I can't decide if it's a good idea to get it accustomed to being in this position, or if it's a bad idea to encourage it.
Sure is easier to weld on its belly this way, though.
The progress archive:ROCKSFORBRAINS said:More pics!
Scott, is this one for you?
Hey did you ever get a chance to weigh that thing? I remember hearing it had like 140 hp which seems like quit a bit for a motor you can carry.Heavy Metal Toy said:the burning question is, though.... is it still going to be running the Saturn mill???
Thanks!ROCKSFORBRAINS said:That's a nice looking frame.
I gather by the use of the :evil: that you'll be throwing down the gauntlet for the comp rig I'll bet you're itchin to implement some ideas that have been rattling around in your head for a while.
Now hurry up and finish it so we can go snow wheelin! I hate being the only one to freeze my ass off:flipoff2:
ROCKSFORBRAINS said:Top. Any more progress?
The Joker said:My first glance at the top picture I thought I was looking at some new extreme buggy, that would run really long shocks and not limit rear axle flex in any possible way :jester: