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    Well the propane worked perfectly at Bearwallow. But buggy did a nice front flip with a 180 twist.. oops... Took out cb antenna, windshield and hood. But landed on its wheels still running!
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    1988 Samurai Truggy: yotas, locked, linked 4Ds
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    2004 F350: Tow Rig: 6.0, 6 speed on 20s and 33" wildpeaks

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    I am fairly certain I can straighten that hood up in like ten minutes.
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    I'm 100% sure that in 10 minutes Tyler would make the hood worse than it is....
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    That hood looked almost that bad when rolled at Windrock. Rubber mallet and 5 minutes it was livable. We will try again lol. Think the shatter windshield just means time to remove windshield frame and come up with something diff. Been grumpy at having it since lions den and it catching the tree
    1988 Samurai Truggy: yotas, locked, linked 4Ds
    2003 WJ: 6.5" long arm and 33s
    2004 F350: Tow Rig: 6.0, 6 speed on 20s and 33" wildpeaks

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    I missed the cart-wheel - but saw your mom nearly kill herself jumping out of the Sami and running/tripping over the boulders trying to get to you.
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    Plexiglass and 2 hinges - tie it down before doing risky obstacles,
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    get those WW1 flying-goggles and a leather cap.
    -Norm

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    ...or, put a mini rollbar around the windshield frame.
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    Probably just remove entire windshield frame. And put lexan on the front of cage.
    1988 Samurai Truggy: yotas, locked, linked 4Ds
    2003 WJ: 6.5" long arm and 33s
    2004 F350: Tow Rig: 6.0, 6 speed on 20s and 33" wildpeaks

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    ...or get the driver some driving lessons?
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    That's a good possibility too lol.
    1988 Samurai Truggy: yotas, locked, linked 4Ds
    2003 WJ: 6.5" long arm and 33s
    2004 F350: Tow Rig: 6.0, 6 speed on 20s and 33" wildpeaks

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    Sure figure may as well update a picture of my buggy in build up thread to lol. 40s
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    Really curious what you think of the MT2s.. have been eyeballing them a lot as my MTRs are slightly undergunned in big dog rides. Feedback I've seen is from out west guys who say their sidewalls are better than most, hook up almost as good as a sticky and run down the road smooth plus the 40in is only a couple kids meals from the 37in $$ wise.
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    Haven't gotten to run mine yet. Buggies been down. But have wheeled with few guys running them and impressed me
    1988 Samurai Truggy: yotas, locked, linked 4Ds
    2003 WJ: 6.5" long arm and 33s
    2004 F350: Tow Rig: 6.0, 6 speed on 20s and 33" wildpeaks

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    Got a small test run in today. Pretty wet out but they seemed to do pretty well the little bit I ran them.
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    1988 Samurai Truggy: yotas, locked, linked 4Ds
    2003 WJ: 6.5" long arm and 33s
    2004 F350: Tow Rig: 6.0, 6 speed on 20s and 33" wildpeaks

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