42" MT02 DOT's are scheduled to arrive end of July 2022 (confirmed recently, but who knows these days....). I hope to be testing a new 40" MT02 sticky/black label around then too.Hey Woody any idea when the 42inch Patagonia's will be available
80 wheeling minutes a weekend for 4-6 weekends a year....should be good, I hope...I know mud won't be an issue for you, but we had problems with the seatbelt latches not functioning great after a handful of races. I would imagine it would take a lot of dust to make them bad. We went to the duckbill latches and no worries.
use to live and wheel in the midwest all the time. cam locks suck for that reason. never had a single issue with the latch styleI know mud won't be an issue for you, but we had problems with the seatbelt latches not functioning great after a handful of races. I would imagine it would take a lot of dust to make them bad. We went to the duckbill latches and no worries.
glad to hear you're ok and the buggy took minimal damage. it's amazing how well a properly built cage works. I can't believe that I only had minimal damage with my backflip (broke a couple things, but chassis took it like a champ). 4600# being airborne and landing on the roof is a ton of force!Fixes today....
Rig is still wheelable, even with the bent spindle. Just need to put washers behind the wheel to keep it clear of the caliper (good short-term fix)
- picked up a porta power and the cage above my head is straight (well, other than the dent...lol)
- Took the TIG to the tube/leak and corrected that issue (new radiator pressure tester too)
- Swapped front tires, determined that the $650 wheel is nearly perfect, but the $250 spindle is tweaked. Have one on order. Per Jesse, you need a spindle from a CTIS vehicle, has a clear radius by the splines. Spindle p/n 5715160
- Updated hose clamps and some other misc stuff.
Fixing ANOTHER torn boot tmrw....yay! Trying a 4th option this time, see if they survive better (or worse....)