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Demo Derby Rules

FARMERS DAY
DEMOLITION
DERBY
SPONSORED BY KIMBALL COUNTY AG SOCIETY
(NO PRE 1974 IMPERIALS)
3 DIVISIONS / COMPACTS NO WELD WELD
KIMBALL COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS
HIGH SCHOOL ST SOUTH OFF HWY 30 (3RD) KIMBALL, NE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER23,2017 3:00P.M.
CAR CHECK IN TIME - 11:00 A.M. TO 2:30 P.M.
$5,000 PURSE
ENTRY FEE - $50.00
PIT PASS - $15.00 EACH
ALL ENTRIES TAKEN AT GATE
ADMISSION: $10.00 - ADULTS
$5.00 - 10 & UNDER
5 & UNDER - FREE
FOR MORE INFORMATION & RULES - CALL
lV.IARK VOWERS (308)249-3192 OR
DOUG LUKASSEN (308)235-2567
MIKE FOSTER (308)249-3948
FOR RULES WWW.KIMBALLBANNERCOUNTYCHAMBER.COM
















FARMERS DAY - KIMBALL
CAR RULES FOR Saturday, September 23,2017
Drivers Rules
1. Drivers must be 18 years of age and up.//Minimum of 16 yrs. Must have consent of parents.
2. A driver's seat belt, safety helmet, gloves, long sleeved shirt, long pants are required during any event.
3. All power hits on the drivers side door are illegal and are grounds for disqualification.
4. 2 wheels out of the arena boundary will be disqualified.
5. Contact with another car must be made within one (1) minute or you will be disqualified from the
heat. If stalled, you have two (2) minutes to get your car started and one (1) minute to make
contact for a total of three (3) minutes. Hits must be aggressive. Simple contact within the time
limit does not constitute combat and could be considered sandbagging, grounds for DISQUALIFICATION!!
6. No hitting cars with their flags out.
7. All drivers must sign a release of liability and drive at their own risk.
8. No cars are to be driven around the pit area except going to or coming back from the arena.
9. Only drivers of the car, judges, and the fire department are allowed in the arena.
10. The last car to move under its own power or the last car initiating the last hit (as per judges
decision) is considered the winner.
11. At any time a driver may raise his own flag. Once flag is raised, the car may not resume competition.
12. Any fires or fuel leaks, car will be disqualified.
13. If a car rolls over on its side or is on top of another car, heat will be stopped. If the car cannot drive off under
it's own power, both cars will be flagged out.
14. Top three (3) cars in main event will be re-inspected.
15. NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES WILL BE ALLOWED BEFORE OR DURING THE DERBY IN THE PIT AREA.
ANY DRIVER WHO HAS CONSUMED OR IS CONSUMING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BEFORE OR
DURING THE DERBY WILL BE DISQUALIFIED, WITH NO REFUND OF ENTRY FEE OR PIT PASS.
16. $15.00for pit pass.
17. A $250.00 protest fee is required for all protests.
18. Check-in from 11 :00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
19. No Calcutta.
20. Derby starts at 3:00 p.m. mountain daylight time
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Type of Car
COMPACT CARS
1. Any stock compact car is allowed up to 3200 Ibs and up to 108" maximum wheel base. Must be stated
as which in NADA Blue Book. No V8 engines, 4x4 pickups or convertibles.
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LARGE CARS
1. Any American made stock, hard top automobile or station wagon is allowed. No trucks, convertibles,
jeeps, hearses, limousines, or ambulances are allowed. No pre 1914 Chrysler Imperials or 2002 or
newer Ford Crown Vics.
2. The definition of stock as we consider it is as follows: Modification of a vehicles body, frame, or
bumpers by adding steel, pipe, or other foreign materials to the car to assure greater strength is not
permitted except that which is listed and permitted within these rules
MANDATORY PREPARATIONS OF THE CAR
3. AI! glass must be removed from the car. That means ALL GLASS!! This includes Fiber glass.
g. Windshields !:. Tail-lights, bulbs and lenses.
2. Rear windows g. Turning lights, bulbs and lenses.
c. Side windows h. Back-up lights, bulbs and lenses.
d. Mirrors i. Items e-h includes all brackets and mounting
~. Headlights assemblies that holds these lights in place.
