By Eric G 2094 Date 2010-04-19 14:36 Edited 2010-04-19 14:40
these might be out of order, but you get the build, we modified the tail of this one to be able to access the carb and air filter easier on the trails, filling the old gas hole in the hood was a major ordeal, sand fill repeat...
By Eric G 2094 Date 2010-05-01 13:13
took it for a drive yesterday, needs a little work on the points yet, they were not firing at all when i first tried to get
it running, now its breaking up at cruise but whes ready to go!
By Jay H (X-20) (ManxVair CC) Date 2010-05-01 14:22
Nice job Eric. It makes you feel good to get out and drive the thing you've been working so hard on. Good to see another one saved.
By jim s 1837 Date 2010-05-01 16:46
Eric, I have a buggy almost like your silver one. Can you tell me what the weight is of the body alone?
By Eric G 2094 Date 2010-05-01 17:12
i never weighed it, 2 guys can lift it 3 can lift it easily
By Brian Date 2010-06-12 07:59
eric can you tell me what fuel tank you used
By Eric G 2094 Date 2010-06-12 12:41
the tank that was in it was for a side fill and it still had te hole in the middle of the hood, lotsa fillin and sanding, ive recently come across a center fill tank from a buggy i picked up on craigslist for $150 but its about a month to late. pics are reverse order from bottom to top
By Eric G 2094 Date 2010-09-01 00:50
unfortunatly the chassis the bee sits on was undercoated on the bottom side, when we started driving it, it started breaking in half! the front half of the pan is junk, the frame head is seperating from the napolean hat.
i picked another chassis up and this is what ive been working on. 16 guage diamond plate floor. 1x1 perimeter frame with a removable 1x2 chassis stiffener/body lift. the whole thing is gonna get rhino lined. its almost ready to bring the body over and put it on
By Eric G 2094 Date 2010-09-01 17:15
my youngest running the wire brush getting ready for more welding on the floors
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