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American Truck Historical Society’s 2014 National Convention and Antique Truck Show
Springfield, Missouri – May 29-31

American Truck Historical Society’s 2014 National Convention and Antique Truck Show on Display in Springfield, Missouri – May 29-31

WHAT
Hundreds of antique trucks and thousands of trucking enthusiasts will gather in Springfield, MO, May 29-31, for the American Truck Historical Society’s 2014 National Convention and Antique Truck Show. The event will take place at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds.
Trucks of nearly every vintage and make will be represented at the show, from the high spoke-wheel trucks of the early 1900s tothe big 18-wheeler rigs seen today on America’s highways. To be considered an antique, a truck must be at least 25 years old. Many truck-
related vendors will be onsite selling items such as memorabilia, books/manuals, photos, model trucks, parts, etc.

WHO
American Truck Historical Society (ATHS), publisher of Wheels of Time magazine and the largest antique truck club in the United States.
The American Truck Historical Society was founded in 1971 with a mission to preserve the history of trucks, the trucking industry, and its pioneers. The non-profit group is based in Kansas City, Mo., and has over 20,000 members worldwide.
Persons who join ATHS are interested in the history of trucks and the American trucking industry. Many members own antique trucks, restored and unrestored. Others collect trucking memorabilia or literature, while many others collect model trucks. Many members also belong to ATHS chapters in their areas.
The National Association of Show Trucks (NAST) will once again meet in conjunction with the ATHS national convention. This will add to the variety of trucks, because NAST trucks are generally newer working show trucks. ATHS is excited to again partner with this great group of truck enthusiasts.

WHY
Once a year, ATHS members gather for an annual convention and truck show. The event is held in a different region of the country each year to make it easier for members to attend at least one national show every three years. The 2014 show in Springfield is expected to draw members and other truck enthusiasts from throughout the Midwest and even as far as the East and West Coasts.
The ATHS Ozarks/4 State Chapter is supporting the 2014 convention.
Members from other nearby Missouri and Kansas ATHS chapters will also provide support to the show.
In addition to the Antique Truck Show, the convention will include a speaker’s program with topics on C.W. McCall, Missouri Route 66, Campbell 66 Express, and the History of Peterbilt.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Truck enthusiasts, truck owners who want to register, and anyone that wants to view hundreds of antique trucks of all shapes and sizes.

COST
Tickets are $10 per day for ages 16 and older; admission is free for youth 15 and younger accompanying a paying adult.

WHEN
May 29 – 31, 2014. The show is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday.

WHERE
Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, 3001 N. Grant, Springfield, MO 65803.
To register online or learn more about ATHS, go to www.aths.org.
For more information about the 2014 show in Springfield, call (816) 891-9900.


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blank 04/15/14 10:21PM Automatic, Manual, Repair questions for Transmissions, Transmissions

Another Question for Midwest Transmission Center

I am having problems with my 1973 Chevrolet Nova 350 engine.  This Nova is my pride and joy!

Midwest Transmission Center

Saginaw

The problem I am having is  the shifting from 1st to 2nd grinds a little, the 3rd to 2nd and then to 1st it needs to be at a specific RPM’S to go into gear with making a noise.   I was worried that it might be the clutch.

We think you have cast iron Saginaw transmission.  From your diagnosis syncros are most likely worn out… 1st gear is non synchronized, that is normal for first but not the 2nd gear shift.  It maybe  that excessive bearing wear is causing main and counter  shafts to move and emphasize  the problem shifting.  We suggest recommend our Saginaw (4 speed)  Bearing Rebuild Kit with Syncro Rings part number MWT115AWS cost is $147.85 plus S&H.

 

If you need additional technical assistance just give us a call 888-824-2014, you can see the other parts that we can provide for the Saginaw transmission on our site.

 

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blank 04/10/14 09:23AM Hoek Motorsports, Pro-4x4 Racing, TORC Series

Hoek Welcomes Nitto Tire and Trailready with Solid Start at Primm Valley

 

 

Holland, MI (April 9, 2014) - The start of the 2014 TORC Series presented by AMSOIL saw Ross Hoek Motorsports take his PRO-4x4 race program to the next level. The team welcomed Nitto Tire and TrailReady Beadlock Wheels as team partners as Ross Hoek nearly finished on the podium in the opening round of the season. The solid weekend performance definitely caught the attention of the fans and competitors of the short-course off-road racing world.