4. All chrome molding strips and molding clips must be removed from the car. This includes the following;
!,. Hood £:. Sides of the vehicle
ll. Fenders g. Trunk lid
5. The following items must be removed from the passenger compartment and trunk area:
~ The rear seat d. All carpeting and padding
b.The headliner e.Heater core must be disconnected
£. All inside door panels
6. All taillights and gauge wire must be cut or removed.
7. The original gas tank must be removed and a metal or plastic six (6) gallon maximum capacity
tank must be securely fastened in front of the rear axle, inside the car. It must not leak and must be
properly ventilated. NO EXCEPTIONS (boat tanks are highly recommended). Regular, Unleaded,
Diesel, and Aviation fuel will be the only fuels allowed to be used. NO EXOTIC FUELS.
Tanks must be covered with a nonabsorbent cover.
8. Batteries must be moved to passenger side front floor and securely fastened and covered. Any and
all batteries are allowed. A white rag is required to be tied to the ground cable on the battery.
9. All cars must have air cleaners.
10. Auxiliary water systems are not allowed. The original or an automobile radiator must be left in it's
original location. You may remove the fan if desired.
11. All cars will be numbered on both sides in contrasting colors. Numbers must be at least 12" in height. A
three sided roof sign is a must with the number on all three sides. NO FLAGS.
FRAMES
12. Frame welding
g. Home made motor mounts, transmission mounts, and rear-end mounts will be allowed
to be welded to the frame. These new mounts may not be strategically placed as to strengthen the frame.
No rear engine mid mounts. Maximum size material 2" wide 3/8" thick.
b. Welding frames for repairs of cracked or broken frame rail will be allowed but you will need
authorization from the judges before welding on the frame. This will be at the judges discretion.
c. Factory welded seams may be welded with no filler rod or other material added.
d. K framed cars may weld the frame together with no filler rod or other material allowed.
TRUNKS
13. The trunk may be bolted, strapped, welded or chained shut. (Pick two)
!. If bolted: It may not be bolted in more than four (4) locations and the maximum size of material
to be used will not exceed 1" diameter (example 1" ready rod). Washer plate size must not
exceed 4"x4". Angle iron welded to the fender and to the trunk lid with bolts through them will not
exceed 1"x1"x1/8"-6" long in four (4) locations with more than two bolts through each piece of angle iron.
b. If strapped: It maybe strapped from the trunk lid to the rear bumper in only two (2) locations
and the maximum size of materials to be used will not exceed 2" wide, 3/8" thick and no longer
than it takes to reach from the bumper to the trunk to be attached.
£:. If chained: No more than two (2) single strand wraps of 3/8" chain will be allowed from bumper to the trunk. If
the chain links are welded then the chain will then be considered strapping.
d. If welded: It may be welded with no more filler rod or material that it takes to fill the gap.
Weld outer trunk seam only.
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HOODS
14. The hood may be bolted, strapped, or chained. (Pick two)
"""HOOD MUST BE ACCESSIBLE TO OPEN FOR JUDGES iNSPECTIONS."**
a. If bolted: It may not be bolted in more than six (6) locations & the maximum size of material
to be used will not exceed 1" ready rod. Washer plate size must not exceed 4"x4". Angle
iron welded to the fender and to the hood lid with bolts through them will not exceed 1 "x1"x1/S"-6" long
in four (4) locations with no more than two (2) bolts through each piece of angle iron. No bolting
material will be allowed to be placed directly in front of the radiator for the purpose of protecting
the radiator.
1k If strapped: It may be strapped from the hood or the radiator core support to the front bumper in only two (2)
locations and the maximum size of material to be used will not exceed 2" wide 3/8" thick and no longer than it
takes to reach from the bumper to the hood to be attached. No strapping material will be allowed
to be placed directly in front of the radiator for the purpose of protecting the radiator.
c. If chained: No more than two (2) single strand wraps of 3/S" chain will be allowed from the bumper to the hood.
If the chain links are welded then the chain will then be considered strapping. No chains will be
allowed to be placed directly in front of the radiator.
15. All hoods must be left in their original stock location and not slide forward.
16. All hoods bolted, strapped, or chained will have to have two (2) fire extinguisher holes in the hood,
one (1) on each side of the carburetor, a minimum size of 12" in diameter.
NO EXCEPTIONS~ THIS RULE WILL BE ENFORCED.
17. No cutting the hood open and then folding the metal over to bolt on fenders or in front of radiator.
18. The car must have a minimum of two braces from the dash area to the roof to prevent the hood from being forced
into the car. These braces may be welded to car.
DOORS
19. The doors may be strapped, chained, or welded shut (outer seam only).
20. ALL CARS musthave a protection bar on the inside from center door post to center door post behind the drivers
seat. This bar may have a 6" minimum to a 16" maximum plate on the end welded or bolted to door post.
