Secure your pumpkin on wheels. Make sure they do not fall off. Wheels and axels can be purchased on the day of the event starting at 11am - Cost is approx $20. 1. Bigger wheels eventually roll faster than smaller ones. 2. Smaller wheels start faster than bigger ones. 3. Urethane wheels roll faster than either solid or pneumatic rubber wheels 4. Harder wheels will more readily be knocked off course should you hit a crack or rock in the race than softer wheels. 5. The heavier your chassis the lighter (and generally smaller) your pumpkin must be to make the 12 pound weight limit. 6. Make sure your axles are firmly secured in the chassis or the pumpkin, that means screws and bolts attached to the platform to keep the axel from wiggling around.
Meals on Wheels - Spokane, WA - (509) 456-0397  
Wheels help for pumpkin
GREAT PUMPKIN RACE Saturday, October 25th, 2015 Corner of 18th and Madison - Spokane, WA 99203 Registration at 11:00, Race begins at 12:00 noon

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