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No Baileigh stickers? :(

Shane, I have you covered ;) I need bigger ones for the stuff that will be bent on the back!



and the sweet Baileigh hats are definitely representing! It is a required co-pilot nogging protection equipment:




Well after this last week I am back in action :p

They can build me stronger, faster (insert million dollar man song here.... tchhhhh tchhhh tchhhh tchhhh) :D



And tapping on the hosp room comp to surf porn... errr pirate4x4 makes time fly faster :D



Plans is to be back on the garage and trail full force!
 

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Shane, I have you covered ;) I need bigger ones for the stuff that will be bent on the back!



and the sweet Baileigh hats are definitely representing! It is a required co-pilot nogging protection equipment:




Well after this last week I am back in action :p

They can build me stronger, faster (insert million dollar man song here.... tchhhhh tchhhh tchhhh tchhhh) :D



And tapping on the hosp room comp to surf porn... errr pirate4x4 makes time fly faster :D



Plans is to be back on the garage and trail full force!
you rock :grinpimp:
 

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Dang Gui, I didn't realize you sold the Heep! Congrats on the new rig, it looks :grinpimp:
 

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Glad to see some pics Gui! Any mods? Good to see you're getting some seat time! Still perma-grin?
 

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Thanks guys!

Ovninskor = practice driving :) My wife is from Sweden, and was cool to actually do some Ovninskor on some rigs offroad in Boras link here: http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=397974&highlight=sweden











Josh, the cruiser is so kicking butt! I have done a few little things to it, but am really enjoying getting more seat time. The rig behaves very different from most of the Jeeps or other rigs I have driven before, and the healthy V8 makes it VERY fun :D
 

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Man thats a great rig..........very stable and reliable. Its tough as fawking nails too! You gotta get up this way for some snow wheeling sometime........Johnny would like to see it again. He has since built a new crusier that really nice.

KC
 

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Kevin, yep, really like how the rig behaves, a good mix of the old school parts, clean cruiser lines, and great oommpphhh :D

Will definitely hit you guys up as soon as I have a chance to head your way!
 

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I noticed yours links have very little vertical separation at frame. How does it handle? Always see and build one rear 4link considering at least half of vertical separation at axle on frame mountings.

Any real world inputs will be good to avoid mistakes on next project.

Abraço!
 

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OPs, missed the last post, it is at about 108 right now. Has been working very well on climbs. I should be heading to Bob's (MixCanyone) sometime soon, so will definitely give you a holler if you are game since you are pretty close to his place :D
 

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OPs, missed the last post, it is at about 108 right now. Has been working very well on climbs. I should be heading to Bob's (MixCanyone) sometime soon, so will definitely give you a holler if you are game since you are pretty close to his place :D
nice! it looks longer.... just wandering cuz my target is 109" you know ive known bob for years and have never been up to his place he's been after me to come up forever, but i work sundays . mmy cruiser is in grass valley near my welder:D for the winter(linking the rear) in the summer i'm usually wheelin in the sierras somewhere..... let me know if you go up. ive been threatening to use a sickday to go up there, i'll take pictures:laughing: bob will be shocked:laughing:

what does your cruiser weigh? that is if you know
 
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