I. The drivers door may be reinforced on the inside and outside of the car. The inside of the door may be
padded if DESIRED. All other doors may be welded outer seam only with no more filler rod
or material than it takes to fill the gap.
(1.) A dash bar located in front of the driver for the purpose of reinforcing the drivers door may extend from
drivers side door to passenger side door across the firewall. It may, however,
a. Extend from drivers side door diagonally to the passenger side frame.
b. Extend from drivers side door, parallel to the floor and not to exceed 12 inches past the
center of the car before it angles directly to the passenger side frame.
c. You may weld inside and outside drivers door. If outside is plated it may extend only six (6)" past
door seam.
d. A bar may be added between the passenger side front and rear protection bar.
e. ALL DRIVERS DOORS MUST BE PAINTED A CONTRASTING COLOR FOR IDENTIFICATION
PURPOSES. Orange is preferred. All orange cars are suggested to paint their door YELLOW.
SUSPENSION
21. NO MODIFICATION to the front and rear suspensions are allowed:
g. All shackles, lift kits, and blocks and trailer hitches must be removed.
J;!. No welded or modified shocks.
£.. All air shock lines must be cut.
~. No more than a total of 8 leaf spring clips will be allowed on a car.
(1.) A maximum of 2 in front and 2 behind the rear differential on each side.
(2.) These clips must be similar in size to the original if not the original stock clips.
~. The rear differential must sit on top of the leaf springs.
f: Exceptions
(1.) Chains will be allowed to make repairs if, and only if, a ball joint has been broken.
(2.) You will be allowed to chain the rear-end to the body or frame.
(3.) ANY CAR WITH A REAR COIL SPRiNG SUSPENSiON MAY BE CONVERTED TO A LEAF
SPRING SUSPENSION. This conversion must occur with minimal alteration to the cars frame.
9.:. No welding on leaf springs will be allowed.
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BUMPERS
22. Any bumper off any car may be swapped but must be left in stock location. Bumper may not be wider than the
car. Bumper may be welded to the bracket and the bracket to the frame with no foreign material allowed other
than the welding rod. No cutting bumper brackets and then lapping them together for greater strength. Home-
made bumper mounts to frame made of 3/8" metal can be only bolted or welded up to 6" on frame. Shock
absorbers may be collapsed and welded. No reversing of bumper front to back or upside down.
You may weld a 6" piece of chain from the bumper to the frame to keep bumper from falling off.
The outer chrome skin of the bumper may be welded to the inner part of the bumper. No welding the
bumper to the outer body of the car.
~ A front bumper may be made from 5" x 5" square tube. It may not be shaped or formed. Ends may be capped
but a 1" hole will need to be drilled in both ends. Max thickness 1/4"!!!. Bumper may not exceed outside of front
tires. THIS WILL BE ALLOWED FOR ALL FULL SIZE WELD CARS. OLD AND NEW.
TIRES
23. Any tire with any tread. NO studded tires on rear.
24. May protect valve stems on wheels.
OTHER ALLOWED PREPARATIONS
25. A car may have the engines, rear-ends, and transmissions swapped, but they must be left in their
original stock locations. No truck rear-ends allowed. (NO EXCEPTIONS)
26. Non stock items such as electric fuel pumps, headers, and transmissions coolers are allowed.
REPAIR OF CAR
27. Car body or any sheet metal must be of the same thickness of original material and may not be double
skinned for a repair. If there is an existing hole patch may be welded up to 2" onto good
sheet metal. (example: if you have a 2" hole you may have a 4" patch)
28. Car frame may be repaired. Material used may be no thicker than 1/8" and must hang below or to the side of
the frame for judges to tell thickness. No welding behind patch is allowed. AI! cars found with welding will cut
this section of the frame before running if found to be welded other than patch to frame. Only two (2) sides
of the frame may be repaired per broke or cracked fram rail.
(NOTICE RULE #12b)
All contestants in the Derby are independent contractors. The Kimball County Fairboard or their
representatives reserves the right to approve or reject any and all entries. The Kimball County
Fairboard and anyone involved in promoting or partiCipation in the event will not be held responsible
for any cars, parts, or personal property before, during and after the show.
