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Old 05-24-2011, 11:11 AM   #101 (permalink)
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Timmy, it looks great. Good job on the full solo build. I can't wait to see it get beatdown
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Old 05-24-2011, 11:31 AM   #102 (permalink)
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Hey Tim, new rig looks and sounds awesome man! Just one question, with the speed and force you hit some obsticles with is there any concern of hammering the rotor guard off a rock and pounding it into the rotor or damaging the center section? (not knowing how think the housing is)

I can only image the force that is generated by an impact at some of the speeds I have seen you hit climbs at.

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Old 05-24-2011, 12:18 PM   #103 (permalink)
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My favorite buggy of yours yet. I love that it does not have all the bling and pointy stuff.

Very cool.

I like how it tooted flame after you flopped it.
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Old 05-24-2011, 01:20 PM   #104 (permalink)
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Hey Tim, new rig looks and sounds awesome man! Just one question, with the speed and force you hit some obsticles with is there any concern of hammering the rotor guard off a rock and pounding it into the rotor or damaging the center section? (not knowing how think the housing is)

I can only image the force that is generated by an impact at some of the speeds I have seen you hit climbs at.

I was thinking the same thing.

Sick car though. Those axle are the shit. They'd be even better if they weren't top loaders.
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Old 05-24-2011, 05:27 PM   #105 (permalink)
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Old 05-24-2011, 05:33 PM   #106 (permalink)
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cant believe it but pattoyee's buggy is lighter than this or so he thinks
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Old 05-24-2011, 08:13 PM   #107 (permalink)
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cant believe it but pattoyee's buggy is lighter than this or so he thinks

Pattoyee is puttin helium in those 47's to meet the goal
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Old 05-24-2011, 08:58 PM   #108 (permalink)
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Huh??? I most definitely do not.

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Yeah, I've never heard of anyone breaking them in the front. My friend runs them with 47's in a 7000# rig and plenty of power and has busted them in the rear but never the front. Kind of why I have high hopes for the front of my rig, which I hope will be 5000# or less.

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Anyone want to put in bets as to how much this thing is going to weigh? draggbody says its going to be heavy as shit and I should just give up all considerations of weight. His bet is over 5500. I'll be happy with anything below 5000 and I'm betting closer to 4800 without me in it, a little over 5000 with me in it. But then with builds like katesoffspring's weighing in around 4500 with heavier components than mine I loose all sense of relativity. The last buggy was about 4500 with lighter tires, heavier engine, and a lighter chassis. That was probably without me in it.

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Old 05-25-2011, 09:48 AM   #110 (permalink)
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Hey Tim, new rig looks and sounds awesome man! Just one question, with the speed and force you hit some obsticles with is there any concern of hammering the rotor guard off a rock and pounding it into the rotor or damaging the center section? (not knowing how think the housing is)

I can only image the force that is generated by an impact at some of the speeds I have seen you hit climbs at.

yes sir i understand where your coming from. if it becomes a problem, ill cut off pinion gaurd plate front of axle center with some 1/4 plate. smoothit all out an then put the pinion gaurd back on. thats y i jus rattle canned the axles kuzz ive had plenty of experience of abusing housings an touching em up! hell yall know jus as well as i do ITS JUS METAL.. PLASMA WELD GRIND PAINT READY TO GO AGAIN
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Any chance you weighed the housing to compare to a stock rockwell? If not and the next time you have the axle out from under the buggy, would you mind weighing it...
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Any chance you weighed the housing to compare to a stock rockwell? If not and the next time you have the axle out from under the buggy, would you mind weighing it...
Naw i didnt... but yes sir i will def do so
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Old 05-25-2011, 01:00 PM   #114 (permalink)
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Tim glad to see you back and on rockwells at that. Have any regrets on either getting rid of any of the other rigs or would have built them different since several of your last ones have been on 60's and 14 bolts? Which way seems to fit your driving style better?
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So... are you going to keep this one? Bad ass. The axle housings are pimp.
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Old 05-25-2011, 02:49 PM   #116 (permalink)
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Tim glad to see you back and on rockwells at that. Have any regrets on either getting rid of any of the other rigs or would have built them different since several of your last ones have been on 60's and 14 bolts? Which way seems to fit your driving style better?
Is this a serious question?
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Tim glad to see you back and on rockwells at that. Have any regrets on either getting rid of any of the other rigs or would have built them different since several of your last ones have been on 60's and 14 bolts? Which way seems to fit your driving style better?
i enjoyed all my past rigs! i jus get tired of driving 4 hours to a park an breaking an axle on first or second climb. so i figured in sacrafice some weight an solve axle problem. hopefully hahaha
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Outstanding buggy, I like it even better since it's on rocks. The real question is how long you're gonna keep this one
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Very nice buggy. I would say everything has a price.
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Old 05-25-2011, 07:56 PM   #122 (permalink)
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yes sir i understand where your coming from. if it becomes a problem, ill cut off pinion gaurd plate front of axle center with some 1/4 plate. smoothit all out an then put the pinion gaurd back on. thats y i jus rattle canned the axles kuzz ive had plenty of experience of abusing housings an touching em up! hell yall know jus as well as i do ITS JUS METAL.. PLASMA WELD GRIND PAINT READY TO GO AGAIN
so many people dont think this way.

kick azz rig, is ouverson selling the inner and outer C's? didnt see them on the website
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randy did me a round tube sheetmetal housing that would fit a stock thirdmember. i wanted to set my own caster so he jus shipped c's and knuckles all as single pieces. has 47spline spools F R studgirdle F R 2inch 47 spline shafts F R
What's the total cost for the housin, Cs and knuckles? Also why hasn't randy made them mainstream yet? Is he waiting to see if someone like you breaks them?
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so many people dont think this way.

kick azz rig, is ouverson selling the inner and outer C's? didnt see them on the website
yes sir hes is selling them. ill let yall call him an talk to him bout pricing. not sure on how many sets he has made, but its some bad ass shit ! straight beefff. in my opinion i think the knuckle can be broke, i know the spindle can be lol but we will cross those bridges when it happens RANDY at OUVERSON is pretty much a BMF when it comes to machine work PERIOD ! hell i sent him jus a rough sketch of how i wanted my highsteer arms to be and he went off that and it couldnt have been anybetter ! huge thanx to ouverson machine! But im still gunna try and break your shit !
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