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post #586 of 639 Old 11-28-2013, 03:38 PM Thread Starter
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Ok man sorry to here rhat
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if nothings breaking your not wheeling it hard enough
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post #588 of 639 Old 11-30-2013, 10:22 AM Thread Starter
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Me and a friend went out wheeling last night and I really am going to need a hydro assist. I'd go full hydro but idk if it would be able to be street driven. Butttt my girl is getting me a harbor freight pipe bender and I'm going to build an exo out of some sch40 pipe. Probably 1 1/2". For what I'm doing pipe will be strong enough. Or I may use 1 5/8" dom cuz it will fit the pipe die for the bender. I just want a cheap exo cage and I Wana practice bending. But I'm gonna build some sliders and a front bumper too and tie it all in. My friends going to build an exo for his toyota with it too.

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Hydro assist is plenty for your tires. It turns my locked 37s like I'm still on stock tires.

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Me and a friend went out wheeling last night and I really am going to need a hydro assist. I'd go full hydro but idk if it would be able to be street driven. Butttt my girl is getting me a harbor freight pipe bender and I'm going to build an exo out of some sch40 pipe. Probably 1 1/2". For what I'm doing pipe will be strong enough. Or I may use 1 5/8" dom cuz it will fit the pipe die for the bender. I just want a cheap exo cage and I Wana practice bending. But I'm gonna build some sliders and a front bumper too and tie it all in. My friends going to build an exo for his toyota with it too.
I'd rather bend pipe using my forehead than a harbor freight bender.
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post #591 of 639 Old 11-30-2013, 02:56 PM Thread Starter
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I'd rather bend pipe using my forehead than a harbor freight bender.
Lmao they aren't bad for pipe because the dies fit properly.

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post #592 of 639 Old 11-30-2013, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
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Hydro assist is plenty for your tires. It turns my locked 37s like I'm still on stock tires.
Yea I'm welded up front on 37s and it's just a ***** to turn unless I'm moving. Either way I can't make tight turns anymore which sucks but the traction Is worth it. Can you post a pic of your front setup?

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So you can't make right turns? That would suck balls here where I'm from! I make all right turns just to avoid crossing traffic.
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Yea I'm welded up front on 37s and it's just a ***** to turn unless I'm moving. Either way I can't make tight turns anymore which sucks but the traction Is worth it. Can you post a pic of your front setup?

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That's pure sexiness! Just pure 100%, in your face steering right there!
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So you can't make right turns? That would suck balls here where I'm from! I make all right turns just to avoid crossing traffic.
No I can make right turns lol. I said tight turns. And when I unlock the front hubs I can turn fine

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Oh no tight turns! That makes way more sense
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Lmao they aren't bad for pipe because the dies fit properly.
lol I guess you did say schedule 40. I've heard they don't like 90's. Acutally, I know for a fact. I have one, but a dude is buying it from me next week.
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Oh no tight turns! That makes way more sense
Haha yea it's alright.

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lol I guess you did say schedule 40. I've heard they don't like 90's. Acutally, I know for a fact. I have one, but a dude is buying it from me next week.
Yea but I'll have minimal 90s in my cage. I think lol. I honestly don't have a true plan yet other than the front end and rock sliders. I'm going to keep it simple though

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