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Author Topic:   harris vs. d&m
posted October 27, 2003 03:42 PM
I am a firm believer that any mod can be made to work under various track conditions.Just curious to get some feedback on which is better on dry and which company is willing to share more info

posted October 28, 2003 05:05 PM
I just spent the afternoon of the 20th with Charlie Clark and the whole bunch at Harris. They are a great bunch of people and are willing to do what it takes to get your mod going strong. Charlie and his son both race and Reece races also. They will have you fast if you work with them. I had a bunch of work done to my car and it looks great and is in great shape. I thought I would be looking for a new chassie but they could have sold me a new one and instead said they could fix the one I have. I will always own a Harris as long as I am running mods.

posted October 30, 2003 09:26 PM
well here goes, we recently just put in an order for a new harris, after three years of chasing our tail in a d&m. the d&m car is on of the finest built,simple cars i have ever seen/owned. it was a wishbone sus. the car was either tight,not drivable, or no bite never a happy medium. we won a few rces but for our efforts and money, were not near as competitve as we needed to be.this been said i have spoke with dirt works and harris . both good well built cars. it seemed harris wanted us in one of their cars ands cared about helping us a little bit more than dirt works. if you would like to know more about the d&m even the new car. e-mail at

posted October 30, 2003 09:33 PM
I have had 2 D&M cars in the last 3 years. The last was the wishbone car that we spent allot on time working on to get it right.... still need a few more nights to make it better, but have gone forward. I just got off the phone with someone that said the new dirtworks cars are built real solid and that they would last a while....