General Admission - $10.00 Adults/ $5.00 -10 & under/ 5 & Under Free
THANK YOU AND HAVE FUN. If you have any questions, please call:
Mark Vowers (308)249-3192 or Doug Lukassen (308)235-2567
Mike Foster - (308)249-3948
or Email: kimballbannercountychamber.com
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FARMERS DAY• KIMBALL
NO WELD CAR RULES FOR Saturday, September 23, 2017
Drivers Rules
1. Drivers must be 18 years of age and up'//Minimum of 16 yrs. Must have consent of parents.
2. A driver's seat belt, safety helmet, gloves, long sleeved shirt, long pants are required during any event.
3. All power hits on the drivers side door are illegal and are grounds for disqualification.
4. 2 wheels out of the arena boundary will be disqualified.
5. Contact with another car must be made within one (1) minute or you will be disqualified from the
heat. If stalled, you have two (2) minutes to get your car started and one (1) minute to make
contact for a total of three (3) minutes. Hits must be aggressive. Simple contact within the time
limit does not constitute combat and could be considered sandbagging, grounds for DISQUALIFICATION!!
6. No hitting cars with their flags out.
7. All drivers must sign a release of liability and drive at their own risk.
8. No cars are to be driven around the pit area except going to or coming back from the arena.
9. Only drivers of the car, judges, and the fire department are allowed in the arena.
10. The last car to move under its own power or the last car initiating the last hit (as per judges
decision) is considered the winner.
11. At any time a driver may raise his own flag. Once flag is raised, the car may not resume competition.
12. Any fires or fuel leaks, car will be disqualified.
13. If a car rolls over on its side or is on top of another car, heat will be stopped. If the car cannot drive off under
it's own power, both cars will be flagged out.
14. Top three (3) cars in main event will be re-inspected.
15. . NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES WILL BE ALLOWED BEFORE OR DURING THE DERBY IN THE PIT AREA.
ANY DRIVER WHO HAS CONSUMED OR IS CONSUMING ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BEFORE OR
DURING THE DERBY WILL BE DISQUALIFIED, WITH NO REFUND OF ENTRY FEE OR PIT PASS.
16. $15.00 for pit pass.
17. A $250.00protest fee is required for all protests.
18. Check-in from 11 :00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
19. No Calcutta.
20. Derby starts at 3:00 p.m. mountain daylight time
General AdmiSSion- $10.00 Adults/ $5.00• 10 & under/ 5 & Under Free
Type of Car
1. Any American made stock, hard top automobile or station wagon is allowed. No trucks, convertibles, jeeps,
hearses, limousines, or ambulances are allowed. No PRE 1974 IMPERIALS allowed.
2. The definition of stock as we consider it is as follows. Modification of a vehicles body, frame, or bumpers by
adding steel, pipe, or other foreign materials to the car to assure greater strength is NOT permitted except
that which is listed and permitted within these rules

Mandatory Preparations of the Car
3. All glass must be removed from the car. That means ALL GLASS!!!This includes Fiber glass.
!. Windshields
~. Rear Windows
£:. Side Windows
g. Mirrors
~ Headlights
f. Taillight, bulbs, and lenses
9.:. Turning lights, bulbs, and lenses
h.Back up lights, bulbs, and lenses
1:. Items e-h includes all brackets and assemblies that hold these in place
i. All flammable materials MUST be removed
4. All chrome molding strips and molding clips must be removed from the car. This includes
g.Hood
~. Fenders
£:. Sides of the vehicle
d.Trunk lid
5. The following items must be removed from the passenger compartment and trunk area
!. Rear seat
b.Headliner
£:. All inside door panels and window mechanisms inside doors
d.Glass and door handles on all doors
6. All taillights and gauge wire must be cut or removed
7. The original gas tank must be removed and a metal or plastic six (6) gallon maximum capacity tank must
be securely fastened in front of the rear axle, inside the car. It must not leak and must be properly
ventilated. (Boat tanks are highly recommended). Regular, unleaded, diesel, and aviation fuel will be the
only fuels allowed to be used. NO EXOTIC FUELS. A:t tanks must be covered with a non-absorbent
cover such as a mud flap or inner tube. This is to prevent fuel splashing on the driver. (All Tanks must be
made of metal or must be completely surrounded by metal. NO EXCEPTIONS!!)
8. Batteries must be moved to the passenger side front floor and securely fastened and covered. Any and
all batteries are allowed. No more than (2) two allowed.
~ A white rag is required on the positive cable wire close to the battery. (This rule may change depending
upon the choice of the fire department and the judges the day of the derby).
9. All cars must have air cleaners
10. Auxiliary water systems are not allowed. The original or an automobile radiator must be left in its
original location. You may remove the fan if desired.
