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Demolition Derby

Full Throttle Motorsports , LLC



Year after year, fair goers have enjoyed the thrill of some destructive behavior at our demolition derby held on Saturday night. This year expect it to have the same thrill. Come and join us for some fun with Full Throttle Motorsports, LLC.

 What Demolition Derby
 When Saturday, August 3, 2019
 Time Hot Wheels at 4:30 Demo Derby at 5:00 p.m.
 Admission$10/person; ages 10 and under free
 ClassesChain Limited Weld Class
FWD Chain Class
Mini Van SUV Chain Class
 RulesDownload rules below
 ArrivalThere are no DEMO cars allowed in the pit until 3:00 p.m.

For more information or questions, please contact Terry Kees at 715-577-9120 or Jonathan Mewes at 715-222-9368.

*The demolition derby is managed by Full Throttle Motorsports, LLC

Rules


2019 Rules and Info


Chain limited weld class rules!!

old iron/new mix

General Rules

1. All #9 wire used can only be 3 strands, and chain maximum size of 7/16"

2. If not specified in rules don't assume you can do it, call first.

3. Must remain stock unless specified in rules.


Drivetrain

1. Any Engine/Transmission combination may be used.

2. Allowed: Braced rear ends, pinion brakes, aftermarket axles, slider driveshafts, engine cradles, weld in centers for rims, tranny coolers, aftermarket gas pedals, brake pedals (may not strengthen car), shifters, distributor clamps, radiator barrels, carb protectors.

3. Not Allowed: distributor protectors, mid plates, transmission braces, steel bellhousings, steel tail shafts.

4. May use one 2x2x1/4" piece of square tubing for a crossmember, must go straight across from frame rail to frame rail, no kickers off of crossmember. Crossmember may be welded or bolted into place. May mount crossmember on top of 1 3" x 3" x 6" piece of angle iron on both ends. Nothing else can be attached to crossmember besides transmission mount.

5. May swap rear ends from car to car, no leafing of a non-leafed car. May lengthen/shorten control arms to gain correct pinion angle, may cut an overlap a max of 1", Watts conversion are fine long as bolted in on top, lowers may be welded in only 4 inches of total weld per side. can not reinforce the car in any way.

6. Engines may be welded in the engine saddle with mounts and extra 2- 1/4 4x4 or 3/8 chain 4 link.

7. May use any air filled tire. No solid, doubled tires are ok. May use washers, large lug nuts and wheel studs. Must remove wheel weights.

8 may cut fire wall for dust to pass thru.

9. Radiator barrel may be used. Must be secured using no more than 4 3/8" diameter bolts connected to top and bottom of core support only. Cannot be connected to the frame or gusseted to core support threaded rod in any way. Must have at least a 1" gap between barrel and frame on both sides. Barrel must have psi relief. (can use a rad protector also)

10. If running a carb protector that connects to your headers your hood must be cut out enough to not interfere with the bending of the car. Hood cannot be bolted to carb protector.

11. If running a 03 and newer ford the engine must be put in using brackets that cannot be welded to the frame in any way. Use maximum 6" X 6" X 12" x 1/4" Angle iron and bolt them to the top two A arm bolts. You can weld steel off of those to create a surface for your motor mounts to be welded to. No solid lower motor mounts.

Gas Tank/Battery Box.

1. Stock gas tanks must be removed. 10-gallon max fuel tank must be strapped securely in backseat of car, no bungee straps. Must be properly covered with non-flammable material and cannot be connected to frame in any way.

2. Battery box must be placed on the passenger’s side floorboard and properly secured to sheet metal only. Must be covered with non-flammable material. 2 batteries allowed.


Steering/Suspension

1. May run aftermarket steering column. May add U-joints to stock columns.

2. No aftermarket spindles,A-arms, ball joints, idler arms, center links, pitman arms or homemade shocks. May swap steering boxes as long as they bolt on. All steering components from the steering box to the spindle must be stock and not reinforced in any way except tie rods. Can strengthen or run aftermarket tie rods.

