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Unread 12-30-2013, 11:00 AM   #1
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OSRC Rules Voting

Hey folks. Craig, the founder of Old School Rock Crawl, is asking for input on a change in the rules for the street/stock class. This is the entry level class at the competition. The main item up for debate is whether to keep the current tire size limit at 37" or up it to 38". Originally they wanted it increased up to 40" so i anticipate this will eventually be acheived in increments if not voted against.

In my opinion the current minimum of 33's and maximum of 37's is ideal and will encourage more people to participate in the competition. I believe this because on most of the runs ive been on people are generally running 33's and i dont suspect those people running 33's want to go up against someone on 40's. Thats just my opinion, however it would be more beneficial if we get the opinions of you guys who will potentially be competing in the future. What would you like to see?

I have linked the thread below which contains the rules and comments by others. If you get a chance please sign-in, or sign-up, and let your voice be heard.

http://www.rme4x4.com/showthread.php...368#post954368

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I agree with you, Brian. Leaving it at 33's and 37's is the way to go.
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I agree with you, Brian. Leaving it at 33's and 37's is the way to go.
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I agree, in a street/stock class 40's would be over the top
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Agreed! Please post your thoughts in the RME thread linked above when you get a chance guys. It will be most appreciated!
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I only know one guy running 40s on the street lol 37 should be max for a stock, street, entry level class
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I own a ZJ. Since I think 35's are as big as you can physically go on a ZJ...


[EDIT] Nope. 37 is as big as you can go. And that's with 8" + of lift, serious trimming, and both bumpers replaced.

So, $10,000 minimum.

Nope, not gonna happen to any ZJ of mine.
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I own a ZJ. Since I think 35's are as big as you can physically go on a ZJ...


[EDIT] Nope. 37 is as big as you can go. And that's with 8" + of lift, serious trimming, and both bumpers replaced.

So, $10,000 minimum.

Nope, not gonna happen to any ZJ of mine.
I thought the same thing about WJ's.. being 37's (which I had on mine) was the largest I could go. but I was wrong!
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f197/...build-1505917/
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Thanks! It really is helping and is very much appreciated.
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I thought the same thing about WJ's.. being 37's (which I had on mine) was the largest I could go. but I was wrong!
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f197/...build-1505917/
Yeah, right

Please remember also my wife is only 5'0" and has trouble getting in now with 3" and 31's...
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Thanks everyone that took the tire to comment about the rules. It made a difference! I recieved the following email yesterday.

"Hi Teams,

There has been considerable discussion on tire sizes and some new interesting ideas brought forth. From the post that I have read it sounds like the 42" tire size increase is good for the Legend class and that the stock class should stay the same.

Thanks for the input,
Craig Stumph"
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