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Old 11-14-2012, 07:07 PM
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Very nice !!!

Did you have to shorten the axles width?
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Very nice !!!

Did you have to shorten the axles width?

Thanks, no i flipped the hubs out on the rear to make em match the front
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Thanks, no i flipped the hubs out on the rear to make em match the front
Well that is one fine piece of machinery you've created
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Well that is one fine piece of machinery you've created

Well the cold weather has been slowing me Down a little , and the daylight savings gets dark to quick , I wanted to build it inside the shop but I only have 10' doors , and it will be 10'7 with the rollaround tires so had to do it outside
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Well the cold weather has been slowing me Down a little , and the daylight savings gets dark to quick , I wanted to build it inside the shop but I only have 10' doors , and it will be 10'7 with the rollaround tires so had to do it outside
Don't cry to me, my 1 and only door is 8' .



And the 2 electric heaters aren't doing much today
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Ha , I've got one torpedo heater and it heats the.shop good , but its only 36 here I'm sure its colder up your way
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Ha , I've got one torpedo heater and it heats the.shop good , but its only 36 here I'm sure its colder up your way
Well, when I walked in there, the snow fell of my boots, and when it hit the concrete, it didnt melt

I had a big furnace in there last year, and I burned lots of waste oil, of every type, but I got rid of it cause I ran out of room.
Time for a new garage, I suppose.
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I like it !!!!

Is this going to be road legal, or offroad only?
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I like where this build is going. This is the kinda truck you would find in a horror movie chasing you down a dark road!
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What size is your link tube? It looks tiny
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