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    Nice score , I seriously thought about buying this just for the parts but have to many projects on the go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unimog404 View Post
    Very cool rig Bernie. And yes we will have to get out this summer for a good wheel. I just have to see if I can Finnish my project haha. It's coming though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CTD NUT View Post
    No, the 435 in good working order, should shift smoothly. But it is a clunky long throw old school truck 4 speed. It is not a nice shifting transmission by today's standards. And the ratio spread sucks. It's really a 3 spd with a bull low gear. It would not be a desirable transmission for this buggy in the big picture.
    OK I guess wheel it and find out. maybe start curling 40lb dumbell LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail Head View Post
    Nice score , I seriously thought about buying this just for the parts but have to many projects on the go.
    that's my plan build a streetable rig. I'm thinking of removing the cage and drop a jeep body on the chassis, then cage

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    I have this buggy ORV green plated as well. I still need a tag made up with my new home built VIN#

    shopping for INSURANCE too....... i have my cars and house with Statefarm. They are willing to insure me......not sure how much.

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    nice find/score!
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    Nice score. but AFAIK, once something has been registered as green plated it can not be reverted. not sure if/how you might be able to get around that if you are rebuilding it with a tub that has a valid certification.
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    Nice score Bernie! Now the waiting game to use it! That bitch got a heater in it? Lol
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    I've personally drove this buggy a bit and I think it's pretty bad azz. You got yourself a pretty serious rig that should work good and take a beating. I bet you could get the trans shifting a lot better if you redesigned the goofy shifter linkage. Cool rig

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberlake View Post
    Nice score. but AFAIK, once something has been registered as green plated it can not be reverted. not sure if/how you might be able to get around that if you are rebuilding it with a tub that has a valid certification.

    easy.....move builder parts onto jeep blue plated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Nice score Bernie! Now the waiting game to use it! That bIitch got a heater in it? Lol
    it's alright I have a few things to do to keep me busy, including moving the seat forward and higher, plus redoing the cage.

    Bitch is gong to keep me WARM LOL

    I need you to school me how to drive 1 tons LOL. I'll even let you lead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by misfitmechanic View Post
    I've personally drove this buggy a bit and I think it's pretty bad azz. You got yourself a pretty serious rig that should work good and take a beating. I bet you could get the trans shifting a lot better if you redesigned the goofy shifter linkage. Cool rig

    Did you run it at Gopher dunes? I really don't like how hard reverse is, it's very stiff but again I think it's the linkage and it was very cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRIORITY 4 View Post
    OK I guess wheel it and find out. maybe start curling 40lb dumbell LOL
    Definitely shouldn't be that hard to shift - getting into first is a bit harder (no syncro), but that's it. Learned to drive in a Dodge with one.

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    No, I ran it a bit behind the previous owners place. It's got lots of balls and sounds awesome when you get on the throttle. I've looked at the shifter linkage before and think it could be improved with some new rod ends and maybe a tweak in geometry.

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    I sprayed all the linkage today which help considerably. I will be changing it for sure. I need to trim the shifter as well.

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    Roger that with throaty sound

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    Quote Originally Posted by PRIORITY 4 View Post
    I need you to school me how to drive 1 tons LOL. I'll even let you lead.
    Slap on 5 points, close eyes, punch it, and wait till broken or upside down! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Slap on 5 points, close eyes, punch it, and wait till broken or upside down! Lol
    This actually explains quite a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CTD NUT View Post
    This actually explains quite a lot.
    Yup, saves time having to climb back in


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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Slap on 5 points, close eyes, punch it, and wait till broken or upside down! Lol
    Don't listen to Curt point and shoot only
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