3. Sway bar must be bolted

4. Suspension may be welded or bolted. If welding suspension you must use maximum of 2x4 1/4 strap 2 per a arms (tops only!!)

5. Control arms may not be strengthened in any way.

6. Rear coil springs may be doubled.

7. May run 1 chain per side around rear end and up to package tray

8. No adding of leaf spring clamps or leaf springs to leaf spring cars.

9. Stock shocks only, no homemade shocks or filling of shocks is allowed.

10. May swap A arms from car to car as long as they bolt on using factory mounts. No modifying of factory a arm frame mounts allowed.

11. 03 and newer fords must run factory steering and suspension components unless specified in the rules.


Bumpers/Frames

1. May use any OEM factory bumper from any year car. Bumpers may be seam welded and loaded. No adding of points to factory bumpers. may also have oem replicas... no extreme pointys. call if u don't understand

2. May use 5" X 5" X 1/4" maximum square tubing for a bumper. No added steel just a plane piece of square tubing. May cap the ends, but must have enspection holes on both ends of bumper, must be able to see through. No longer than factory bumper. Must be completely straight.

3. May run any bumper shocks or 3/8 4 inch tall plates. cant take shock and bracket off and use both in different places. shocks and brackets must be factory. max of 12 inches back from bumper.

4. Bumpers/Shocks may be welded or bolted on. No adding of metal to do so.

5. Hard nosing is allowed. only shorten to the core mount.

6. May have chain or wire in two places but not both to help hold on front and back bumpers. No welding anything to the frame.

7. No plating, loading, or filling of frames allowed.

8. No frame seam welding or any welding to the frame unless specified in the rules!!!!!!

9. Pre Ran cars can plate the bends. total of 6- 6x6 1/4 plate... can cut plates in half and use 3 inch in one spot then 3 in another, we will measure!!!

10. Peening of rear humps is allowed, no other frame shaping allowed. 1 foot of peening on center maximum

11. tilting or cold tilting of cars is allowed. At boxes on tilting stock mounts are still needed

12. Humps may be wired or chained together in 1 spot.

13. May run 4 chains or wire (not both) going around the frame per side, cannot be connected to cage. Can only be done between the firewall an package tray inside of car.

14. Body mounts. if running stock bolts and mounts you may add up to 4 vertical 3/4 body mounts 8 inches long. if you change body mounts you must have 1 inch puck in. 3/4 max rod. (no extra mounts other then factory change out) *both can change the core mounts to 3/4 inch.*

15. May notch and prebend rear frame rails.

16. Cars may shorten front frame rails to the core support, Core support body mount tab on frame must be left intact and in stock location.

17. No other welding on the frame unless specified in rules!!!!



Cage/Driver Safety

1. Cage Material maximum of 6" diameter material, cage cannot connect to frame.

2. 4 point cage allowed. Cannot be done in a way that strengthens the frame in any way. Door bars may not run further forward than firewall, and must not go further back than the middle of back doors.

3. May have 4 down bars going from the cage to the floor and not through the floor, down bars to be welded to sheet metal only, no plates between down bar and sheet metal allowed.

4. Gas Tank protectors are allowed, cannot be connected to package tray or body. Must come off of backseat bar, cannot be connected to halo. Must be narrower then frame rails at the package tray (humps). No beating of sheetmetal to get closer to package tray.

5. Halo Bars allowed, if running halo bar to the floor that counts as two down bars, cannot be connected to frame. may be bolted to roof in two spots.

6. You may strap your dash bar with 2" x 1/4" metal from dash bar to cowl (Firewall) in 4 places, no more than 2" of weld on cowl.

7. May run driver window netting in drivers window only.

8. Front Window Bar must go from cowl to roof only, cannot be connected to cage. Maximum of 4" weld on cowl and cannot be used to strengthen car.

9. May also run one bar in rear window track ¼" x 3" wide (may be flat, round, or square) welded or bolted within 6" max of rear window track and no fasten plate larger than 4" diameter. Ran from roof to trunk lid only. No raising of the roof, roof must be in stock location.


Body

1. Doors may be chained/wired or welded shut. 2 chains or patches per door seam, patches a maximum of 4" X 4" X 1/4".

Drivers door may be welded solid.

