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    Project Jeep Buggy

    Just thought I would share some pics of my project. I will be using the hood and windshield frame from a YJ, the 4.3l FI from my old blazer, 39.5 TrXus, dana44. The chassis is 1 3/4" DOM 120 wall.
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    thats some pretty sweet coping in pic three, is this based on the bruiser chassis?
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    Ya, what are you using for a notcher? My little one doesn't do that nice.

    And man I wish I had a mill sitting in my Garage!
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    I prefer to build it and not buy it, you see it, I probably made it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKMotorsports View Post
    Ya, what are you using for a notcher? My little one doesn't do that nice.

    And man I wish I had a mill sitting in my Garage!
    That milling machine IS my notcher!!lol

    Chassis design is something a chassis builder and myself came up with (he builds race cars for a living) so we'll see how it works. It's kind of a learning experiance for me, always wanted to do it.

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    I fiquired that.

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