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LOL You two haven't had a falling out lately have you?
Nope. But they did have coming out party together and are now happily married.
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Nope. But they did have coming out party together and are now happily married.
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LOL You two haven't had a falling out lately have you?
No, that's why we're still so civil.

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What happens to that pogo stick in a roll when the rig lands on the side of the rear tire?
It won't matter Larry. Before it could ever reach a point to take a seriously hard roll from off the ground, it will already be on it's side due to the one-link. Before I'mhavingheatstrokescauseitshotoutside says anything more, I will say I have rode in AND drove a one-link. How many of you can say that? And to add to that, I don't care to build one, own one, drive one, or ride in one ever again. Every time you get more than 1-foot off camber it's like a sloppy noodle and you have no idea when you're actually going over. Oh yeah, and I've been in a one-link rigs for a total of 2 rolls too.

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Update:

Here it is in action at Zukicrawl 2010, Katemcy Rocks in Mason, TX on what I believe was it's maiden voyage out. Looks like it did just fine. Maybe Crisbee or someone who's seen it wheel can tell us more.

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Looks good in all the pics at the bottom of "obstacles". If that's all they're wheeling, a "baby lifted" Sami would have probably done the trick just fine.

BTW, I never said it wouldn't be fine on mild shiate, just said that a one link is untunable...which makes it complete shiate on "big boy" obstacles.

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Haven't seen it in action yet Stroke.

Suppose to be a Cottonwood run soon, Hope to see it then....

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one run does not make it "work"
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one run does not make it "work"
You've heard that before haven't you.

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As with any of our rigs, talk is cheap and your shit don't get props until it has wheeled successfully for a substantial length of time! I am interested to see how it holds up and acts in differnt terrain. I still like the concept

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So... Crawl wanted some pics of the one link pogo stick suspension.

So we took them through Brutal...



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Nice, congrats.

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Sweet!

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Very cool..... Congrats

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You guys realize that this thread is over a year old, right?

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You guys realize that this thread is over a year old, right?
Yes. You do realize that the spread from Crawl was recent?

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yes. You do realize that the spread from crawl was recent?
12-31-2010


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That would only be six issues ago.
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I stand semi corrected, would be 1-01-2011.

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So... Crawl wanted some pics of the one link pogo stick suspension.

So we took them through Brutal...
how does that thing do on the falls? seems like its a little short, but i also saw some long wb flop and flounder around on those falls
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how does that thing do on the falls? seems like its a little short, but i also saw some long wb flop and flounder around on those falls
Looks as though those pics were taken when the fall was not as tall as when we ran it, looks as if there are rocks in the bottom there too..... looks plenty long and tall to make it.... I was curiuos how it behaves at 70 MPH?

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