 

Ross Hoek Motorsports traveled across the country to the opening weekend of the TORC Series early enough to take advantage of the two day test session. The added track time allowed Hoek to familiarize himself with the updated Primm Valley layout, as well as give the team and tire engineers the opportunity to tune the chassis set-up of the #10 PRO-4x4 to the Nitto Grappler Project Tire/TrailReady Wheel combination.

 

The opening round at Primm Valley saw a great door to battle between the #10 Nitto Tire/TrailReady/Motive Gear/ATD Transmission/Allstar Performance PRO-4x4 and the #5 driven by Mark Kvamme. After trading the third place position a few times in the late in the race, Hoek finished fourth, just. .254 seconds behind the final spot on the podium.

Even with the close racing, the silver Nitto Tire PRO-4x4 had only the usual between race preparations. The team worked on changing a few chassis settings as the race surface changes its characteristics as the race weekend progresses.

 

The race weekend also saw multi-time PRO-4x4 champion Ricky Johnson coaching Ross Hoek on the differences between driving a 2WD (PRO-2) race truck and a 4WD (PRO-4x4 ) race truck. Johnson also acted as Hoek's spotter on race days.

 

The starting order for Sunday's Round 2 was determined by Saturday's race results with the top four positions starting in reverse order. This put the Nitto Tire/TrailReady PRO-4x4 on the front row. Once again Hoek ran consistent lap times bringing home a sixth place finish.

 

"Our team is definitely making progress getting our lap times closer to the top drivers in our class," noted Ross Hoek. "Getting Nitto Tire and Trailready on board is huge for the team. Nitto Tire is also a TORC series sponsor which helps Ross Hoek Motorsports with great track support. Look for our team to get quicker and quicker as the season progresses. Ultimately our goal for this season is to put our Nitto Tire/TrailReady/Motive Gear/ATD Transmission/Allstar Performance PRO-4x4 on the podium."

 

Chris Corbett, Nitto Tire's Light Truck & Motorsports brand manager adds, "We're excited to partner with Ross and his team for the 2014 season. Their race program will further develop our Grappler Short Course tires."

 

The next race on the schedule for Ross Hoek Motorsports is the "Showdown in Charlotte" April 25-26 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

 

You can watch all the action from the Duel in the Desert on the TORC You Tube Channel. www.youtube.com/TORC  

 

RHM would like to thank its sponsors including:
Nitto Tire, Trailready Beadlock Wheels, Motive Gear, AMSOIL, Auto Trans Design, Allstar Performance, Stack, R2C Performance, Jeff's Bronco Graveyard, MSD Ignition, Invisible Glass, Fox Shox, and REM Chemicals.


Ross Hoek Motorsports has marketing opportunities the 2014 season. To contact Ross Hoek Motorsports for an interview or marketing opportunities please call 616-738-0058 or email: ross@rosshoek.com - facebook 

 

About Nitto Tire

Nitto Tire (www.nittotire.com) develops performance tires for all uses, including racing, off-road and street. Using state-of-the-art manufacturing and testing facilities in both Japan and the United States, Nitto provides innovative and high-quality performance tires for the most demanding automotive enthusiasts. For more information about Nitto or its products, visit the company's web site or contact the company directly. Nitto is a registered trademark of Nitto Tire U.S.A. Inc., located at 5665 Plaza Drive, Ste. 250, Cypress, CA 90630.

 

About Trail Ready

TrailReady (www.trbeadlocks.com) has been producing quality off road accessories since 1997. All TR Beadlocks, whether our HD Series True Beadlock, or our fine converted alloy wheels are counter pressure cast in the US, by talented trades men and women.TR Beadlocks are the ONLY readily available beadlocked wheels cast in the USA.TR Beadlock Wheels are a proven winner when it comes to high performance off-road. TrailReady is located at1005 W Hazel Street Mount Vernon, WA 98273.

 

 

 

 

 

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Cenni Wins TORC Season Opener
Kvamme Gets First Career Podium

Las Vegas, NV (April 9, 2014) - After a season of new truck gremlins, Adrian Cenni has started off the 2014 TORC Series presented by AMSOIL like a man on a mission as the "Wildman" leaves Primm Valley with a win and a runner-up finish. The opening round also saw 2013 TORC Rookie of the Year, Mark Kvamme take home his first career podium finish. The two Barlow Motorsports built and prepared PRO-4x4 race trucks will definitely keep their competition looking over the shoulders throughout the fourteen round race season.

