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just saw this on pirate, dan dibble finally finished his 4 seat buggy. it is built for wet rocky trails out east becuase he is located in tenessee. here are the specs:
454 rat motor, th400, atlas 3, 2.5 ton rockwells, 44 inch cut boggers, 15 inch beadlocks, coilovers and 4 links.

BY FAR THE BADDEST 4 SEAT BUGGY ON THE BLOCK!!!!



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he forgot a tire... looks bad ass though

hmmmmmmmm rocks, must put rocks on dream bronco
 

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Ogeechee 4x4 said:
i'd just like to have the money he sunk into that thing :shrug
i would just like to know the cost of it period! rockwells arent too bad, about the same as a built 60, but the rest of it is a ton of money

and ya, he still hasnt cut the last bogger, his excuse was that he was finishing the rest of it!

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what is the point of "cutting" the swampers?
and by cutting does he mean siping?


oh yea its a sexy thing! :rockon
 

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Better traction, and no not siping...look at the driverside front...see the big lug little lug pattern?? Now look at the pass. front and drivers rear, he's cut out the little lugs leaving the big lugs and now they are spaced out more...Better self cleaning lugs in mud, and more bite on rocks...:thumbup (actualy if you look close the drivers side is partialy done)
 

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the use a tire groover and a lot of time most of the time. ive even seen people use a sawzall, and other crazy tools to do it, but a tire groover is most often used

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thats freakn bad ass....humm cutting the tires is interesting. would that be suggested on a daily driver?
 

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go to www.pirate4x4.com/forum, and do a search for cutting/grooving/or siping tires, there are TONS of threads about this, showing all kinds of designs.

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