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    Looks good, you have a great start. Can't wait to see how things progress.
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    Able to do some work on the buggy in the garage today. Added some bracing to the frame. Started work on the rear trailing arms and the brackets.



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    Spent some time working on the rear of the buggy over the weekend. Extended the rear about 20 inches to better accommodate the rear sprocket, CV axles and engine. As far as the rear set up, I'm going with the CV axles, same as Lug-Nuts and Wschilawski and some of the others. (Wanted to give credit to where it was due)Been looking on Ebay for some front and rear shocks as well. Still looking for a good set for a decent price. Rebuilt the front end a arm mounts as well. Had to spend an hour or so rebuilding the mounts as my tires were rubbing into the front corner of the buggy.
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    Just started reading your build thread. I'm glad to see that there's still some action on the Shredder II front. It's a shame that they went away, especially without any warning, but it will be fun to watch your progress.
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    Did some work on the front end over the weekend. Picked up some 18 inch snowmobile shocks. Tacked up the front shock mounts and put some tires on for clearance purposes. (I know the front tires are mounted in the wrong direction, just threw them on for mock up purposes). I'll try to get working on the back end over the next few days.


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    Haven't been able to work on the Buggy for the last 4 weeks or so. Finally able to get back to working on this. Picked these up for the rear shocks the other day. Came off a can-am renegade. Started work on the brackets to mount the S10 Hubs.

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    Worked on the buggy over the last few weeks. Got the trailing arms on, bearing carriers on. Working on hubs to attach s10 axles to 1-inch shaft. Keyway is taking some time to get finished. Need to modify the headers and work on the rear shock mounts. Able to get the engine mounted. Steering wheel and rack and pinion along with tie rod ends are coming in soon. Trying to figure out the electrical mess. Trying to figure out what parts I can take out from the wiring diagrams. If anyone has any input, feel free to add. Some forums say resistors need to be wired into some models, mostly the newer models, others say they did without. As I said, if anyone has ideas, feel free to share.





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    You've made some nice progress. Keep at it!!
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    I'd get the engine running with the complete harness and then remove the unwanted wires one by one, checking that it fires up after each wire removed.
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