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    Modified ST2 Buggy - Rolling Chassis
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    This buggy is based off of the Badland Buggy ST2 design. I started this project many years ago and it has just been sitting around in my brother's garage while I traveled around for work. The steering rack bracket is currently just a temporary one that is tacked on to help you roll it around. Other than that, what you see is what you get - Including the Mastercraft Pro Seat with lumbar support.


    I now have an R1 powered RZR that I built, so I have no need for this project.


    Located in Plainfield, IL - 60586.
    Local pick-up or buyer to arrange shipping from my brother's house. I'm just trying to clean up my stuff out of his garage so he can finally put his stuff in there.

    $1,300 OBO - No trades please.


    PM if you're interested.
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    I hate Canada... you can't find deals like this anywhere! the shocks and seat would cost 1300 here...
    Though, other than that, Canada's pretty preem
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    WOW! Great deal. Good luck.
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    Anybody?
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    If I was anywhere near you i wouldve already bought it...
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    Man if this was closer to me in phoenix ( where I could pick it up with out shipping) and 2 months from now I could and would totally buy this.
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    What all did you modify on it? Also, have you mounted an engine or anything in it yet? Is the frame and everything fully welded?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mx450rider View Post
    What all did you modify on it? Also, have you mounted an engine or anything in it yet? Is the frame and everything fully welded?
    Essentially, the only things modified are the lengths of the a-arms (I believe +4" per side) and the shock mounting locations. The carrier in the rear has also been widened.

    Everything is fully welded, except for the mount for the steering rack.

    I built mounts to accept a Yamaha R1 engine, and I had my 2002 R1 motor mounted in it for a while...that's when I realized I wouldn't have enough space to fit the proper sized rear sprocket.
    I had a 5 gallon spun aluminum tank that used to be mounted, and all the elctrical was completed. The motor fired up, but like I mentioned before, I didn't have the space for the correct size rear sprocket, and because I built it without having much prior knowledge, I also realized that the driveline couldn't handle that amount of power. No chain was ever installed, and the buggy was dismantled to how it sits now.

    The 2002 R1 motor is currently in my 2008 Polaris RZR that I built.
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    Ttt
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