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Snapped some pics of Summer last night.

 

Since you saw it last it now has;

 

a roof,

a floor,

front seats,

clearance lights up top for that Hummer look,

driving lights up top for true "high beams",

my old luggage rack runners,

a blower to go with the heater core,

and one tail light!

 

Buggy pics

 

Could fire it up anytime:D But I'm going to Moab!:banana: so it won't happen this weekend.

Shuuuuuuuu! DON'T Tell Summer!

 

Glenn

82 Summer, almost done!

01 Forester, done!

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Morning Glenn....

 

She's Looking good........I won't tell......

 

She will get her chance there soon enough......:)

 

Later, your Bud in Oregon......

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that is sweet! where did you get the rims made. i might go atv style on my new scoob. of course they will be on the car and not a custom buggy.

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Iluvdrt,

 

Rims were made by Trudesign in Colorado. I have rim pics in the reader ride section of the board.

 

Let me know if you want to order some, I may order a spare some day.....

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I paid $80/rim......made however I wanted them!

 

They turned out to be 12" high 9" wide with a offset I can't recall but can measure.

 

That will allow you to have the most aggressive tires possible. I found some with 2" lugs. The ones I got were Dirt Devil XT's. You can loose a quarter in the tread depth. These lugs are DEEP!

 

25X12X12, 26X12X12, 27X12X12 or 28X12X12. I went with 26" to keep my gear ratio as close as possible.

 

Glenn,

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I have been looking for weeks on how this is done. I'm in the US Navy and getting ready to retire, the STALKER by Rhino Buggies is my dream off road vehicle. I love the stance with the 12x12 rims but was afraid I would have to settle for the 15"s. Glad to see there is someone I can ask questions once I get my plans and get started.

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