The truck went down the track perfect and they took 1st place.The truck never went down the track again without some hop. Joey would like to thank his loving girlfriend Emma who supportsall Joey’s late nights and expensive truck parts. Charles Environmental Construction and Ron of Universal Precision Manufacturing.Psychotic Air County Line Customs and many others that have helped Pulling for the Cure and Randy would like to give a special thanks to his amazing wife that loves to be at the pulls with him and to his father that has been there to help him build his tractor to where it is right now.Won the OTTPA (Outlaw Truck and Tractor Pulling Association) Super Farm and ITPA Super Farm points in 2008 won the Midwest Winter Nationals in 20 as a Super Farm.All of whom are incredibly supportive with their endeavors and hold a strong sense of pride in their accomplishments.
Also huge shout out to his motor builder Steve Chmura from RAD Auto Machine!!He was an awesome person and always fun to be around. Joey dedicates every single pull he pulls in to him.390 ci Cummins 5.9 block from 2000 Dodge truck with 12v head modified by KC engine, Hart's 2.6 turbo, roller cam, SMT roller rockers, water to air intercooler and RPM data logger; this is currently his fifth block since started pulling Started building in November of 2009, built from the ground up from junk yards to after-market and a Ford f-700, cab and center frame came from one yard and rear and front frame and bed from another, front clip then from lmc truck, front axle is Rockwell fds-75 from Ford f-700 4x4 truck, rear Rockwell out of a semi all fabricated in Jason’s shop with some aftermarket help, purchased used Pro fab trans and drop box Jason grew up on farm, but loved horse power and motors, he went to allot of pulls with dad and his friends and sometimes drove them home lol.Engine was built by Riverside Engines and recently redone by Mike Sandefur based on Doug sobotka's design.Turbo charger design and tuning is all done by Middleton team Brothers Fred and Keith Middleton and Matt with help from Jeff Parker, Mark Weiderhold, Roger Earley, Max Simpson, local machinist Jay Hale and many others.