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#1 subawoohoo

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Posted 27 December 2003 - 06:39 PM

hey all, im beginning a project and i had a question that could use an answer. first off, the project. im planing on building a mini buggy/ORV. originally i was planing on using VW CVs as well as the hubs and bearing carriers. BUT since i dont want to upgrade VW parts to disk brakes, and subarus are very cheap and plentiful, would it be adviseable to use the same parts as intended, but off of a GL10 or any other subie with rear disk brakes. are the cvs equally strong/stronger than a VWs? does the travel abilities of each differ greatly or at all? any help greatly appriciated. thanx

tyler




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