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Iron Duck Fab #8 my buggy build

Jduck

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Finally getting started on the interior

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mdo817

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Re: Re: Iron Duck Fab #8 my buggy build

Stuntman Autoworks said:
I just noticed but why right hand drive? And where did the big foot pedal go?
Phone is playing tricks, it's not rightside drive

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grcthird

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Re: Re: Iron Duck Fab #8 my buggy build

mdo817 said:
Phone is playing tricks, it's not rightside drive

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So if the picture is backwards, the gas pedal would be on the left, as in have to use your left foot? I'm confused.

I really dig this buggy, super cool chassis.
 

Stuntman Autoworks

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Jduck said:
Finally getting started on the interior

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mdo817 said:
Phone is playing tricks, it's not rightside drive

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I'm pretty sure I'm looking at this picture right. Door bars are on the right trans tunnel is on the left, gas on the right and brake on the left. Looks righthand drive to me.

Nothing wrong with righthand drive just wondering why he chose to do it.
 

ranger11

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Re: Re: Iron Duck Fab #8 my buggy build

Stuntman Autoworks said:
I'm pretty sure I'm looking at this picture right. Door bars are on the right trans tunnel is on the left, gas on the right and brake on the left. Looks righthand drive to me.

Nothing wrong with righthand drive just wondering why he chose to do it.
I think he responded in there. Why he went rhd.

http://www.hardlinecrawlers.com/forums/index.php?topic=58598.0

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Robbiem

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All I know is he said more panties would drop like this so I went with it. Supposed to be more room for activities or whatever.

Big gas pedal is still there it just clamps to the other one

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vogelj

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Build is looking sweet! Do you have any concern about the fans being so close to the fuel cell?
 

Jduck

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vogelj said:
Build is looking sweet! Do you have any concern about the fans being so close to the fuel cell?

A little, just have to see how it does. Had really good luck with the thin stick on heat shiel on floors beside headers so worst case end up putting it on the side of fuel cell.

Got a couple things done recently, front/rear bumps mounted, limit straps, disconnects on the engine cage, rear sway bar. List is getting much smaller

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wizzo

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vogelj said:
Build is looking sweet! Do you have any concern about the fans being so close to the fuel cell?

With that style fuel cell, steel can with plastic cell inside, there is a decent amount of air gap. I run that style with radiator fan blowing directly on it. It will not heat up the fuel like all aluminum cells do.
 

Robbiem

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Some supercool mounts for a bag and a box of cheese.

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CHASMAN9

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Damn that thing is sexy and your work is outstanding!!! My only change would be to have the front shocks hooped up and a little more outboard, that might allow for triples at a later date. Just my "peebrain" thinking. Keep up the great work...




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