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Offline Ron Carlson

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Mud Bog Unlimited Class Added to Texas Jamboree
« on: April 10, 2008, 01:00:50 pm »
Due to the overwhelming response, an UNLIMITED CLASS has been added to the Baytown Jamboree! There will be a class for any vehicle now!

Just to clarify, the new Unlimited class is for stock and Super Stock style “Mud Bog” vehicles, like in our rules, but to allow larger tires than the 45” limit! The Unlimited is tire size, it still has to be close to our basic rules for Stock & Super Stock. Full all out blown, injected, class 4-6 Mud Racers are not Mud Bog vehicles. We have had a lot of participants with larger than the 45” limit tires wanting to enter, that basically fit our Stock & Super Stock rules, so we have added the unlimited class, as in unlimited tire class, as our other classes are broken down.
Class 1 – Tire size less than or equal to 33”
Class 2 – Tire size less than or equal to 37.7”
Class 3 – Tire size less than or equal to 38.5”
Class 4 – Tire size less than or equal to 45”
Class 5 – Maximun height 45”
Class 5 Unlimited – Tire size larger than 45”

Jut a reminder that the Texas 4-Wheel Jamboree is fast approaching, April 19-20 in Baytown, TX, and the time to save the $15 pre-registration is ticking away. Make sure that you and your club, along with all others that you are getting signed up, register very soon to take advantage of the discount!  Call 317-236-6515 or visit or also visit for more info.

MAGAZINE PHOTO SHOOT!!! Ken Brubaker, Senior Editor of 4-Wheeler Magazine, who also represents Readers Rigs Magazine, will be on hand shooting trucks for features in upcoming issues! Register your ride and who knows, it may be featured in a magazine, as the saying goes, you got to be in it to win it!  He is looking for all kinds of rides: show vehicles, mud boggers, rock crawlers, daily drivers, that are competing, or showin' off!!!!

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