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Author Topic: look what i found  (Read 396 times)

fabman72

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Re: look what i found
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2017, 09:06:24 AM »
Crazy project...by the way the bed looks stock length, so they shortened the frame/moved the rear spring mount points.  The dually flares also look stock so I'd assume they have the very unusual wide track rear axle, or they otherwise spaced out the rear wheels.

I bet it's a pulling monster.

If they wanted a Cat they could have just dressed up a Topkick/Kodiak but what fun would that be. ;)

Richard
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