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    SII with CB750
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    It's about time I start my build. I'm working on a Shredder II very similar to what Lug-Nuts did. I'll be extending the trailing arms a good foot and other modificaitions here and there.

    I've been working on the motor for the most part. Still have to blast the heads to get ready for paint.

    http://i1162.photobucket.com/albums/...ps9bea9388.jpg

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    wsch - instead of url linking (icon with the chain link) the photos you have in photobucket, use the image link (looks like an envelope with a mountain on it) and the photos will show up in your post. Hit the edit button and check out the difference between the link code (your link above) and the pic code

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    Welcome to the site, btw.
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    Another Shredder 2 build can't wait to see more pics. I am getting closer to finishing mine getting down to the little things you can check out my build thread here https://www.minibuggy.net/forum/proje...edder-2-a.html

    Again Can't wait to see more!

    Also welcome to the site
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    How's that?

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    and thanks for the welcome! - I'll slowly be collecting parts but I'm hoping to have the frame done by fall along with a running motor.

    For you Shredder folks, anything I should watch out for?
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    If I was to do it again I would make the seating area bigger both length and width for 2 people.
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    Got a little masking done last night - hoping to paint some this weekend.
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    Yep, at least 6" longer and wider in the seat area. That would make a big difference.

    You would have to widen the front A-arm mount (bumper) or the a-arms, so your wheels can turn. My wheels hit when turned hard over. Dont forget that.

    Cant wait to see the build!

    cool power plant!
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    I'll probably be looking at doing the +6" all around but I won't know until I start putting things together.

    Made a little progress with the motor:


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    Thats a cool motor!

    I like it
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