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    cb750 powered buggy
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    hey guys just started a build using a cb750 power plant starting to collect pieces and do my research chassis being built out of a old rocket chassis dirt car that will be shortend and narrowed think of using parts of a lt250r front end i have laying around i will post pictures later of what i got going so far. Loooking foward to every ones insight and help
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    Strated the ruff ruff mock up still got alot of clean up to do on this old chassis and alot to add also got my vw golf hubs and axels for my center carrier
    Last edited by mikeymixta; 03-31-2010 at 06:30 PM.
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    i know it looks a mess now but thats what having a friend who is like the jack of all trades is for. that quad front end is also not gonna be in there just using the a arms off of it. got some parts for my 750 motor to. Figured out that the buggy will be 4 inches shy of four feet wide and a little under 8ft total length. have faith though.
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    Looks good!

    Not afraid that it will be to heavy? The tubing seems so thick and heavy??

    Good luck and keep on posting pic's
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    actually no that tubbing isnt heavy i can pick the the main part up over my head with no problem
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