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Old 07-27-2009, 08:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Camerons New ColeWorX buggy Preview thread

Here are a few pics of Tim Camerons new buggy. Figured it deserved its on thread. These are just a few pics. RickyB is doing a real photo shoot with it later.

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Very nice!
Cant wait to see it eat!
Great job Cole and crew!
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Best beadlocks ever.
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Old 07-27-2009, 08:39 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Trucker babe beadlocks

Been waiting for this one for a LOOONNGG time, even better than the last Unit.
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Is that the old chassis redone or new and copied the old chassis lines?
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Old 07-27-2009, 08:57 PM   #8 (permalink)
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sweet!

Only thing I dont agree with is where the orbital valve is mounted, or at least the fact there's no shield for the hoses
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Yup. Looks killer!
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Old 07-27-2009, 09:02 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Is that the old chassis redone or new and copied the old chassis lines?
It's a completely different chassis. This one is a lot smaller.
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Damn, How thick are those beadlock rings?
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Is that the old chassis redone or new and copied the old chassis lines?
Same color....

Old one, look and see how everything is much different, and smaller, tigher, more trim


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basically the old one just smaller and lighter it looks like? i'm kinda dissapointed to be honest. too similar, looks like a copy. still sweet none the less?
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man..... what a sweet sweet ride cant wait to well with ya Tim
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Does it have Kirkey seats?


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Old 07-27-2009, 09:26 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Im surprised he went from Ouverson Rocks to 14bolts I figured the new one would have 5tons or ZFs.
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Sick as always.....

But am I gonna be the only one that asks, why the step away from rocks.?
I realize he broke them, but with a lighter buggy, it should have been bullitproof, and it looks like there's room?

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I guess not, I just type slow.............
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Sick as always.....

But am I gonna be the only one that asks, why the step away from rocks.?
I realize he broke them


He wants to CRAWL and Rocks don't crawl
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Still pretty close to the same lines. I like it.
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looks sick hope to get to wheel with it sometime. """"""LOW & WIDE""""""""""" NICE
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looking at the pics, I have a very hard time keeping both hands above the desk.
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Whether crawlin or rippin, I think we'll all get the see just how strong a 14b can be. What diameter are the shafts?

There was so much right with the old chassis I understand why you wanted to stick with what appears to be the best parts of it.

I'm sure there will be more people "disappointed" with the new build, but you had to expect that by showing up with anything short of an anti-gravity-disobey-the-laws-of-physics rig that gives head to the driver at the top of every obstacle. To say this is anything remotely near disappointing is an absolute joke. In fact, everyone should see and acknowledge the huge amount of time, effort, money, and thought put into this rig and leave it at that. Why be negative to anyone who pushes these builds to more than anyone thought could be done, all before the last weld has cooled down.

There are countless build threads on here that don't contain 1% of the innovation and quality of the work here, and I read page after page of "great work" comments on what is sometimes totally copied, mimicked, or just plain crap.

I have never met or wheeled with any of the builders/owners/drivers of these rigs, but I know how many hours I've spent in the garage and have come up with waaay less than something like this.

Looking forward to seeing more of it.
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Sick as always.....

But am I gonna be the only one that asks, why the step away from rocks.?
I realize he broke them, but with a lighter buggy, it should have been bullitproof, and it looks like there's room?

Edit**
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i agree, i dont know how he could have built something better than the last rig. maybe its not about it being better but i dont think you could top the last rig in parts an what not. looks like a weight thing pretty much. very sick rig though.
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About time, were are the pics/vids from the weekend? Cough it up ringtail.
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