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From the ashes of the Shit Missile "The Fluffer" is born

My new build -
22r - Got Propane -Propane
151 turbo trans
duals with Marlin 4.7
FJ 80 axles - hellfire knuckles/high steer
18" Fox 2.0 air shoxs
52" wide chassis, 112" wb, 19" belly on 37 reds, 6'2" chassis height at ride height.
shooting for around 3k total weight.

A shot of the donor rig "The Shit Missile"

Keep the motor trans and t-cases.

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Looks good so far.


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My new build -
22r - FI conversion
151 turbo trans
duals with Marlin 4.7
FJ 80 axles - hellfire knuckles/high steer
18" Fox 2.0 air shoxs
52" wide chassis, 112" wb, 20" belly on 40's, 6'3" chassis height at ride height.
shooting for around 3k total weight.












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Looking GOOOOOOD Bob'O, can't wait to see it finished.
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Very nice. How long did you sit there making vroom vroom noises
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Looks good so far.
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Very nice. How long did you sit there making vroom vroom noises
I didn't but I did hold a steering wheel to see about position - does that count?

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My new build -
22r - FI conversion
151 turbo trans
duals with Marlin 4.7
FJ 80 axles - hellfire knuckles/high steer
18" Fox 2.0 air shoxs
52" wide chassis, 112" wb, 20" belly on 40's, 6'3" chassis height at ride height.
shooting for around 3k total weight.











good start,

those axels are just for mock up right?
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good start,

those axels are just for mock up right?

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My new build -
22r - FI conversion
151 turbo trans
duals with Marlin 4.7
FJ 80 axles - hellfire knuckles/high steer
18" Fox 2.0 air shoxs
52" wide chassis, 112" wb, 20" belly on 40's, 6'3" chassis height at ride height.
shooting for around 3k total weight.











Nothing to add here, I just wanted to be cool and quote all the pictures like everyone else.

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I didn't but I did hold a steering wheel to see about position - does that count?
Nope..only counts if you make noises and pretend to shift.

finally done, what a pain in the ass!

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Nothing to add here, I just wanted to be cool and quote all the pictures like everyone else.
Lmao. I wonder how many more times that'll happen in this future train wreck.


Lookin good so far Bob!

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Yea no shit

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Speed that shit up Bob, SB is right around the corner!

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Speed that shit up Bob, SB is right around the corner!
yea I know... The best I might be able to do is mid sept.

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you leave enough headroom for your helmet?
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Yep I'm at 4.5" w/o helmet.

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sweet!

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Not much done this weekend - had to do some other shit and when I got to work on the buggy realized I was out of DOM
Decided this weekend she's gona be a propane rig.


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I've never built a buggy, but the one area that concerns me is the a pillar.
looks like it will fold in the event of a hit?
maybe add some triangulation to it?


again i dont know much, but that makes me nervous




same with your axels

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Let me finnish the damn thing before you critique it.

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It's skinny as fawk and you are going to skin your elbows. Both of them.
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It's skinny as fawk and you are going to skin your elbows. Both of them.
Thats ok Dick said he has a some worn out knee pads i could have for my elbows

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First, I know NOthing about 4 links, is there a reason the upper links are so high on the axle end? In my head it would seem that they should be lower, and more parallel with the lowers.

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It's call vertical seperation at the axle also helps to get the numbers where I like them. Here is a good read for you if you are interested in learning.
http://www.4wheeloffroad.com/techart...t_1/index.html
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