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lol.

Yeah man, Im not giving him shit - that's an ill project. It would be fun to know the guy.
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Old 12-14-2009, 08:09 PM [H]ard|On is offline  
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Here is what I got from the guys channel:

rhauf1 (13 hours ago)
Sorry guys, I removed the video by request of the owner/builder of the chain-link. He was concerned about it creating a bad image for the offroad community. I will be making a couple more videos of it soon though, one of how it works (a walk around), and another of it on a rock course (or something similar) so stay tuned.

If he does post new videos i'll put em in here
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New video is up since the original one was taken down.
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lol that thing is just.. weird


I'd still rock an old fashioned buggy with 44s

Maybe an electric one
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man theres some serious engineering in that thing. Very cool.
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it would have to be pretty severely modified to qualify imho, otherwise it's still just a truck. Truggy isnt a real word so avalanche uses correct terminology. the way I used it I also believe is correct - we all understood each other so let's not nitpick the line..

a modded jeep is still a jeep and the above picture could easily be called "Brian's toyota truck" but i have heard plenty of people call avalanche's creations "truggies" - gonna have to say there simply isn't a right or wrong here

Buggy - full custom chassis and body panels, no OEM parts used as a base chassis or body (or very little parts, ie: firewall). Doesn't necessarily resemble any particular vehicle or may slightly resemble a style (Jeep, FJ, Bronco, etc)

Truggy - starts life as a truck, but is heavily modified enough that the majority of the vehicle has a custom chassis/body. A lot of people reuse truck bodies for the closing doors/cab area, but throw a custom frame, or bob the original frame and do a tube back half. Some take the bed sides and make a bobbed bed, etc. The Toyo you posted certainly would be a truggy.

Juggy - same concept as a truggy but utilizing a jeep body.
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That is amazing. Very cool.
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