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Rear only.

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Looks like everyone that has painted their rims needs new rims now. Im sure they all left that sticker on.


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Exactly.
Or if they had them Bead Locked by someone other than the original manufacturer.
Ask me how I know this one.
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They should etch the wheel...stickers wont stay on...same with the trans...
 
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A 7/16-inch stud must be thoroughly engaged through the threads in the hex portion of the lug a minimum of 7/16-inch HMMMM Shake head If you use not shanked lugs nuts this isn't going to fly. Actually the wheel might. They might need to re-word this.

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NHRA can suckkkk it


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NHRA always leaves a loophole because they DON'T want to do the work necessary to enforce the rules. Easy out... mine were never certified
 
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Originally posted by DragRaceResults:
NHRA always leaves a loophole because they DON'T want to do the work necessary to enforce the rules. Easy out... mine were never certified


Same here....
Are SFI certified wheels mandated in Advanced ET ot TD ?


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In all other categories, effective January 1, 2020:



(a) any rear wheels originally certified as meeting SFI Spec 15.1 must bear a wheel conformance label indicating compliance with SFI Specification 15.1 properly affixed to each wheel per the specification;

(b) any rear wheels originally certified as meeting SFI Spec 15.3 must bear a wheel conformance label indicating compliance with SFI Specification 15.3 properly affixed to each wheel per the specification (including re-certification if applicable); and

(c) any rear wheels originally certified as meeting SFI Spec 15.4 must bear a wheel conformance label indicating compliance with SFI Specification 15.4 properly affixed to each wheel per the specification (including re-certification if applicable).
 
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So if I read that right just because my wheels were SFI certified even though I didn’t need them by rules then I must keep them up to SFI standards.
 
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Looks like a re-cert too? Funny how this takes place after some MFG’s not paying contingent money if the rim is over 3-4 years?? Isn’t that special....


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Street racing was so much simplier. And the money was much better also.
I might have to go back to a door...err...street car...


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I wonder what Weld will be charging for for this sticker? I'll have to ship my wheels to Weld and pay them to re-cert. It's complete BS.
 
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I wonder what Weld will be charging for for this sticker? I'll have to ship my wheels to Weld and pay them to re-cert. It's complete BS.
Probably who is behind it...
 
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I wonder what Weld will be charging for for this sticker? I'll have to ship my wheels to Weld and pay them to re-cert. It's complete BS.
Probably who is behind it...


Yep
 
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I just found out from Weld that they will not re-cert your wheels. If you are missing your sticker, you will have to send them to Jerry Bickle for Re-cert and a new sticker.
 
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Or....if the track doesn't let you race because of some stupid sticker I guess they didn't need my money. Its really getting out of hand with all the SFI and re-cert crap. All they are doing is pushing people away from the hobby. I myself have thought about quitting.


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Originally posted by TonyB6255:
I wonder what Weld will be charging for for this sticker? I'll have to ship my wheels to Weld and pay them to re-cert. It's complete BS.
Probably who is behind it...


Weld doesn’t re-certify their wheels. You have to send them to Jerry Bickel race cars.It cost $125.00 per wheel for SFI 15.1 or 15.3
 
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I guess I am gonna have to make sure my stickers stay in place just Incase. I didn’t buy my wheels cause I needed them certified only cause they are what I wanted by design.
 
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Hum wonder why big money races have huge car counts and NHRA has hard time filling the fields?




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