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Old June 19th, 2014, 22:33
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Re: the sound of inevitability

If I linked the rear I will just start with a full tube chassis from Twisted. That's in a few years. I hear what your saying on the leaves but they are staying for now. I still have a spare, cooler, parts, and tools bolted down in the back. Links are tough to get the right geometry on a buggy anyways I don't want to mess with that on full bodied rig (or what's left).

What I've seen is starting with a factory rig you are always limited and won't reach what a buggy will do. Completely going nuts you can get to 80% of a buggy. For the time and effort at that point I'll go full buggy from Twisted.
Just add lightness
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