 

 

The Primm Valley off-road track has been the site of many Adrian Cenni moments, including the incredible "fence climb" which had the famous orange race truck drive up and then down the chain link fence without giving up the lead. The opening round of the 2014 race season saw Cenni create another great racing moment as he made a last lap pass to win the TORC season opener.


The Round Two event saw the #11 4-Wheel Parts /Real Tree Outdoors Energy/Maxxis Tire PRO-4x4 back up the opening round win with a solid second place finish.

 

"During Saturday's race I lost my race radio, and fortunately my team saw I had a flat tire at the mandatory caution and they were ready for the tire change when I pulled in. Their quick work kept me on the lead lap when racing resumed. I was able to seize the moment on the final lap to move around Greaves to take the win. The Wildman is back! The battle with Greaves goes to Charlotte and we will see who comes out the victor."

 

Adrian Cenni's teammate Mark Kvamme driving the #5 "Bootlegger" Popcorn Sutton's Tennessee White Whiskey/Outdoor Energy/Maxxis Tire PRO-4x4 had quite the weekend as well. Kvamme ran a great opening round of racing with very consistent laps. The effort brought "the man in black" his first career podium finish. The next day Kvamme came back with a solid fifth place run.

 

 

 

"I had a great time racing with Ross Hoek and Mike Jenkins on Saturday," commented Mark Kvamme. "The last lap battle with Ross was great, he's a great competitor. Finishing on the podium with all my family and friends here this weekend made this special. This has been the best performance of my career and I have to thank Steve Barlow and his team for the awesome prep on my truck."

 

With the Duel in the Desert complete, Adrian Cenni is tied for lead in the TORC PRO-4x4 Championship while Mark Kvamme is only a few points back in third place overall.

 

The next race on the 2014 TORC Series presented by AMSOIL is the "Showdown in Charlotte" April 25-26 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

 

Adrian Cenni thanks his primary partners including:

4-Wheel Parts, Outdoor Energy, wildmanbites.com, and Maxxis

 

Mark Kvamme also thanks his primary partners including:

Popcorn Sutton's Tennessee White Whiskey, Outdoor Energy, Drive Capital, and Maxxis.

 

Barlow Motorsports keeps both trucks running strong thanks to key product partners including: ATD Transmissions, AMSOIL, FK Rod Ends, Fiberwerx, Mastercraft Safety, McKenzie's, MSD Performance, and King Shocks.

 

 

 
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blank 04/08/14 10:30AM Truck Trailers

Trailers: Determining Which One Will Suit Your Needs

Having a vehicle strong, enough to pull a trailer is a great thing. "And why is a trailer so great?" you may ask. Because the simple aspect of having a trailer hitch on your vehicle can significantly increase what you are able to haul from place to place- providing, of course, that you put some thought into selecting the right trailer for the jobs for which it will be used.

However, if you aren't certain what type of trailer will best suit your needs, then determining that is the first step in making your investment. With the decision making process in mind, use the following information to help you formulate trailer-buying plans:

Types of Flatbed Trailers

Standard flatbed - One of the most popular trailers because it is so versatile and can be loaded from the top, sides or back.

Step Deck trailers - These are most often used for hauling freight with height restrictions. They generally have both a top and bottom deck.

Stretch trailers - These are perfect for hauling those long items that will not fit easily on a traditional flatbed.

Double Drop - Typically used for oversized freight.

Stretch Double-drop - If items will be too long for the single, then the double is best.

Conestoga - Has a trolling tarp system that is used to protect what you are moving from being damaged by the elements of nature.

Refrigerator trailers- These are most commonly used by people in the food industry as the trailer's temperature can be controlled.

Stretch RGN (Removable Gooseneck) - For long items that will not fit on the standard size gooseneck trailer.

Van or Dry Van trailers - This often quite expensive trailer is designed to protect the freight from the weather; however, keep in mind, that it can only be loaded from the back end.

Having a trailer hitch and making use of a flatbed trailer is wonderful advantage to have-especially if you live in area where there is a great deal of agriculture or if you frequently find yourself moving large pieces of furniture or equipment. But how helpful a trailer may be to you, depends greatly on the type you select.

