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    Originally posted by MuddMachine
    Dave, you bastid, you remembered, lol.
    I always remember...
    I might kick my own ass one day
    Now that I'd like to see!
    385/850 -- dynamically diesel

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    Ahhh..... the trailness pic again.

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    Alright I havent gotten out this summer. Ive been busy. Wise guy.



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    Originally posted by nfc


    cool picture! i didn t know you Suzuki guys could do wheelies!
    HA! thats full airtime, and a photographer who clicks too damn quick! either that or the Nitrous assisted V8 is finally finished

    If I can't fly it, I won't buy it
    Taste the High Speed Dirt!
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    Originally posted by Diesel Samurai
    Alright I havent gotten out this summer. Ive been busy. Wise guy.



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    Just givin ya the gears, TB.....

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    I know I know. I deserve it I guess. Well I'm going up to 404 axles and 46" michelins! Gonna put a 404 front in the rear too, get some boddy steering back there.


    Oh, ya and a coil suspension too. Wish me luck.....



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    what are you doing with your old axles/suspension system/tires?
    95 Vmax, Bigbore approaching 275hp
    01 R1 9.85 in the .25M


    81 yota pickup, rusty frame gotta go for SALE

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    Selling them. Havent figured on a price yet. Gooid stuff wiith very low miles.


    1984 toyota front axle with longfields, high pinion third member, 5.29 gears, ARB, vented disks with four pistion four runner calipers, All pro diff guard. All new bearings and install kits.

    1983 Toyota rear end with V6 third member, 5.29 gears, ARB, Front range off road full floater with 4140 chromeoly axles, All pro diff guard, disk brakes and calipers, new bearings and install kits.

    42x15x15 swampers on Marsh racing 36 bolt bead locks. Less than 500 miles on everything.



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    x's rule!!!

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    here's a few of my truck full air time here


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    88.5 samurai toy axles, 35's, v6 4.56's, cj's in rear rears up front, sky high steer, rci buckets, 4to1 tcase, bangin stereo, rocklights, offroad lights,custom bumpers, cb and PA and 1.6 16v conversion done

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    torn apart, try try again.

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    Not that you haven't seen this yet, but I want to be a picture whore like the rest of you!

    Maybe in a couple weeks I might even have some pics of it wheeling!!!!!!!!!!!
    385/850 -- dynamically diesel

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    Originally posted by chevyguybc


    what trail is that? directions plz from pitt meadows,bc area


    Get on the Trans- Canada (hwy 1) and drive for at least 30 hours straight, then you might be in the right area of the Country. Muddmachine is in Ontario.
    Sorry I couldn't resist... Tehy do have some pretty cool looking trails though...
    385/850 -- dynamically diesel

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    Originally posted by Shogunator




    Get on the Trans- Canada (hwy 1) and drive for at least 30 hours straight, then you might be in the right area of the Country. Muddmachine is in Ontario.
    Sorry I couldn't resist... Tehy do have some pretty cool looking trails though...
    LOL, correct Dave. Actually drive about 48 hours on the trans-can till you come to hwy 508, 1 hour before ottowa, turn right till you hit the damn and follow the road till the campground. You'll find 50 - 75 zooks there for july 1st long weekend. For more pics of these trails check out the "suzican.ca" website.

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    who can post my pics for me
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