2. No creasing, welding, or bolting of body seams unless specified.

3. Speaker deck/trunk may be dished a maximum of 4" from factory location. Use a straight piece of material to check your measurement. Rear quarter panels may also be dished and creased.

4. Trunks may be tucked.

5. Trunks may be held down in 6 places with bolts, chains or patches. Patches may not be larger than 4" X 4" X 1/4". Bolts must go from sheet metal to sheet metal only. Two bolts may run to trunk floor to the frame, the other four must be connected to the trunk lid lip. Maximum of 3/4" sized bolts. Washers for bolts a maximum size of 4" X 4" X 1/4". 2 only connected to frame.


Hood may be held down in 6 locations maximum. Can be chain/wired or bolted. Maximum of 3/4" bolts. Hood hinges DO NOT count against you for these locations. Maximum 3" X 3" X 1/4" angle iron may be welded to fenders or top of hood to bolt your hood down.

7. May run 3/4" threaded rod through core support mounts and through hood. This counts as 2 of your 6 hood hold downs. No other hood hold downs can be connected to frame. Maximum height between core support and frame is 4". No welding of rod or spacer to core support or frame.

8. May use up to 4 3/8" diameter bolts to bolt front clip together in areas of your choosing. Sheet metal to sheet metal only, no added steel or relocating of factory brackets to strengthen.

9. Rear wheel wells may be bolted together in 4 spots with bolts no bigger than 3/8" diameter.

10. No shortening of front clip or relocating of core support.

11. Hood can have a maximum of 8 3/8" bolts in it to hold the hood seam together.


fwd chain.



1) fwd cars only

2) no welding unless rules say

3)may have a 4 point floating cage with halo, can have a floating gas tank protection that follows the tank.

4)all body mounts must be factory unless rusted out, change with same size bolt and leave pucks in

5)wire or chaining of the doors trunk lid and hood.

6)fuel cell may be mount on back seat bar and 2 inch away from back seat area

7)aftermarket gas, brake, shifter headers allowed

8)stock bumper of car! may add 4 bolt to it to help hold on. if plastic allowed to change with tin stock one off another fwd style car (no welding on anything, no compact full size ect bumpers will enforce this heavy!)

9)any tires allowed

10) all plastic must be removed, windshield and lights

11)pre ran car fix it plates 2- 5x5 1/4 plates. these can be used to weld bumper back on if you need to. can't be split up. must stay 5x5. after those 2 plates build new car.

12) drivers door can be welded shut


no welding struts, tie rod, bumpers, motor mounts, doors

we are looking for easy throw together fun cars! if you wanna do more we have a weld class for you!!

rules are simple follow em, if says u cant do it pretty much u cant do it

strip the car, weld the cage, move your battery and gas tank, chain doors and put a bad a** paint job on it.


MINIVAN SUV CHAIN CLASS



1) no full size vans or suvs

2) no welding unless rules say

3)may have a 4 point floating cage with halo, can have a floating gas tank protection that follows the tank.

4)all body mounts must be factory unless rusted out, change with same size bolt and leave pucks in

5)wire or chaining of the doors trunk lid and hood.

6)fuel cell may be mount on back seat bar and 2 inch away from back seat area

7)aftermarket gas, brake, shifter headers allowed

8)may put car bumper on. no shocks. hard nosed only. can also put a 4x4 piece of tube on instead. no loaded bumpers!!

9)any tires allowed

10) all plastic must be removed, windshield and lights

11)pre ran car fix it plates 2- 5x5 1/4 plates. these can be used to weld bumper back on if you need to. can't be split up. must stay 5x5. after those 2 plates build new car.

12) drivers door can be welded shut


no welding struts, tie rod, bumpers, motor mounts, doors

we are looking for easy throw together fun cars! if you wanna do more we have a weld class for you!!

rules are simple follow em, if says u cant do it pretty much u cant do it

strip the car, weld the cage, move your battery and gas tank, chain doors and put a bad a** paint job on it.








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Jason Bork,
Apr 3, 2019, 6:21 PM