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Thread: 2018 AOF EAST RULES for 660 DRAGS

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    Default Tiller Racers are Grass Roots Racing: 660 Drags Works for Them

    I talked to Bill Kopod, yesterday, sounds like they are PRINTING their rules, so there are no misunderstandings. They have three races planned, and I don't know if they are all at that Lake Buhlow in Pineville, Louisiana. This is one of the nicest lakes I've ever seen for boat racing.

    It is my hope, that the guys from Texas to North Carolina can kind of, "Partner Up" with these rules. As it was always fun to go to other places and race and know you had a chance to win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Pigott View Post
    They have a group like this in NC / SC. they have there own club, I don't think it is AOF. Most of the boats are about 14 ft. long with a V bottom They run 3 cyc motors most of them are Yam. with a tiller. I am not sure about all the classes but they have about 4 races in Tabor City NC the same place we run Stock and MOD.
    Southeastern Drag Boat Club is the club you're talking about. Our website with all the rules and dates is
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