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Old 03-25-2020, 01:53 PM   #1
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Class-2 “Trail” Details:
"• Body/cage work must be at least 4.5" tall (including boat sides) and the inside of the front tires cannot extend outside of the width of the cab at the doors."

If I get power wagon body can I cut off the fenders for the front and the Bed? Would this be considered pinching?


• "A front bumper is required and must be mounted to the vehicle's rail chassis and must be wider than the outside of the chassis rails (chassis cross rails do not count as bumpers)."

If I get a stinger type bumper that slides into or around the frame rail and extends no further is that OK?
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Old 04-22-2020, 01:40 AM   #2
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A lot of people must run wheels with an offset then.
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Old 04-23-2020, 09:53 AM   #3
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A lot of people must run wheels with an offset then.
Dunno if many do, but they have to keep in mind the gates could be as narrow as 12" wide, and you may not be able to go straight thru them. Thus, the wider you go, the more likely you'll hit a gate.
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Old 05-22-2020, 10:10 AM   #4
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Class-2 “Trail” Details:
"• Body/cage work must be at least 4.5" tall (including boat sides) and the inside of the front tires cannot extend outside of the width of the cab at the doors."

If I get power wagon body can I cut off the fenders for the front and the Bed? Would this be considered pinching?


• "A front bumper is required and must be mounted to the vehicle's rail chassis and must be wider than the outside of the chassis rails (chassis cross rails do not count as bumpers)."

If I get a stinger type bumper that slides into or around the frame rail and extends no further is that OK?

Removing the front fenders would be considered pinching due to the fact that the hood without fenders does not meet the 2/3rd of widest point of the cab specification. Example: The PW cab is 6" wide, 2/3rd of 6" would be 4", however with the fenders removed completely it now measures roughly 3.5", out of spec for C2. But if you leave a 1/4" of fender per side, you can then meet the 2/3rd rule. NOTE: example measurements are not exact and would be based of actual body specifications. Also note: this is still considered pinching the front which is one of the three body mods allowed in Class 2. You may only use two of the three body mods, pinch(also narrowing the hood), boat side or dove tail(also narrowing the bed).

Bumper must be wider than the chassis where it mounts, so mounted on the outside of the chassis rails.
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