Time invested in choosing a trailer that meets your needs is definitely time (and ultimately, money) well spent. From sellers on eBay to local business, and companies such as St. Paul's Toppers and More there are many companies who will be happy to help you determine what trailer is best for your needs. So, without further ado, get ready to enjoy having a flatbed trailer -they are a wonderful investment!

Many websites provide additional information on the topic of trailers. One such site worth visiting is http://www.trailersandmore.net/

Janet Slagell independently authors articles for WebDrafter Inc. for search engine marketing. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those solely of the author, and not of any other person, company or organization. No guarantee or warranty, express or implied, is made regarding the accuracy, fitness, or use of the content herein.

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blank 04/07/14 09:52PM Clutches Diesel, Clutches Gas, Differential, Transmissions, U Joints

A New Feature... Questions and Answers for Your Transmission and Driveline Issues

We here at Muscle Trucks of America want to welcome Midwest Transmissions and Clutch and U-Joint Proven Force into our family. They have been in the transmission, differential, U Joint business for years.

They have many years of experience under their belt. They will be offering questions and answers for our readers. It is our hope they they become a regular contributor to our BLOG.

Be sure and send them an email telling them how much you appreciate their efforts. Go here or here to view their Company Information Page. From there you can send them an email with your question


QUESTION FROM A READER

I have a 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 5.3L 4WD.

Question: Exactly how do I find what size front differential it has.

 

Answer: Your front differential is a 8.25 IFS. You are able to see the front differential carriers assemblies we on our site. If you only need a ring and pinion as well as bearing overhaul kit give Scott a call 888-824-2012 he will help you,

Midwest Transmission

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blank 04/04/14 09:19AM Blog, Drivetrain, Transmission Problems

Transmission Blog, First Of many Recurring Articles

NP263HD Transfer Case Noise

April 3, 2014 - Author: Courtney Bithell
Question: I have a 2003 GMC Sierra 2500HD with a NP263HD transfer case, at speeds around 55-70 mph it’s making a noise. It did have a pin hole in the case but it was around one of the rubberized bolts I welded that. And now it has a leak out of the rear seal where the drive shaft goes in what do you think is causing the noise? How much for a complete rebuild kit and what all does the rebuild kit come with?

Answer: There are other issues with the rear case that cause problems like this. The snap ring groove in the rear case that retains the output shaft bearing wears causing output shaft end play resulting in bearing failure and noise. Also the transfer case was more then likely ran low on fluid which could have resulted in rear tail bushing wear. It is important to inspect your slip yoke on the drive shaft for wear also. We can help you with all of your parts, a rebuilt or a brand new transfer case.

Here is a list of parts you need.

GM Silverado 32 Spline Input 2001-Up NP263 HD Part Number MWTTCGM038 $1326.67

Case Half (Rear) (NP 263 Standard) Part Number MWTNV30961 $175.00

Chain (1.50″ Wide) 42 Links XHD  Part Number CL10-074 $144.00

Bearing Kit (includes all seals) Part Number BK371 $149.00

Mode Synchro (Middle) Friction (All) Part Number 401701-3 $42.92

Please give our experts a call toll free with any questions at 1-888-824-2012 or visit our website www.midwesttrans.com.

 

 


 


Ford Mustang T45 Transmission Shifting Problems

April 2, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a 4.6L Mustang GT 1998 with the T45.

Question: The Mustang t45_transmissionshas 150,000 miles on it and the T45 is not shifting very smooth. I would like information on a rebuild kit.

Answer:  Based on our experience the problem you describe with the T45 5 speed  is typically caused by bearing and syncro ring wear.

We recommend the following parts to overhaul your T45 transmission:

  • Bearing Rebuild kit T45 with 4.6L engine order our part number MWT-250WS your cost $370.87 plus S&H.

This kit will include syncro rings.If you find additional damaged parts once you get the unit open give us a call we can provide the parts you need.
If you need additional information on the overhaul project give Scott a call 888-824-2012 he can help you.  You can see the other parts we can supply for your T45 on our site.


