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who makes grab handles that strap on so you can pull yourself out of the car?


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Call Danny or Jansen at M&M race cars


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My 08 American has grab handles and rollers on the bottom of the chassis like the M&M dragsters


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Call Ray Miller, I bought a set to bolt in and love them. Have had several people try them and they bought sets too.


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I would like to see pictures of the grab handles and the rollers on the bottom of chassis. I am building a new front engine dragster and now is the time to add anything like that. I went to M&M website but no pictures of them.


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I was just at the M&M shop a few weeks ago picking up my motor. Was checking out some of the new cars they were building. They put a lot of thought into putting little things on them to make life easier. From the grab handles,air actuated steps(handy for people like me with a lotta birthdays) to the locking nose caps. I agree the website could be a little more inform-able.But you'd be hard pressed to do business with any better people.


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I would like to see pictures of the grab handles and the rollers on the bottom of chassis. I am building a new front engine dragster and now is the time to add anything like that. I went to M&M website but no pictures of them.




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Thanks JR, that is really nice.


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Sometimes you even gotta dumb down a picture for some people. But is there one set of rollers, or is there one in the seat area too? I high centered my car across a paved road once. That was a pretty proud moment.


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Sometimes you even gotta dumb down a picture for some people. But is there one set of rollers, or is there one in the seat area too? I high centered my car across a paved road once. That was a pretty proud moment.


I talked to M&M today and ordered one set of the wheels. He did say they usually put two sets on their dragsters to help those who load it in backwards and those who drive it in. I am just going to use one set on my car.


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Rollers like for underneath the frame? S&W sells those.
 
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I think those are in my future.


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Rollers like for underneath the frame? S&W sells those.


Looking online. Haven't found them yet.


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Bucky hope this helps...
http://www.swracecars.com/stor...adles-OSCAR_346.aspx


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I built my own handle that attaches with a T-bolt clamp on upper frame rail. 1.125 chromoly bent almost 90 degrees, i’ve alreay had to make a couple more for buddies since they saw mine.
 
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Sometimes you even gotta dumb down a picture for some people. But is there one set of rollers, or is there one in the seat area too? I high centered my car across a paved road once. That was a pretty proud moment.


2 sets of rollers, one under the rear of the seat and th eother in front of the foorbox


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I believe if I set it up right I can have a "Cradle" for the chassis wheels and a set for the front tires. When it rolls up on the cradle and then drops down in there it would reduce or eliminate the need for a chassis pillow. Roll it up in there, strap it down and go.
My new car is front engine dragster and this just may make it easier to load and more solid for towing.


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Bucky hope this helps...
http://www.swracecars.com/stor...adles-OSCAR_346.aspx


That's it!

Curly, your idea would work. But, if you are hitting bumps with the trailer and the car bounces up and down on those wheels, that's pretty jarring and will crack something, even if it is only the wheel mount. If you tie it down on those wheels, that would eliminate it.


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thank you all for your response


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I built my own handle that attaches with a T-bolt clamp on upper frame rail. 1.125 chromoly bent almost 90 degrees, i’ve alreay had to make a couple more for buddies since they saw mine.


Stephen,
Can you post or send some pictures of yours? Those fat boy handles have to be worth it.


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