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Old 02-03-2012, 01:38 PM
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Which wrap company is that on the Kortz buggy?

It looks sick.
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Old 02-03-2012, 03:44 PM
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Which wrap company is that on the Kortz buggy?

It looks sick.
818 designs!

http://818designs.net/
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This thread made me buy another a8 buggy.

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[QUOTE=KThatcher;10274161]818 designs!


Had a look, site not quite up and running yet. Shame, was keen to check them out.
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I'm just hoping that because we're closer to the factory here in Australia, I'll have mine first
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Old 02-07-2012, 06:54 AM
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Agama A8T Truggy front arms. They have metal bushing in them, so the hinge pin falls right through with no reaming.
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Agama A8T Truggy front arms. They have metal bushing in them, so the hinge pin falls right through with no reaming.
You have my address lol....
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Gene, is anyone test driving the truggy yet? It would be awesome to have the Manual include a good set-up
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I wonder if those aluminum hubs are stock parts and not optional parts?
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Gene, is anyone test driving the truggy yet? It would be awesome to have the Manual include a good set-up
I started building mine last night. They went out to the team guys world wide last week, so I am sure someone has drivien it by now. I will put my recommended setup with it.

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Just send it here to Kansas. I'll build it and test it for you. Muuuuwahaha.
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Old 02-07-2012, 11:22 PM
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Front end done.
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Old 02-07-2012, 11:23 PM
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chassis almost done!
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They made a 48 and 49t spur gear with a 13t bell. chassis is sloted for the larger gear.
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Are those aluminum sway bar holders on front of the diff case?

Does the truck come with the aluminum shock standoffs?

Also are the spindles you have on the stock degree, or increased caster?
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