Saginaw Shifter

March 31, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a 1957 Chevrolet 210 with 350 2WD

 

saginaw_transmission

Question:  Switching out my 3 speed to a 4 speed Saginaw using Summit Racing 700000 universal Kit. (Transmission not installed came out of a pre 60s car.) The reverse control shaft diagram shows neutral in the front position but only with this being in reverse position to the front, am I able to shift thru all the gears. Did some Saginaw have reverse towards the driver?

Answer:

This is all dependent on the shifter assembly itself. All of the Saginaw transmissions are the same.  You can see the part we supply for the Saginaw transmission on our site.

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NV3500 Interchangeability

 

I have a 1997 Chevrolet 1/2 nv3500ton 2WD Pickup Truck.

Question:  Will a NV3500 transmission out of a 98 chevy s10 work in my 97 chevy half ton there both nv3500 transmissions and there both 2 wheel drive.

Answer:   They will not, the rear output shaft is different and the gear ratios are different so they will not interchange as a whole unit nor will the internal parts interchange.  You can see the rebuilt transmission and parts we offer for the NV3500 on our site.


AX15 to NV4500 Conversion for LS3

- Author: bartbarton

I have a Jeep Wrangler 1995 Manual Transmission I am doing an engine upgrade to a LS3 480 HP.

nv4500_new

Question:  I want to keep it a manual. My ax15 I don’t think it will hold up. So from what I can tell I want a NV4500 MWTGM009N part number. What bell housing do I use? Also internal or external ? Can I use my NP231 with an adapter?

Answer:  We can supply a New NV4500 with a bell housing setup for the internal hyd clutch for the GM engine and we can customize the new unit with the 23 spline rear output and the dodge cast iron tail housing so your NP231 will bolt right up.  This transmission has a 12 month warranty and include a shift stub and shift stick.

Your cost $2295.00 outright plus freight.  You can see the other parts we have available for the NV4500 on our site.  If you would like to freshen up the NP231 see our part list.


NV4500 1999 Dodge 3/4 ton 5 Speed Problem

- Author: bartbarton

I have a 1999 Dodge 3/4 ton 5.9L Diesel 4WD

Question:  I was driving home from work yesterday and all of a sudden 3rd was gone. It trys  holding when I first put it in 3rd but then pops out and nothing. It still shifts into all gears fine.  1st also pops out if I don’t hold it in. Any thoughts on what happened? 2nd, fourth, and fifth shift in and hold fine. If I try and hold it into 3rd it will catch and then slip and then catch a second and then slip again. I’m kinda confused. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Answer:  From you description of the problem it sounds like the output shaft is moving from maybe mwt-308bearing failure?  1st and 3rd are both a forward shift but they are not on the same rail… 3rd gear is an issue for the NV4500 and always has been

We would suggest you purchase the following parts:

  • Bearing Overhaul Kit all Dodge up to 1996 part number MWT308 your cost is $110.98
  • Syncro Ring Kit uses a reverse syncro in the dodge part number MWTRK4500 your cost is $225.00
  • ¾ Shift fork our part number RS334843 your cost $25.85
  • 3rd Gear on the Main Shaft 29 tooth 5.61 ratio our part number MWTNV23712 your cost $97.97
  • ¾ Hub & Slider Kit our part number MWTNV18422 your cost is $173.33, plus S&H.

This is a list of what should be required for the overhaul if once you have it a part and need additional parts give us a call toll free 888-824-2012, you can see the other parts available for your NV4500 on our site.

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Ford Mustang T5 World Class Transmission

March 27, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have a 1989 Mustang 5.0L I am have major transmission problems.

Question: Can you provide a list of parts for rebuilding this transmission.

According to our information your transmission is a T5WC you will need the following parts:

  • Bearing overhaul kit our part number MWT-149 bearing kit your cost $99.00
  • World class syncro kit our part number RKT5W your cost $215.00 plus S&H.

We can also provide a re-manufactured T5WC transmission with a 12 month no hassle warranty, your cost is $1326.66 plus freight plus core deposit of $350.00.

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1991 Ford F250 7.3L Diesel Noise Problem

- Author: bartbarton

I own a 1991 Ford F250 7.3L Diesel with the 5 Speed Manual ZF S547.

Question:  When I depress the clutch pedal I hear a high pitch squeal.  This truck has been trouble free what do you think it might be?

