NASCAR rules modifications announced

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (July 16, 2002) - Officials of the National Association for Stock Car Racing announced today rule changes governing front air dam clearance for Dodge Ram trucks and truck suspension parts. Effective July 17, front air dams...

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (July 16, 2002) - Officials of the National Association for Stock Car Racing announced today rule changes governing front air dam clearance for Dodge Ram trucks and truck suspension parts.

Effective July 17, front air dams for Dodge models must have a minimum ground clearance of 4-¼ inches. The clearance is reduced from 4-½ inches. Chevrolet and Ford models maintain a ground clearance of 3-¾ inches.

Also effective July 17, truck trailing arms, when measured from the center of the front mounting bushing to the center of the rear axle tube, in a straight line, must maintain an equal length on the left side and the right side with a minimum length of 51 inches and a maximum length of 52 inches.

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