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Buggy is Very Comfortable and should fit most anybody. I'm 6ft / 250lbs and have plenty of room.

Throwing this out there to see if there is any interest.

Here is the build thread on this rig.

http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=803893&highlight=mjp















Small Block Chevy
200 AMP Power Master Alternator
Yellow Top Optima
Propane
Clear tanks
PSC Steering
Orbital
Pump
Rams Double Ended
Rear Steer is controlled by an Electronic solenoid pack
Transmission
Th350
Manual valve body
Compression braking
Atlas 4 speed with Cable Shifters
1410 yokes
Art-Carr Shifter
AXLES
Chevy 60 front 5.86 gears
High Steer with PSC Double ended ram
Aluminum Tie Rods 2in
RCV Performance CV rear shafts, RCV Drive Flanges
Locker
3/8 diff cover with counter sunk allens
1410 yoke
3/8 enclosed tabs
.188 wall DOM Double Truss
Rear Steer 60 5.86 gears
High Steer with PSC Double ended ram
Aluminum Tie Rods 2in
RCV Performance CV rear shafts, RCV Drive Flanges
Lockers
3/8 diff cover with counter sunk allens
1410 yoke
3/8 enclosed tabs
.188 wall DOM Double Truss
1410 ujoints from front to back
Aluminum Links comes with a new lower spare
3/8 tabs frame/axles
Full 5/16 Skid from front to back. Skid starts in front of the harmonic balancer and stops at the rear 4 link mounts
14in fox coilovers with the triple rate kit
Bilstein air bumps in the rear
Corbeau Baja Ultra Wide Version
Crow Padded Harnesses
44 TSL's approx 90%
Also have a 44 TSL spare in good shape, not a typical bald spare
Beadlocks
Custom Double Pass Rear mounted Radiator
Wilwood brake pedal setup
Dual Master Cylinders, one for the Front and one for the Rear
Stainless steel brake lines
Beadlocks
Quick Release Steering Wheel
Built in Cup holders in the center console

Since the above pics I have added a New Radiator that stands up in the rear with Dual Fans and a Shroud. The old set-up worked fine but I like the idea of 2 fans in case on decides to quit in the middle of a ride. I also built an engine cage and it uses the same Bolts and Heim’s used in the steering to attach it to the cage. I did this so if a bolt or heim was needed it would be readily available and its one less thing you have to carry in your tool bag.

Here is a Pic of the New Radiator Set-Up.


I’m sure there are a lot of things I have left out



26K

Located in Middle Tennessee


The chassis is still raw so your custom touches can easily be done. If you would prefer i can disassemble it and powder coat it your choice of color for an additional $1500.


Thanks
Mike
 
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