Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by Muddytazz, Nov 25, 2002.
Who owns this? Saw this in the Off-Road Adventures magazine today that has an ORD windshield banner.
They sure tilted the camera on that shot, holy cow! That's not a very steep section of trail in person.
That sub belongs to Robert Boggio from Winnemucca NV. National/Alcan 8" lift, 2" body lift, usually runs 38" radials, 6.5 turbodiesel,TH400,Doubler, D60/D70 Airlockers front and rear. And a FULL interior. He carries a lot of stuff. This is the same sub on our Moab pics from a couple years back. It works pretty good, just really big and heavy.
Isnt that at the first waterfall on Poisen Spider?
Do you have those window banners for sale? If so, how much $$$?
yup, 1st corner of poison spider. Really a lot less dramatic than it looks.
We do have some window stickers still in stock, we generally just send them out with big orders. I think individually they're $6 or $8.00 with about a buck to mail it.
Big orders? What was mine? /forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif
how is the buggy thing going? Mine is going real real real slow /forums/images/graemlins/crazy.gif.
I had stickers for you at the BB02. Didn't think to get them out though.
We have the frame rails laid out for my bro's buggy, we're fitting everything around the motor and drivetrain now. Once that's all done we should be able to really fly on it. This part is where starting with frame rails is really nice, we're fighting with exhaust clearance, shock clearance and a whole bunch of similar battles.
Well I will get the stickers from you later then. As for my project it has been going slow but I hope to pick up the pace soon. I was turning it around the other day in the street and could not keep the tires from chirping because the rear is so light /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif I almost though something like the brake were hanging up it was kind of cool. I will give ya a ring later /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
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