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Thread: Womp chassis lengthened to 4 1/2"

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    Womp chassis lengthened to 4 1/2"

    Hard body stocker.....
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    like your idea.

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    Steve:
    Nice. What is the platform you are building on?
    Mark

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    Check out B&E Slotsport.

    Brian Meharry makes really nice chassis and tires for hardbody cars.

    www.beslotsport.com

    B&E Slotsport is on Facebook too.

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    If we ever run hard bodies on our 155 foot king track, instead of those stinking wing trypod thingies I would buy one of those, they look ausome....But these work great on this 6 lane 10x25 banked oval.....

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    Those Wing Cars are my favorite.
    Wish I had a King Track near me to race them on.

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    A group of us started making hardbody womps in the late 1980's at the McHenry, IL Victory Lane Raceway. Used the Wasp motor and .750 - .850" tires. Parma liked the idea and developed the FCR frames. A few years ago I torched my old cars apart and rebuilt them with .950 - 1.1 tires for the Mid-America Hardbody Series. Still competitive on Friday and Saturday nites around Chicago
    l.d. kelley, M.A. Ramcatlarry@aol.com

    60 year pin 1959-2019
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