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Yesterday 05:10 PM
Boojo35
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Originally Posted by Chrisnvegas View Post

I say, run anything you want on the road.
If someone is running an old Rupp minibike with no lights at night on the freeway and I mow them down with the F350, call the meat wagon. Lights are recommended. And the Rupp driver's widow owes me a new grill.
Yesterday 10:39 AM
Sprungover
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Originally Posted by Chrisnvegas View Post
Who makes the best quality front end parts? Ball joints, tie-rod ends, ect. I might as well use this time off work for something constructive.
I want the best, preferably made in North America.

From now on I'm making an effort to buy everything from North American. Either USA or Canada.
are spicer brand no longer the preferred BJs? I just picked up a complete 1995 4cyl dana 30 w/ 4.10s to replace the 3.07s in my '89 4.2 and was planning on replacing everything in it while it is out.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007N6OHI0...v_ov_lig_dp_it
04-05-2020 10:22 PM
Chrisnvegas
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That's friggin stupid. I don't know why the EPA is still around.
I can buy a new Honda Grom 125 and speed all over town. No airbags, no side door beams no center mount brake light.

I'm shocked the nannies haven't outlawed skiing yet. Strapping slick boards to your feet and sliding down a mountain... sound like it should be illegal to me.

The EPA is a scam. All worried about my little Jeep. Meanwhile, 25 747's are (normally) taking off, blowing god knows what out the back.
Small aircraft STILL use leaded fuel.
Go look it up if ya don't believe me.

And those virus-riddled petri-dishes (also known as cruise ships) burn heavy oil. Just Carnivals cruise ships pollute 10 times more than all the cars in Europe.
https://www.ft.com/content/8bceef94-...8-86cea8523dc2
04-05-2020 09:42 PM
Tophog1
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Originally Posted by Chrisnvegas View Post
BOB
Call me, I'm off for 10 days.
Gotcha.
04-05-2020 08:41 PM
Awesome That's friggin stupid. I don't know why the EPA is still around.
04-05-2020 08:05 PM
fishadventure
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Originally Posted by Awesome View Post
don't get how they aren't street legal. In many states, all you have to do to register it is put blinkers on it.
Because it is a new vehicle:
1) crash tests, airbags, and side impact protection
2) emissions white paper and epa cert
3) fuel mileage standards
04-05-2020 07:55 PM
Chrisnvegas BOB
Call me, I'm off for 10 days.
04-05-2020 06:15 PM
Chrisnvegas
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That's the thing though - you can make an ATV street legal in CA.
ATV's and UTV's are the exception in California. The nannies have decided that OHV's and black scary looking guns are bad.

Every other western state I know of does allow ATV's, UTV's, dune buggies and 5 horsepower minibikes are ok.
In Nevada, a $20 sticker is necessary.

Colorado was invaded by the Golden State nannies so they're f'ed as well.
Utah and Wyoming won't accept any other state registration so while visiting each of those, you'll have to buy their sticker.
04-05-2020 05:23 PM
Awesome
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Originally Posted by Chrisnvegas View Post
They are the same as ATV's.
So anywhere nannies run the state, sorry, SOL.

I say, run anything you want on the road.
If someone is running an old Rupp minibike with no lights at night on the freeway and I mow them down with the F350, call the meat wagon. Lights are recommended. And the Rupp driver's widow owes me a new grill.
That's the thing though - you can make an ATV street legal in CA.
04-05-2020 04:52 PM
shaggyjim That was the impression I got. Like a kit car if you put blinkers on you can drive it on the road, however they are scary slow so maybe not a great idea. Just looking at it I bet a titled CJ tub would set on it real nice.
04-05-2020 04:03 PM
Chrisnvegas
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Originally Posted by Awesome View Post
I don't get how they aren't street legal. In many states, all you have to do to register it is put blinkers on it.
They are the same as ATV's.
So anywhere nannies run the state, sorry, SOL.

I say, run anything you want on the road.
If someone is running an old Rupp minibike with no lights at night on the freeway and I mow them down with the F350, call the meat wagon. Lights are recommended. And the Rupp driver's widow owes me a new grill.
04-05-2020 01:56 PM
Awesome
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Originally Posted by Chrisnvegas View Post
No lockers according to the videos I've seen.
There's a bunch of Roxor vs. Razor videos out there.
They're kind of dumb because the comparison isn't very good.

They aren't street legal (in the supposed most "free" country)
I wonder if a new grill, some Jeep looking parts and an old Jeep VIN plate riveted in a strategic area might help.

Fiat (the Jeep embarrassment) is still trying to get it banned. Partially because they think they own the right to "round" headlights.
I had no idea the shape of headlights was so important. My Mustang has round headlights. BFD.
I don't get how they aren't street legal. In many states, all you have to do to register it is put blinkers on it.
04-05-2020 11:51 AM
Chrisnvegas
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Originally Posted by shaggyjim View Post
It’s a 7 stile door opening but it didn’t have the inner lip. The window doesn’t fold down and it looks like it would take a CJ grill. It has the turbo diesel and looked like truck bed lining in it. I wonder if it had a locker seeing how it’s made by a tractor company?
No lockers according to the videos I've seen.
There's a bunch of Roxor vs. Razor videos out there.
They're kind of dumb because the comparison isn't very good.

They aren't street legal (in the supposed most "free" country)
I wonder if a new grill, some Jeep looking parts and an old Jeep VIN plate riveted in a strategic area might help.

Fiat (the Jeep embarrassment) is still trying to get it banned. Partially because they think they own the right to "round" headlights.
I had no idea the shape of headlights was so important. My Mustang has round headlights. BFD.
04-05-2020 07:41 AM
shaggyjim It’s a 7 stile door opening but it didn’t have the inner lip. The window doesn’t fold down and it looks like it would take a CJ grill. It has the turbo diesel and looked like truck bed lining in it. I wonder if it had a locker seeing how it’s made by a tractor company?
04-04-2020 10:26 PM
Chrisnvegas My summer doors. So nice and light. Doors on for rain or wind blocking when freeway driving. Toss in the back when not needed..
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