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Old 12-14-2012, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well after my July front flip at the local tuff truck event I made the choice to build a new and safer rig. The old rig held up for two years of abuse, she has been rolled, flipped, jumped and repaired to many times now. It was time to strip her down for a complete rebuild or start new. After much thought I started looking for a new chassis. I must have looked at every brand out there. I got a few local guys building twisted fab rigs, and another PS Bruiser running around. After a few phone calls I decided to go with PJ from M&M Off Road. Being a new rig it has to have a new name, the old one was Viki, the other woman in my life according to the wife. The new one will be Victoria, her better looking sister.

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M&M Off Road 4 seat custom chassis with CJ front clip
Gen 3 408 stroker built for bottom end TQ
TH 400 with a lot of good parts
Atlas 3.0 with 300M outputs and comp gears
Rear Solid 14B third Ruff Stuff housing 5.38 Spool 4340 shafts
Front Mega High Nine Ruff Stuff housing RCV shafts locker undecided
Willwood Brakes all around thanks to Easyrick
Trail Ready 17s with 42 Rockers
16" Swayaway coil carriers and triple bypass shocks
Profender Bumpstops ( wanted to try them)

First two pics are the old rig. I have posted these before, but I figured I'd throw them in at the start as a farwell.

Third pic is the new chassis and them some parts
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DAMN SON! Thats one hell of a flip picture!



you'll be very happy with PJ's work, have a few buddies running his chassis and their top notch stuff
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Bad ass photo!! I am very excited to be working on this project. Its coming together and i look forward to getting my hands on some of those primo parts.. This thing should look good flying. This RG1 chassis is getting some extra tube and .188 wall A,B,C pillars on top of the sliders and main sub frame. This is to help hold up to some of the abuse we can see Trey can produce. (See Photo for confirmation)HA HA HAName:  CIMG1772.jpg
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Old 12-25-2012, 06:32 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Thats a build after my own heart. What are comp gears made of?
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Wow, what a photo. Liiks like it might have stung just a little. Super job on the new one so far.
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Well after my July front flip at the local tuff truck event I made the choice to build a new and safer rig. The old rig held up for two years of abuse, she has been rolled, flipped, jumped and repaired to many times now. It was time to strip her down for a complete rebuild or start new. After much thought I started looking for a new chassis. I must have looked at every brand out there. I got a few local guys building twisted fab rigs, and another PS Bruiser running around. After a few phone calls I decided to go with PJ from M&M Off Road.
Me to, chances are i'll probably see you around on the trails here in Michigan. I think I looked and talked with a dozen or more chassis builders, before going with an MandM.
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Rear fenders are going to change once we get the axle placed.
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Looks good cant wait to see more of this!
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Thats a build after my own heart. What are comp gears made of?
Not sure what they are made of. I think they are the same material just held to a tighter tolerance.

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I saw this one being started when we went down to pick mine up.... Another CJ guy! Woo Pow!
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Old 01-17-2013, 12:36 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Got the parts here.

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Old 01-18-2013, 12:01 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Saw Victoria last weekend. Looks great.
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:13 PM   #18 (permalink)
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rear shocks and seat

Putting the rear suspension together as we wait on Aluminum hubs from BT.
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Looked over this when I dropped the scout off and talked about your build with PJ some. Seems like this is gonna be a beast!! Can't wait for more progress pics (even if it does hold up dads scout a little).
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We got coil carriers and bypass shocks mounted.
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Supsension is mocked up. The reason for the extra length in the shock shaft is room for the spring cup.
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Looking killer as usual.

Bypasses? Go fast plans in this rigs future?
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Very nice build!!! I'm looking forward to seeing Mikes new M&M buggy this weekend at Hot Springs.

Stupid question but how did you mount the bypasses on the bottom end by the axle? It looks like they are mounted on the links but was just wondering.


Hopefully one day I'll be pimping a M&M buggy!!!!


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Stupid question but how did you mount the bypasses on the bottom end by the axle? It looks like they are mounted on the links but was just wondering.



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