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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyg View Post
    The shift forward will be good for weight distribution anyway. It is never fun cutting up your hard work and having to redo it all but we have all been there.

    Thanks for the ongoing build. I'm enjoying it.
    No it is no fun, but you are right and this is what gave me a lot of motivation, it was actually a very good thing for the buggy, I appreciate the suppport, thanks
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    FIRST run of the buggy !!!

    Also fixing some things before the run

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    Part seven is out!! Wrapping the exhaust and installing the custom fuel tank

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    Keep an eye over time on your fuel tank straps where the bolt goes through them. Vibrations could cause cracks to start. Odds are they will be fine but still worth keeping an eye on it.

    Otherwise. Awesome!
    All dressed up and waiting for the beer to arrive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyg View Post
    Keep an eye over time on your fuel tank straps where the bolt goes through them. Vibrations could cause cracks to start. Odds are they will be fine but still worth keeping an eye on it.

    Otherwise. Awesome!
    Thanks for the tips, might try to make them a bit stronger at this place with a washer! Will keep a eye on it!
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    Part eight is out, troubleshooting a problem with the engine and rippin' it

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    That is dead set epic! What a top little buggy. Well done!
    All dressed up and waiting for the beer to arrive.
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    Looks nice. Did you have experience with the Chevy Cobalt car before this to know thats what you wanted to use for you differential and drive shafts? Are you worried about debris getting into the spider gears of the differential?
    Looking forward to part 9.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyg View Post
    That is dead set epic! What a top little buggy. Well done!
    Thanks Jimmy


    Quote Originally Posted by XJZ33 View Post
    Looks nice. Did you have experience with the Chevy Cobalt car before this to know thats what you wanted to use for you differential and drive shafts? Are you worried about debris getting into the spider gears of the differential?
    Looking forward to part 9.
    No experience at all, I just knew that they were using bolt-in bearing instead of press fit. So I checked the spec on rockauto.com of the differential bearing size to see if it's a standard size and it was! I need to get this on video but I am not worried at all because I welded all up, so no more "diff function", more like a axle now
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