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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by CK5, Sep 6, 2005.
dosent look much diffrent
Hmm something looks different... is that a new dent over the driver side wheelwell?
Welcome to buggyville
I like it, but man cut off the back right at the last down bar
What are you doing for a suspension?? I assume the rear portion is so long for the springs??
Cool! Looks like you are keeping it a 4 seater!?
Wow, better than the moon buggy!!!
Maybe one day, I can dream can't I?
It's not as long as it looks, the very rear section is for the fuel cell, the area behind the front seats is for the third seat, King coil/4-link rear.
Welcome to the Dark Side.
I don't care for that front axle only set up. I just don't see how that works well on the rocks dragging the rearend around.
Tell me about it backin up on the trail would suck balls eh?
Going with one small wheel in the back, got the idea from a forklift I used to drive, should turn on a dime and give ya nine cents change back.
Like this one?
It even has the tread design of a blank crawler ideal for cutting.
ahh what it was a nice blazer i dont like the truggy stuff all that much
Steve, you're gonna have start yet ANOTHER forum ... ColoradoTubeThing.COM That's as much a K5 any more as a Jeep with a smallblock. Which I'm not saying is a bad thing ... but calling that a Blazer is a biiiit of a stretch
So it take it that is has some sort of motor that never needs to be worked on or removed?
God Tell Me It Will Still Have Some K5 Skins!!!
Haha, I told Steven people would talk about this, to remove the motor you cut the cross bar out and weld in some cool guy connectors that makes it removable, we need to put those in so you know what I'm talking about.
This winter skins go on, all I have time for now is potato skins.
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