. If they are hauled in, you WILL go into unlimited class. No questions asked.
4. All trucks must be one-ton or smaller in capacity.
5. No propane or nitrous
6. No trucks equipped with kill switches.
7. Hitch height must not exceed 26".
8. Exhaust must extend behind cab and exit through stacks in the bed or in the OEM location. The Unlimited Class
exhaust may exit through the hood.
9. All weights and loose articles must be secured! No weight brackets on front of truck.
All extra weights must be secured in bed.
10. Current license and registration required and WILL be checked.
11. Weight Classes:
6,200 lb. gas maximum weight
7,200 lb. gas maximum weight
Stock Diesel -This must be a completely Stock Truck! No programmers or chips allowed! Must have stock exhaust and intake
8,500 lb. weight limit NO aftermarket gauges
7,500 lb. diesel maximum weight
Must have a stock Turbo
Must have at least 1" on travel in the rear
No water injection
Reciever style hitch required
8,500 lb. diesel maximum weight
Must have a stock Turbo
Must have at least 1" on travel in the rear
No water injection
Reciever style hitch required
10,500 lb. diesel maximumweight
Must have stock Turbo
Must have atleast 1" on travel in the rear
No water injection
Reciever style hitch required
Unlimited Diesel
Truck must weigh less than 8500 Lbs.
No Nitrous or Propane
Hanging weights accepted
Water injection accepted
12. Must have DOT approved tires. NO cut tires.
13. Puller must provide a 1" or larger clevis.
14. Age requirements:
15 years or younger MUST have written parent's consent and adult accompaniment.
16-17 years MUST have written parent's consent.
18 and over - driver assumes full liability.
15. ALL participants MUST wear seat belt.
16. $20 hook fee (per hook).
17. 80% payback per class (except Unlimited Class)
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place will be paid.
Unlimited Class pays -
$125.00 for 1st place
$75.00 for 2nd place
18. All trucks in Unlimited Class will pull in a single class together.
19. Trucks will be inspected at gate and weighed and classed accordingly.
20. Only 1 person per truck when pulling, except if under 15.
21. Any announcements or rules made/changed the day of the event, if needed, supersede these rules.
22. Puller will be disqualified if management is suspicious of puller being under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
23. Truck inspections, before or after the pull, that find violations to the following rules of their Pull Class will result in an
immediate disqualification of truck and driver; all registration fees and prize money will be forfeited.
24. Puller will have 2 chances to pass the 25 foot marker. After passing the 25 foot marker, or after second attempt,
distance pulled will be the recorded distance.



Ill be the one techin' trucks! :thumbsup:
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the 26 sounds fun....dont go to the mid south pullers pull if you plan on pulling they will not let you run any external programer or mods. i drove 3hrs to lawrenceburg last night to pull when i got there they put me through tech said i couldnt pull unless i unhooked my track bars..lol....i told them i drove 3 hrs so i needed them to make sure i didnt break so i could get home, he said take them off or dont pull he prolly doesnt like me at all...lmao...anyway there was over 15 trucks wanting to pull only 5 diesel and 1 gas wow what a show....there diesel truck class is a joke
 

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the 26 sounds fun....dont go to the mid south pullers pull if you plan on pulling they will not let you run any external programer or mods. i drove 3hrs to lawrenceburg last night to pull when i got there they put me through tech said i couldnt pull unless i unhooked my track bars..lol....i told them i drove 3 hrs so i needed them to make sure i didnt break so i could get home, he said take them off or dont pull he prolly doesnt like me at all...lmao...anyway there was over 15 trucks wanting to pull only 5 diesel and 1 gas wow what a show....there diesel truck class is a joke
wow, take your track bars off?? that tech must have not known what he was doing, and as far as a external programer or mods?? they wont let you in the street stock, but here in springfield last year at the pull we had 36 diesel trucks pull, and 5 modified/unlimited class, but i tech trucks the write way, if you come to our pull, you will get to pull i assure you.....with your trac bars
 

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they only had one class, and they also let a gas truck with the diesels..i hope that guy had fun becasue it was 50 bucks to pull and he didnt have a chance...


there was alot of people wanting to pull but the rules in there one class p*ssed everybody off and only 5 pulled...i just dont get it
 

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only one class?? something dont add up with that pull
 

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Wow, this sounds like a great event to come and watch. What time does it begin and how much to get in? :headbang:
 

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By chance, so someone might want to "pull" ....what does that cost? Thanks
 

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Is the above post the rules and classes for the event in Springfield on the 26th? If so then be there by 6:30 to pull. Any safety equipment required on the truck? Thanks
 

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This "1 inch clevis", it slips into the receiver hitch? What part of the "clevis is one inch?" :confused013:
Thanks
 

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hey sounds like fun. i'll probably hit this one up and then again on july 3rd at the firecracker 300 in lebanon, tn
 

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where would you suggest i find myself a clevis hitch
 

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How many people are planning on being at this pull this coming Saturday? Just curious...
 

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where would you suggest i find myself a clevis hitch
I'd try tractor suppy, think I've seen some over there in Columbia before and thought, "wow, if I got that I could hook my truck". That's followed by me leaving it on the shelf.

Well, it's good to see diesels are allowed max weight of 10,500lbs, means I'm not to heavy yet. Don't think my truck would need "external weight brackets":D:D
 

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I'd try tractor suppy, think I've seen some over there in Columbia before and thought, "wow, if I got that I could hook my truck". That's followed by me leaving it on the shelf.

Well, it's good to see diesels are allowed max weight of 10,500lbs, means I'm not to heavy yet. Don't think my truck would need "external weight brackets":D:D
Thanks, I was wondering the same thing! :thumbsup:
 
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