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Finally finished and it came out good. I know some will be concerned about the center of gravity and the rear overhang, we addressed this by telling all the people in the forward seats to think very low and heavy thoughts......so far so good. Also I was warned about the potential for wheelies, after 100+ miles it is with great saddness that I report not a single one......

Think you Phil, Dany, and Carlo! You guys are awesome, and thank you Alex for the nets and the hitch and thank you Todd for the seats after 2 people left us hanging.
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looks pretty cool....not for me, but definitely cool.
 

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You gotta put a "short bus" sticker on that beast! Nice work.

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Nice job on the conversion to a 6 seater. It's pretty cool to see people pushing the limits of the Maverick.
 

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Holy crap, that's a beast! You should fabricate a 4 seat trailer...then call it the "nuts to butts express" (side x side x side) :haha: j/k

Nice work by the way....
 

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I think its a pretty cool set up and nice job to man !

no its not a dune machine but a awesome trail rig !
 

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That's impressive. I would have never thought that could be pulled off so cleanly. You guys are real craftsmen!
 

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Looks good. How is the rear suspension with the extra weight in the back and the extra weight so far back?
 

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Surprisingly not bad at all. Still very neutral, if I hadn't driven it before I wouldn't have thought twice about it. Since I did I know that at the limit on the exit of a certain tight turn on the GP track in durhamtown there can be a tendency to want to lift the inside front or at least feel that way. Also on the muddy trails while going slow I had to steer with the throttle more. I am not sure if this was because of the mud or the weight or both. I will be calling you sometime about shock work and maybe we can tweak your package for the extra weight.

It's great to be able to throw everyone in it.

Do you have the female seat belt part of those window net?
Thanks again for them.
 

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Sweet ride man!
 

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Surprisingly not bad at all. Still very neutral, if I hadn't driven it before I wouldn't have thought twice about it. Since I did I know that at the limit on the exit of a certain tight turn on the GP track in durhamtown there can be a tendency to want to lift the inside front or at least feel that way. Also on the muddy trails while going slow I had to steer with the throttle more. I am not sure if this was because of the mud or the weight or both. I will be calling you sometime about shock work and maybe we can tweak your package for the extra weight.

It's great to be able to throw everyone in it.

Do you have the female seat belt part of those window net?
Thanks again for them.
I looked for them and couldn't find them. Let me look again. If not a may have a buddy that has them and ill see if i can get them from him.
 

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Very nice work. Might be OK in the winter time but the poor kids in the back seat are going to burn their butts. Everything we put in the luggage area of our xrs gets hotter than hades.
 
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