Featherweight and Ultra-Tough Brakes
Circle Track|June 2017

Born From Off-road Truck Racing, We Check Out an Ultralight Brake System From Qtm for Dirt Crate Late Model Racers
 

Jeff Huneycutt

For the past few months, we’ve been documenting the process as Crate Dirt Late Model racer Chris Hargett has been upfitting his race car with new lightweight components that will help him stay ahead of the competition.

Finally, here’s something we bet you haven’t seen before. QTM isn’t a big name in oval-track racing, but the company has a product already developed for off-road trucks. QTM has been supporting off-road stadium truck racing for years and has developed a proven lightweight braking system that works in that demanding environment.

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