any hardcore dates? (1 Viewer)

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its a 40 somthing acre place back behind danimals... we the club help the owner build a fence last year and he lets us play there from time to time
 
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lets see...unimog portals, coilovers, 39 inch irocs, beadlocks...Just making a parts list so i'll be able to follow Cacy, Chad and Dennis next summer :steer:
 
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I should be...looks like the coast thing isn't happening, and if i have to give up a truck they can have the blazer. don't be shocked if i need to borrow a jack on short notice though...if i do that i'm swapping the wheels/tires. taking the 2 good mtrs too...will toss the trail spares on it.
 
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I menat I should be ready to have my first test run at surf n turf so I can figure out what I need to fix before hardcore runs. I'm at 100" wheel base now. Can't wait to test it out. Ordering the last parts today and tomorrow!!! Nothing aas cool as coil overs unfortunately.
 
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I have thought about that or and Orion. With an Orion I do not need to modify anything, pretty much bolt in. A toy box would require drivelines and more work. Orion will be the way I go I think. That will be next years project. I need to teach a night class or two at one of the Junior Colleges for the money I will need for it.
 
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If I was you, save the extra money and go with a Toybox. Not only do you get the customer service from Marlin, but you get a much better product that more than likely won't pop out of gear on you coming down a slope.
 

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