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rocky4by
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Last Activity: 09-17-2022, 09:09 PM
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  • I believe it's designed like they are because of how many ways they take an impact while racing and in a crash. There not light any more, 5800 lbs maybe a bit more or less. There holding 70 to 100 gal of fuel now and getting about 2 mpg
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  • Thanks for all the great replies, lots of good help and information here. I passed on the first chassis I posted about, just many ? with it and being 1.75 tubing it would also be hard for me to get it Score tagged. Anything over 4000# has to be 2 inch now, so I believe we're going with this...
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  • Thanks for the replies. I know I should pass, but it is the right price as long as it would clean up and still be safe. New chassis are 2" now and are around 80/ 100k I can get this on for about 1/4 of that. Being 4130 it worries me what kind of heat its been zapped with. Attached is a photo...
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  • rocky4by
    started a topic Poorly done welds, advise please

    Poorly done welds, advise please

    I'm interested in this offroad racing chassis, but the welds are pretty poorly done. It's all 4130 tubing, some tig welding and some looks mig welded, if you zoom in on some of the welds you can get an idea of what they look like. The photo that is the brightest, on the far right post coming down...
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