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Chattanooga Whiskey Buggy Refresh

waggener1

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You may be able to buy pre-made heat shrink tubing but I have a specific label maker for those. All those ends have regular black adhesive lined heat shrink, yellow labeled heat shrink and then a clear heat shrink over it all.

I'm sure there are other brands out there but the brand label maker I use is DYMO.


Wow! I never would've guessed there was three layers of heat shink on each terminal. Thanks for sharing the information.
 

jrhall

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Glad to see this ole unit nice and shiny again! I'm eventually catch up with Andrew in Chattanooga and punish my liver.
 

redneckengineered

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onepieceatatime

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If there was ever a competition for baddest "trail" buggy I think this thing would have to win. Never seen it in person but it just seems like it has everything you would want in a buggy that you want to take out for a weekend.
 

redneckengineered

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If there was ever a competition for baddest "trail" buggy I think this thing would have to win. Never seen it in person but it just seems like it has everything you would want in a buggy that you want to take out for a weekend.

I really appreciate that because that has been my goal for the build since day 1. At this point there isn't anything I would change. It checks all the boxes for me. I love it.
 

CHASMAN9

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Glad to hear it's all you want and a little more Andrew. What is your wheelbase? Now that I've got one as well, it's 115", I'm trying to compare it with another to see if it's the magic number. My old buggy was 119" and I could control it pretty well, so this is a bit shorter and reacts differently. Any hints? Thanks and hope we can run these together sometime.
 

redneckengineered

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Buggy is working better than ever :spin:
 

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