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Well we are finished. Only need to tweak (align) the front end.

It now has 23.5" ground clearance front and rear (with 29.5s outlaws).
We used gorillas on all four corners. Going this weekend to Texas muddy gras to try it out in some mud.

Let me know what ya'll think.
 

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Is front left shock mounted at a slightly different angle. From picure it seems to be different than front right. Pictures can be misleading and I am by no means ripping on your masterpiece. I absolutely dig it
 

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looks nise wish i would do something like that
 

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Wow that's crazy! **** of a job!
 

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QUOTE ("Eric":10p5fgp4)
Is front left shock mounted at a slightly different angle. From picure it seems to be different than front right. Pictures can be misleading and I am by no means ripping on your masterpiece. I absolutely dig it
Maybe. I guess I am biased but, I don't see it. Now you know you are going to make me go and remeasure for the 5000th time.
 

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thats awesome!! very clean!!
 

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i cant get over how clean and good it looks, it looks like you bought it that way. nice job!!
-Aaron
 

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Looks awesome!!

How does it ride? It looks like with the control arms being at that angle, that it might ride pretty stiff.

You need to get a video of it posted up!


-Tim
 

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Looks sweet. You should get it pat. and send it to honda. You can make some really good $$$
 

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That's soooo sweet, will we be seeing it at the mud nat's?
 

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That's soooo sweet, will we be seeing it at the mud nat's?
Yeah we are definitely going this year.
 

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Great can't wait to see that thing up close and in person!
 

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Nice bike,great job on the fabrication.I bet you put a lot of time in figuring all that out. So,how's it ride? How's the gearing feel with those Rincon diff's?
 

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Nice bike,great job on the fabrication.I bet you put a lot of time in figuring all that out. So,how's it ride? How's the gearing feel with those Rincon diff's?
Thanks. Yeah, we took a couple of months building it on weekends here and there. It rides a little rough due to the combo of the tires and the stiffness of the shock/spring setup. It's not too bad though. As far as the gearing... it is the same as a stock foreman. I haven't had it in any "peanut butter" since I got the outlaws. I will eventually go with a gear reduction when they are more available.
 

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think you could make one with a about a 3 inch lift irs
 
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