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Big Chief to small tire?

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

There is a lot of controversies involving Street Outlaws star Justin “Big Chief” Shearer lately. This stems from an incident earlier this year when he decided to depart the show.

Shearer, who had been with the show for nearly a decade, is doing his own thing now. He drives the famous car called “The Crow.”

Street Outlaws star Justin "Big Chief" Shearer looks on while in the Midwest Street Cars shop
Justin “Big Chief” Shearer looks on while in the Midwest Street Cars shop (Photo by Justin Shearer/Instagram)

“I don’t want to [about moving to small tire],” Justin “Big Chief,” Shearer said in a live stream with Chris “Limpy” Collins. “I really don’t want to. But we’ll see. I would rather not. There are a couple of things that are coming up … Matt with SSR, I want to do that one. I heard that’s going to be pretty big. We’ve talked about supporting some of the big tire events that are around.”

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The Midwest Street Cars owner is now free to do more racing, while the other Street Outlaws personalities compete on the show. Many of the personalities will be competing at the beginning of Season 5 of Street Outlaws No Prep Kings which kicks off this weekend at Palm Beach International Raceway in Jupiter, Florida.

For those that are not aware, in order for a car to make the switch from a big tire to a small tire, they have to put in work to change things over. But Big Chief clearly is not willing to put in the work to take advance of the small tire community that is big right now.

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso IIIhttps://thecapitalsportsreport.com
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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