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    New Project: ST2 NG - First Build
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    Hi, my name is Diego, Im from Colombia, and finally I have just started the construccion of my first buggy * . So here are some pictures of it, and also some pictures of my shop, that I build it for this project * . Hope you enjoy the pictures, and I will show the progress.
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    more pics. The next weekend I hope to start the welding of the frame *
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    Looks like a nice start,but how do you plan to get anything done with such a clean and organized shop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ultraman\";p=\"41907
    Looks like a nice start,but how do you plan to get anything done with such a clean and organized shop?
    It was clean only for the picture, jejeje *
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    Hi, I have not been able to advance a lot with the building of the buggy, was expecting the instalation of the power source to 220v. *Only to the next weekend I will be able to use the new welding machine that i bought, its a millermatic 180. *In the meantime I have armed the arms of the suspension.

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    ST2 NG - First Build
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    Well, here are some pics of the progress on my buggy.









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    Welcome to the site dfbello, what kind of motor are you planning to use.
    It's seem that your are ready to weld, I will suggest you to install the motor first and figure out if you will have enough room for it, the rear is pretty tigh, if you have any question feel free to ask.
    "Anything is possible, it's just matter of Time, Money "
    "Always think out of the box"
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    Quote Originally Posted by buggito\";p=\"51193
    Welcome to the site dfbello, what kind of motor are you planning to use.
    It's seem that your are ready to weld, I will suggest you to install the motor first and figure out if you will have enough room for it, the rear is pretty tigh, if you have any question feel free to ask.
    Thanks for the welcome. The engine that I have is a Renault R6 1000cc, but I have to see if it can fit into the frame, otherwise I have to search another engine. By the way I made the frame like 20 cm longer than in the plans, so lets see.
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    Progress on my project



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    Very interesting! Keep us posted. Looks good.
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