C4 I don't know my bumpers real well by looking at them. I was told it was a 72 caddy.either way I am very happy to have it.i bought it from a buddy who gave up it up because of back surgery and all I know is I was tired of getting hit by it.lol
I tucked the trunk on the 88 century. I have not bolted or welded it down yet.i was thinking about pulling it back oiout and welding it down and canoeing the trunk.has any one canoed one yet and how did it work or should i just stay with the tuck
What about tucking and creasing. The back or with the tuck is it defeating the purpose of creasing. I have always ran pretty stock cars and want to tey some new stuff this yr.tired of gettinf close to the money but not winning plus i have alot of time ro build it this yr
I plan on making the front as tuff as possible with a good bumper and solid suspension. I was just wondering if creasing may help me get a couple more hits out of it before it is done the derby isnt untill the end of august so i have time but there is not point of doing it if it wont help at all. All opions are greatly appreciated.
Post by Slingshot302 on Apr 9, 2013 9:22:17 GMT -5
Just curious, never run one before, how would one of these hold up in a bonestock 78 and newer fullsize class? Friends dad has a 90 cutlass wagon that I might run. Cant do much to the cars in that class, maybe switch the bumper if needed.
Cuz when it.. Feels like a kick in the teeth, I can take it. Throw your stones and you won't see me break it!
Are promoter changed for the derby I run, rules are basically the same just a few thing different. I can now weld 4 1/4" by 4" pieces of steel from the top of the bumper to the core support. I will probably have 1/2" allthread through the hood and core to the frame.will the 1/4" steel from bumper to core be to much for the core support to handle.it is an 88 buick century with a good bumper up front.thanks