Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Fubeca, Nov 20, 2005.
I just saw these in the October issue of Four Wheeler.
Looks kind of like Daniel's design .
Does anyone make a FULL-SIZE version of this, I like it and think it would be kick a$$ on my rig...anyone know?
big enough to hold a 44" tire
I saw this on a K5 on here but don't remember his name.He's from Carolina I think.But it had a 40 on it.
It was 79Stomper's.
didn't DP 90K5 make it though?
DP90 made the first one I have seen - the mag totally reminded me of his design.....
Daniel's was THE original design. Poison Spyder copied.
That is sweet, is he selling them?
Who cares if there coping each other. Thats how products become better.
Almost every product out there is a copy of something.
Take beadlocks. How many different designs of beadlocks are there??
I care - you are speaking about a situation that is better for the consumer, not necessarily better for the creator of the product. If DP90 put hours into his product (not saying he did, didn't, or whatever) and someone else is first-to-market with his product that sucks. We want an environment where the true designers are rewarded. These people usually do not like the business side of things and frequently get taken advantage of.
Once again, not saying any of this applies to DP90 - I do not know. I hope that the original designer of the carrier pictured in the mag is in line for the $$ should it be a successful product.
HIJACK-BTW, the little midget in the bottom pic of DP's truck on the ramp is my boy -end HIJACK
Yes, that belonged to James (79 stomper). And yes, it was made by dp90K5. I can tell you firsthand that those bumpers are tough. I yanked on them sideways on and off for 4 hours (when he blew both front and rear shafts, and bent the rear spring perches around the 14 bolt. And no, it wasnt just u-joints. The flange broke off the t-case). They are really nice.
yeah for a k5 that is a sweet idea for a fullsize it can't really function imho
I'm glad I got me one before DP took a break from building them.
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