The Ultimate Trail Bouncer Build

slravenel

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2- I had a bouncer that I hit trails with and it never was shifted into high range. I can see that being useful for out West or maybe at a big park like Windrock but not for most parks on the East Coast. I wouldn't trust an Atlas with 850hp either.
what about front digs? rear digs? you know... trail buggy stuff
 

bbone

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Can you share some details on the overhead fans? Mount and how they are directed? How functional are they with helmets ?
 

slravenel

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Uhm.... i pretty sure y'all over there coined the phrase "i cant do front digs i have an atlas " hahhahahaha
lol whatchoo talkin bout Willis?


People that can’t do front digs should just go overlanding. Change my mind. :dunno:
 

POR

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lol whatchoo talkin bout Willis?


People that can’t do front digs should just go overlanding. Change my mind. :dunno:
Lol... go out to your local trails and start telling people to front burn.. they'll look at you crazy and then follow up with i can't front burn i have an atlas hahahaha.. its a thing.. seriously.. lol
 

money_pit_yj

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I never said it was egotistic to be excited about what you do. I said it’s egotistic to claim everything you do is the best that’s ever been done.

Negativity? This is Hardline, you should have some idea what to expect here.

Don’t mistake my comments on your “brand” for concern.
It is marketing. Crating excitement about their work. We live in a click bait society. If you are going to feed all the families of the guys working for you, marketing is neccesary. Not to mention the fact that it probably makes the customer feel good to hear he has the baddest trail bouncer ever built
Just ok is not ok.

In your signature you have "trailing arms galore" why be egotistical and not just say "trailing arms"? Do you have the best trailing arms ever? Are yours better than everyone elses? :dunno:
 

slravenel

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Lol... go out to your local trails and start telling people to front burn.. they'll look at you crazy and then follow up with i can't front burn i have an atlas hahahaha.. its a thing.. seriously.. lol
Is there something wrong with you?

haha right? I have not one time ever heard someone say that, and every one i wheel with can 1) do front digs and 2) uses them all the time... where were you wheeling where you established that to be a thing?
 
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TBItoy

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Lol... go out to your local trails and start telling people to front burn.. they'll look at you crazy and then follow up with i can't front burn i have an atlas hahahaha.. its a thing.. seriously.. lol
maybe they meant “I don’t have an Atlas”...

I will say that I have maybe/possibly never seen anyone use a front dig while trail riding besides doing a front burn smoke show on a slab rock.
 

POR

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haha right? I have not one time ever heard someone say that, and every one i wheel with can 1) do front digs and 2) uses them all the time... where were you wheeling where you established that to be a thing?
Tennessee and everyone I've ever met from the south hahaha
 
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redneckengineered

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maybe they meant “I don’t have an Atlas”...

I will say that I have maybe/possibly never seen anyone use a front dig while trail riding besides doing a front burn smoke show on a slab rock.
I rode AOP last weekend and probably used front dig 10 times. Once you get used to having it, you use it all the time. I would hate not having it. 10" ram and front dig and I can turn my big ass buggy on a dime.
 

slravenel

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maybe they meant “I don’t have an Atlas”...

I will say that I have maybe/possibly never seen anyone use a front dig while trail riding besides doing a front burn smoke show on a slab rock.
Tennessee and everyone I've ever met from the south hahaha
sounds like you rode with some mouthbreathers :rolf:

I use front (and rear) digs all the time...like Andrew, at least 10+ times per trip. Its insanely useful for maneuvering on the trails and getting on obstacles where you want to be vs just pulling up to the bottom, kissing your sister, and standing on the gas with your eyes closed. Hell, I pretty much exclusively go down steep obstacles and hills in FWD only. Once you do that and get used to it, its crazy how much better the buggy will perform.

Jokes aside, I know not everyone has it...and not everyone needs it, but an ultimate trail rig will 100% have that ability.
 

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