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FRAY BODIES
#1
In fray racing, is it in the rules that you need to run those bodies that the wheels stick out onthe sides? Or can you run something that looks somewhat " NORMAL" as in a wider body so the wheels are under the fenders? And what is the width rule? Thanks SLO,
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#2
First the width, 1" 5/16 , 2nd, If you are using Fray rules than yes you need to use a Fray style body. If using other style body than call it SS class. Simple, yes?
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#3
YES!
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#4
you can run more narrow axle Rolleyes

some bodies are wider than others.
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#5
Run a narrow axle? And the purpose of that would be...
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#6
a worse handling car!
but it will look good :lol:
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#7
Hmmm... get rid of the fray bodies. And get a 1 and 5/16'' body ala SS, now ya got something! SLO.
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#8
different groups also allow some leway.
I had 1 old fray legal body that was pretty wide with big ol pan on it.

Up here on wd nights we used to race American iron injection moleded bodies only
this year we went to fray style bodies
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#9
Mike, is that "fray style bodies" as in open wheel or fray legal bodies? Old tjet indy bodies? SLO.
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#10
it was an old fray legal body till they banned the wide rocker pans.
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