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    Race truck 4653

    Here is my rock crawler pretending to be a race truck.
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    This is the current state of the truck.
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    #2
    well, condensed that build thread down pretty far!


    Up is difficult, down is dangerous

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      #3
      Originally posted by Provience View Post
      well, condensed that build thread down pretty far!
      LOL true, here is a photo dump from the old pirate.
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          #5
          Glad this thread made it over, one of my favorites

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                      #11
                      Hows the axle housings holding up? Figured they would go by now

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by ArmyTaco View Post
                        Hows the axle housings holding up? Figured they would go by now

                        The axle housing is still straight and the old Dirty30 birfields and shafts have no issues.

                        I got some parts today.
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                          #13

                          Did you build the entire cage without a bender? Doesn't look too bad, I am thinking about doing the same.

                          Also, are you running a doubler? Doug from Ultra 4 tech told me that you couldn't run a doubler in 4600. Were you told differently, or are you just not planning on getting on the podium?

                          I am not trying to be a rule Nazi, it is just the whole no doubler thing took me by surprise since I have read a few 4600 builds (all Toyotas now that I think of it) with doublers, and I am not sure if it is a recent change, or just a rule people were ignoring since they only check you for class compliance if you are a top finisher.

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                            #14
                            Yep, no bends in the cage and dual Toyota transfer cases.

                            This is from the 4600 class rules regarding transfer case.

                            3.5 TRANSFER-CASE 3.5.1 Any and all transfer-cases are permitted, providing they meet all the additional rules and regulations specified herein.

                            These are the overall Ultra4 rules about transfer cases.

                            2.9 TRANSFER-CASE
                            2.9.1 Transfer case shall be free of leaks. See Section 9.3.5 ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY for more information and rules related to environmental concerns and considerations.
                            2.9.2 Transfer case vents shall run to a fluid containment system. See Section 9.3.5 ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY for more information and rules related to environmental concerns and considerations.
                            2.9.3 All vehicles must be capable of transmitting power to all four wheels/tires, and must be equipped with a functioning low range. Low range is defined as a gear ratio that is lower (numerically higher) than 1:1.

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