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Old 04-16-2006, 09:00 PM
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South West Ohio truck and tractor pulls...

It's that time again. Got a couple pulls coming up and wanted to give plenty of notice. We've had great turnouts the past 2 years and expect to be better this year. To save a bunch of typing we have all the info, rules, prizes, times etc etc. on our fair's website to make it nice and easy to access.

The first pulls will be during the fair on Monday July 24th. Here is the info on that: http://www.clermontcountyfair.org/mon04.html


The second pulls will be on September 16th starting with Quad races at noon. Here is te info for these pulls: http://www.clermontcountyfair.org/tractorpull.html

I hope to see a good turnout and hope we can get the word spread around. In addition to the numbers on the bottom of those pages, you can also contact me for any question.

Eric Wehrum
513-317-5035
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Thanks all and hope to see you at the pulls!

Eric

P.S. I will keep bumping this thread over the next couple months to keep a reminder for the folks on the forums.
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Old 04-16-2006, 10:10 PM
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I would love to go and check out the pulls. Im going to school up here in Lima OH. Do you know about how far Owensville is from here?
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Originally Posted by NHdodgeman
I would love to go and check out the pulls. Im going to school up here in Lima OH. Do you know about how far Owensville is from here?
About an hour and a half or two hours depending on how you drive.
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Old 04-16-2006, 10:26 PM
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Thanks eric13 Ill be making my way down there then.
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what is the turbo size in the pro street class and it doesn't san anything about propane, nitrous, or water. what is the difference between modified and pro street
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8000 LBS. 4X4 PRO STREET DIESEL PULL RULES:
1. This is open truck class available to owners of trucks that may or may not be legal to be used on the highwy. If your truck is built to the rules set forth herein, you can enter this class. Trucks do not have to be registered or inspected.

8000 LBS. 4X4 OPEN MODIFIED DIESEL PULL RULES

1. This is limited street legal 4x4 truck class available to owners of trucks that are legal for highway use in the state of registration. A license plate with a curent sticker tag is required to be affixed to the truck.

2. Trucks are allowed to have altered single turbo, pump, and/or injectors. No twin turbos, nitrous, or propane.



Pro street is pretty much run what you bring class with the exception of a few basic rules on the website. twins, bottles, water whatever...


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Darn, so there's no class between unlimited single and bone stock? Is this the same way it was set up last year?
Also, the unlimited single class can't hang weights up front? That seems odd...
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Originally Posted by GO 4LO
Darn, so there's no class between unlimited single and bone stock? Is this the same way it was set up last year?
Also, the unlimited single class can't hang weights up front? That seems odd...
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That does seem odd that no weights on front in unlimited class. that must be a typo, i'll have to get that changed. Not sure what you mean about the class inbetween??
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What I mean is DHRA has a single turbo 2.8-inducer-limit class, Enterprise-sponsored pulls have a 2.5-limit class, and some of the KY pulls are running a single turbo 2.4-limit class. Since there is nothing at Clermont between the bone stockers and the unlimited single class, then anybody with a box or injectors or an HX40 has to pull with the 900+ hp trucks running 3.2+ size singles.
If you've got a purpose-built pulling truck, it's not a huge deal, but for the guys with few mods, it ruins their chances of winning anything - not sure how much it would affect the number of entries...

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aww i see now, good point, i will tell the guys and we will come up with something. thanks for pointing that out
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Any more info? Are these classes set in stone now? Thanks!

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Aww thanks for bringing it up. I mentioned something a week or so ago and forgot to follow up on it. I will check it out again, thanks
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Its always a great pull. I have been pulling there for the last three years and its always a great track with a great turnout of trucks. Last year was going to be my last year to pull, but last night I pulled down in Tollsburo *sp KY and got bit by the bug again, Better yet I My dad said he might float me a loan for a new set of injectors which would mean I might be able to hang with the dmax's in the stock turbo class. I got 1st lastnight but 2nd was only 4" away and it was a sharp looking Dmax.
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So what's the word on the classes for Clermont this year?

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ahhhh sorry about answers!! I dug this up because tonights the pull night. Don't worry about the classes, it should be ran the ways it's been the past years, mainly just trying to keep the hot diesels out of the stock class. Sorry about the late reminder but I hope to see everyone out there tonight. I'll be the sorry guy hooking you all to the sled (unless i get one of the mighty mac guys doin it) so gimme a holler when u come out.

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