WI? Sweet :) Where do you wheel the buggy at?
Those are not stock bushings...stock are centered...those are OME caster correction bushings, most likely :)
LOL...what, no napkin sketch?
There are some leverage changes with having the arms on top...unsure how that efffects everything, but worth...
'bout time you got back on this project :) Plenty of frame material for the arm/panhard mounts?
I've considered a buggy a few times...but something streetable just keeps me from doing it...
what are the build thoughts?
So I picked up a 24"l x 10"d deep tool box...turns out, I really need a 9" deep to keep it inside the trailer deck...10" works with the fenders, but...
photos? and welcome :)
yea, ideally it's program one and done...assuming you plan accordingly ;)
And most places will allow a re-tune or two to get it right.
The 2004 is new enough in the Vortec V6 line to actually consider keeping that setup instead of retrofitting back 10-15 years to TBI...
TBI is nice, and relatively idiot proof...or, mine mostly worked well anyways...haha
Never enough toys...welcome :)
second that...definitely in my thoughts
Sorry to hear that...definitely in my thoughts
oh, ya gotta have it....
I found that one too...also has possibilities, and yes, the top loading would be far nicer.
So, just because, I pulled the trailer out of the shop using the wagon...tongue weight dropped the rear about 1"...perfect :) Will be nice for...
looks a little rough, needs more polish :)
Perfect for the kids to learn on tho - lol
The Curt Manufacturing weight distributing hitch brackets are rounded...and the aluminum rails are quite square...so some 1/4" thick alum plate was...
Kedge, definitely...winter traction is simply amazing...we've got Blizzak's on the GX470 and I'd FAR prefer the TW w/ Kedge
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