11. All cars will be numbered on both sides in contrasting colors. Numbers must be at least 12" in height. A
three sided roof sign is required with the number of the car on all three sides. No flags on cars.
12. Anytime chain links are welded together, it will be considered strapping.
13. ALL DRIVERS DOORS MUST BE PAINTED A CONTRASTING COLOR FOR IDENTIFICATION
PURPOSES. Orange is Preferred. All orange cars are suggested to paint their door Yellow.
14. Frame Welding
!: Re-welding factory welds on a car frame will be allowed. Adding material is NOT allowed unless
specified in these rules
b. Homemade motor mount, transmission mounts and rear end mounts will be allowed to be welded to the
frame. These mounts may not be strategically placed as to strengthen the frame. Maximum size material
2" wide 38" thick.
c.Welding frames for repairs of cracked or broken frame rail will be allowed BUT you need
authorization from the judges before welding on the frame. This will be at the judge's discretion.
d.A 1" spacer must be placed between the frame and the body if you choose to take out the stock body
mounts. The only place on any car that this does not apply is between the radiator support and the
frame. Spaces should be similar in diameter to originals if they need to be replaced.
!:. The only foreign material allowed to be added to the frame is 4" piece of angle iron 1"x 1" - 1/8" thick
that may be used to tie down the motor. This piece of material may be no more that 4" behind the back of
the motor and not more than 4" in front of the motor. A maximum of (4) four mounts will be allowed.

Trunks
15. Trunks may be bolted or strapped or chained.
~ If bolted you may bolt in (4) four locations with no more than a 1" diameter bolt or all thread.
b.If strapped maximum size 2" wide 3/8" thick and no longer than it takes to
get from the trunk lid to the bumper. Washer plates size must not exceed 4"x 4". An Angle iron
welded to fender and to the trunk lid with bolts through them will NOT exceed 1" x 1/8" - 6" long in (4) four
locations with more than two bolts through each piece of angle iron. It may be strapped from
the trunk lid to the rear bumper in only (2) two locations and the maximum size of the materials to be used
will not exceed 2" wide, 3/8" thick and no longer than it takes to reach from the bumper to the trunk to
be attached.
~ if Chained: No more than (2) two single strand from bumper to the trunk. If the chain links are
welded then the chain will be considered strapping.
Hoods
16. The entire hood may be bolted, strapped, or chained down (PICK TWO)
~ If Bolted: It may not be bolted in more than (6) six locations and the maximum size material to be used
will not exceed 1" ready rod, washer plate size must not exceed 4"X4". Angle iron welded to the fender and
to the hood lid with bolts through them will no exceed 1 "x1Ix1/8" - 6" long in (4) four locations with no more
than two bolts through each piece of angle iron. Not bolting of material will be allowed to be placed directly
in front of the radiator for the purpose of protecting the radiator.
~If Strapped: It may be strapped from hood to front bumper in only (2) two locations and the maximum
size material used will not exceed 2" wide 3/8" thick and no longer than it takes to reach from the bumper
to the hood to be attached. No strapping material will be allowed to be placed directly in front of the
radiator for the purpose of protecting the radiator.
~ If Chained: No more than (2) two single strand wraps will be allowed from the bumper to the hood. If the
chain links are welded then the chain will be considered strapping. No chains will be allowed to be placed
directly in front of the radiator.
17. All hoods must be left in their original stock location.
18. All hoods bolted, strapped, or chained will have (2) two fire extinguisher holes in the hood, one on each side
of the carburetor, a minimum size of (6) six inches in diameter. The hood must have an open area in case
of fire. NO EXCEPTIONS: THIS RULE WILL BE ENFORCED.
19. No cutting the hood open and then welding the metal over to the fenders or in front of the radiator. Material
may be folded and bolted but NOT welded. Absolutely NO welding on HOOD OF CAR is ALLOWED.
20. You must have a minimum of (2) two braces from the dash area to the roof to prevent the hood from being
forced into the car.
Doors
21 . All outer seams may be strapped or chained shut.
22. All cars must have a bar on the inside from center door post to center post. This brace may have a 6"
minimum to a 16" maximum plate on the end to weld or bolt to the door post.
a.The driver's door may be reinforced on the inside and the outside of the car. The inside of the door may be
padded if DESIRED. The only restriction to this rule, at present, is NO GRADER BLADES ON OUTSIDE
OR INSIDE OF DRIVERS DOOR.
1.) Protection bar on the outside of driver's door may extend 6" past the door seam toward the front and
rear of car. Please taper ends of bar so as not to tear skins on other cars. This will be ENFORCED.
2.} Any bar located in front of the driver for the purpose of reinforcing the driver's door may
a. Extend from driver's side door diagonally to the passenger side frame
b. Extend from driver's side door, parallel to the floor and not exceed 12" past the center of the car
before it angles directly to the passenger side frame.
c. May extend from the door post to door post in front of driver.
d. May be welded inside driver's door only
e. A bar may be added on the passenger side from the front to the rear protection bar.
b. Only one option of front door post reinforcement may be used. Bar in front of driver must not exceed 4"
and plates used on the ends of the bar must not exceed 8".

Suspension
23. No Modification to the front and rear suspensions are allowed:
!:. All Shackles lift kits and blocks and trailer hitches must be removedl
b. No welded or modified shocks.
c. All air shock lines must be cut. Air shocks may not have air in them!!
d. No more than a total of 8 leaf spring clips will be allowed on a car
1.) A maximum of (2) two in front and (2) behind the rear differential on each side.
2.) These clips must be similar in size to the original if not the original stock clips.
~ The rear differential must sit on top of the leaf springs.
f:. Exceptions:
1.) Chains will be allowed to make repairs if and only if a ball joint has been broken
2.) You will be allowed to chain the rear-end to the body or frame
3.) Any car with rear coil spring suspension may be converted to a leaf spring suspension. This
conversion must occur with minimal alteration to the cars frame.
S:. No welding on leaf springs will be allowed.
h. Cars may have no more than (9) nine leaf springs
b Cars must have CAR leaf springs and must ride at STOCK HEIGHT
1 Aluminum suspension parts may be swapped for steel OEM car parts.
Bumpers
24. Any bumper off of any car may be swapped but must be left in stock location. Bumper may be welded to
bracket and the bracket to the frame with no foreign material allowed other than welding rod. No cutting
bumper brackets and then lapping them together for greater strength. Homemade bumper mounts made of
3/8" metal may attach to bumper 4" and can be bolted or welded up to 4" on frame. Shock absorbers may
be collapsed and welded. You may weld the outer seam of chrome to the inner part of the bumper as long as
no foreign material is used. NO reversing bumper. You may weld a 6" piece of chain to bumper to frame to
keep bumper from falling off.
!=. A front bumper ay be made from 5"x5" square tube. It may not be shaped or formed. Ends may be capped
but a 1" hole will need to be drilled in both ends. Max thickness 1/4"!! Bumper may not exceed outside of
front tires.
Tires
25. Any tire with any tread. NOstudded tires or long bar/short bar tires on drive tires of car. This means NO
skid steer, rod weeder, or tractor type tires.
26. You may protect valve stems on wheels.
Other Allowed Preparations
27. A car may have the engine, rear-ends, and transmissions swapped, but they must be left in their
original stock locations. No truck rear-ends with fee floating axles allowed. --On new iron cars-- spacers for
clips must NOT be welded to the frame or the radiator support. You may use a 3" MAX diameter pipe for this
spacer. This MUST be "free floating" between the radiator support and the frame.
28. All fenders may be cut and rolled to prevent tire wear and 6" of a 3/8 bolt may be used to hold inner and
outer fender together. A maximum of a USS washer is allowed on ether side of the bolt. NO welding of
fenders is allowed. This goes for interior and exterior of fenders.
29. New Iron cars (1980 and newer) will be allowed a 6" long 2" x 3" gusset behind the crush box to the frame
rail. A gas tank protector built around the tank off of the back seat bar will be allowed.
Repair of Car
30. Car body or any sheet metal must be of same thickness of original material and may not be double skinned
for repair. If there is an existing hole a patch may be made to cover the hold plus 2" around the diameter
of the hold. (Example: If you have a 2" hole you may use a 4" patch.) NO stitch welding of folded sheet
metal will be allowed. This is up to judge's discretion.
31. Car Frame may be repaired. Material used may be no thicker that 1/8" and must hang below or to the side of
the frame for judges to tell thickness. NO welding behind patch is allowed. AI! cars found with welding wil!
cut this section of the frame before running if found to be welded other than patch to frame. Two sides
allowed. Frame repair is limited to 18" per frame rail TOTAL!!!
THANK YOU AND HAVE FUN. If you have any questions, please call:
Mark Vowers (308)249-3192 or Doug Lukassen (308)235-2561
Mike Foster - (308)249-3948
or Email: kimballbannercountychamber.com