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Old 05-17-2007, 03:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Eastern Series Standings?/ Results Event #2

Anybody have eastern series standing after the 2 WEROCK events, and the final results from WEROCK event #2
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Old 05-17-2007, 04:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Anybody have eastern series standing after the 2 WEROCK events, and the final results from WEROCK event #2
We are currently working on getting them out right now.
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Old 05-18-2007, 08:10 AM   #3 (permalink)
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for PM, I calculate, discounting finishes of teams not in the series....

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Drew and danny tied
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Levy and may tied
Hale and Smith tied

I could be wrong, but that's my math
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Old 05-18-2007, 10:52 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I like your math as long as it puts me in first.
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We are finishing this and tieing up a few things with the website updates, should have the official standings shortly...
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Old 05-18-2007, 12:09 PM   #6 (permalink)
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We are finishing this and tieing up a few things with the website updates, should have the official standings shortly...
Shouldn't be that hard, since everyone 40'd the first day of racing.
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No matter who is in the lead, it is a tight race either way. Looks like there are only about 12 that could be in the series. What was the number last year, 9?
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Its anybody's game right now, Jellico is going to be fun. I've got to get Drew to roll his some more and same goes for you, Mike.
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What kill's me is getting my a$$ handed to me by a YJ that could be driven around town if he wanted.
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Its anybody's game right now, Jellico is going to be fun. I've got to get Drew to roll his some more and same goes for you, Mike.
Hey, don't jinx me now. I've run 2 events and only flopped it once. That is a new record for me.
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Hey,can somebody tell Ken that the frame bars are supposed to not be "consumable". OH,nevermind ,I just did See you Jokers in Jellico
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Old 05-18-2007, 02:42 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Hey,can somebody tell Ken that the frame bars are supposed to not be "consumable". OH,nevermind ,I just did See you Jokers in Jellico

Hmmmm, Rich and I discussed this, here's my take... you are right, but anything can be broken when you are thumping (not crawling) rock faces in an effort to complete more than two courses for the weekend.

My legal size 1.5 x.095 frame extenders did not fail, but the mount they attached to is fabbed of 2"x.120 and it was ripping that steel- it was not a failed weld and I did not expect that to be the point of failure.

So while it was somewhat compromised, it met the minimum design intent and they remained attached throughout the event.


All that said, It's my reponsibility to make sure my frame meets the rules through the entire event, if I bend one of the pieces, I'll fix it. In the mean time, I'm looking at other bolt on designs that will be stouter, I don't want to bother with repeated fixes, but I don't want to lose the bolt on ability cause in races where it's not required I want the approach angle-

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What about a hoop instead of individual pieces, with supports that also bolt on.
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Hoop??? What about a Houp? You could just strap one of those across the front
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Hmmmm, Rich and I discussed this, here's my take... you are right, but anything can be broken when you are thumping (not crawling) rock faces in an effort to complete more than two courses for the weekend.

My legal size 1.5 x.095 frame extenders did not fail, but the mount they attached to is fabbed of 2"x.120 and it was ripping that steel- it was not a failed weld and I did not expect that to be the point of failure.

So while it was somewhat compromised, it met the minimum design intent and they remained attached throughout the event.


All that said, It's my reponsibility to make sure my frame meets the rules through the entire event, if I bend one of the pieces, I'll fix it. In the mean time, I'm looking at other bolt on designs that will be stouter, I don't want to bother with repeated fixes, but I don't want to lose the bolt on ability cause in races where it's not required I want the approach angle-

Feel free to pm me if you want to discuss it more

It's all good,I just felt it needed to be mentioned. My Pirate PMs are send only,I have not been able to receive in quite some time.I PMd Lance and have no idea if it is working since I haven't gotten a PM in over a year. I am glad to hear you are working on rectifying the situation. I am not the only one who noticed. You could probably join both bars together as soon as they leave their receivers with a crossover to give them strength.
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What kill's me is getting my a$$ handed to me by a YJ that could be driven around town if he wanted.
Hey if your talking about me, believe me I was suprised as you are.

Oh and BTW I have driven it around town in Vegas and right here in Tampa.
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Old 05-19-2007, 04:40 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I was talking about Danny, but you fit the mold too!

Ken,

It was funny, some kid ask me what your front bars were for on the last obstacle and why they were bent differently, He looked like he was in deep thought about it. So I told him you bent them different for each obstacle so you could push the rocks out of the way that were in front of you.
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