Answer:  If this noise happens when the clutch pedal is pushed in and held it is generally caused by a failed pilot bearing or bushing to fix this problem order our “Input Pilot Bearing Repair Sleeve”zf542_pilot_brg_repair_kit (87-Up Except PTO) Parts Number MWTPBZ73HD $59.95 plus S&H.  You can see a complete list of parts we can supply for your ZF 5 Speed on our site.

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NP263 Chevy GM Brand New Transfer Case

March 26, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

While they last we now have brand NP263_TCGM037new NP263 Transfer Cases on sale, your cost is $1100.00 plus $500.00 core charge plus freight.  2001-Up 32 Spline input for Chevrolet and GMC.  12 month hassle free warranty.

Call 888-824-2012 to place order, we can also provide repair parts, free technical support take advantage of our expertise and experience.

You can see other NP263 transfer case parts that we can provide.

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Ford 1997 Transmission Swap Automatic to Manual 5 Speed

March 24, 2014 - Author: bartbarton

I have the Ford F250 7.3 Lt Diesel 4WD with the E4OD.

Question:  I’m doing a swap from zfs547the E4OD to the manual ZFS-547 can you please provide a quote for all the parts that you can provide?  I think I need transmission, flywheel, clutch, pedal assembly, linkage, master and slave cylinder.

Answer:  We can supply the following parts and recommend the Ford ZFS547 5 Speed Transmission for your conversion project:

  • Transmission is our part number MTFRD053 fits 1995 and UP 4WD your cost is $1860.00
  • Core Charge is our part number MTFRD053S your cost is $500.00 (suggest you sell the automatic on Ebay)
  • Clutch kit and Flywheel your cost is $550.00 plus S&H.

These parts have a 12 month no hassle warranty, The other parts you should locate in local salvage yard.  Need additional help give Scott a call 888-824-2012 he can help you with technical details and get you the correct parts the first time.

 


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blank 04/04/14 08:43AM Mastercraft Safety, MORR, Off-Road Racing

Impact by MasterCraft Safety Continues the Tradition - Supporting MORR Racers




Abrams, WI (March 31, 2014) - Mastercraft Safety/Impact Racing continues its long standing relationship with Midwest Off-Road Racing competitors with two year end awards the championship winning drivers in the Stock Truck and Super Buggy classes. Each champion will receive an Impact Racer Series driving suit as well as an Impact 1320 Side Air helmet. The entire offer has a value of over $2000. 


"Off-road competitors from the Midwest have always supported Mastercraft Safety for over forty years," notes Shelby Reeves, Asst. Vice President of Sales and Marketing.  "The MORR Contingency Program is a great platform not only to showcase our products, but to say thanks to our current and future customers."



The TORC Sportsman season is approaching fast race teams are in full swing preparing for the  upcoming season. The first race of the year is June 13-14 at one of the most challenging short-course tracks in the country, Bark River International Off- Road Raceway located just outside of Escanaba, Michigan.

About Impact by MasterCraft Safety
Impact by MasterCraft Safety offers a full complement of industry leading safety equipment, from SNELL certified helmets to fire-resistant driving suits and Nomex underwear. Founded by safety pioneer Bill Simpson in 2002, Impact moved under the MasterCraft Safety banner in 2010. Impact's line of helmets, driving and crew suits, drag parachutes, window nets, and race restraints are all made in the United States in their manufacturing facility strategically located in the heart of Gasoline Alley in Indiana, just ten minutes from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


About MasterCraft Safety
Based in Santee, California, MasterCraft Safety is the leading manufacturer of driving suits, window nets, and innovative safety seating and restraint systems custom tailored to endure the most extreme environmental conditions and off-road terrain. Whether the Impact! Racing or MasterCraft Safety products are on a top fuel dragster, a SCORE Trophy Truck or a blast-attenuating seat for a military MRAP, the common theme is both companies are the first choice. 
More information on MasterCraft Safety's full-line of products can be found by visiting www.mastercraftsafety.com.



To participate in the MORR Contingency plan, please contact Mike Reusche: 847-343-4658.

 

About MORR 

The goal of the Midwest Off Road Racing (MORR) group is to insure affordable racing for the Midwest Sportsman Off Road Racer by uniting racers with a common voice. MORR maintains affiliations with approved sanctioning bodies allowing the competitor and the enthusiast to enjoy off road racing now and in the future.  midwest-offroadracing.com/facebook

 

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