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NEXT MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE ON DECEMBER 3RD AT 7:30PM.

We will be voting on the following rule changes.  You must be a DCTPA 2014 member paid in good standing to vote on rule changes.

2.6 Diesel - Currently deck plate motors are not allowed - want to allow them.

Discussion to Allow open drive line

2.5 Diesel - allow weight boxes( no hoses) and asked for more clarification on interior rules

Gas Trucks - All 1-2 ton OEM (factory), no sheet metal rear ends drive train, no reversers , drop boxes allowed

Brakes: allow drive line brakes with shields,

Beds without floor will need a bed cover and cover on rear in tailgate location.

Move  hitch hook point from 46 to 42.

Change name from Buckeye Outlaw to Darke County Gas Trucks

Hot Rod - No changes per discussion.

9500 lb Hot Farm - No changes per discussion

9000lb Alt Farm - No changes per discussion

Antiques -  do not want to have 8500 class

Go back to 3mph

Go back to $20 entry fee

Add 5250 and 5750 class full cut class at 6mph

Allow 800 head and blocks on MM on 4cyl. Eng.

 

In addition to voting on rules, we will also be electing board of directors and officers for 2015.

Board of Directors up for re-election are Duane Edwards and Dave Singer

Current officers are: President - Joe Singer;  Vice President - Kyle Schlechty;  Treasurer - Tony Schlechty;  Secretary - Tina Davis



FINAL POINTS FOR 2014 ARE NOW POSTED IN RESULTS


The DCTPA would like to say a HUGE Thank You to all the Pullers, Fans, Members and Sponsors for another successful season! We certainly couldn't do it without the support of everyone. Mark your calenders for our annual awards banquet on January 31. More details to follow.

 


 

 

 

 

 


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Testimonials

12 January 2011

The DCTPA puts on an awesome show every year no matter where they are at. I have seen great pulls on bright sunny days and I have seen the track crew do everything they could to save a track from rain so that the show could go on.


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