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Old 01-13-2006, 05:24 PM   #1
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http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2227584/1

Heres my cardomain of the mazda truck my dad and I are making into an offroad buggy. Let me know what you think!
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Cool, I've always wanted to have a buggy made from an old pick up.I bet that'* going to be alot of fun.
The wife and I love off roading.
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That looks like it will be fun when you and dad are finished.
keep us updated as progress changes.
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Yeah this thing should be pretty fun when its done, its whats keepin us going. Weve got a 92 sidekick as well and weve got 235 75 15s on it. It does pretty well for being completely stock. Now each one of us will have something to drive. Ill keep adding updates as it progresses. Were going to weld the rear diff now so that should make it pretty slick in the mud.
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