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Old 01-20-2008, 10:10 PM
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a mini truck is mainly small to mid size pick up truck or suv
that has completely modified suspension for a low profile ride hight
and fit the biggest possible wheels,similar to low riding, hot rodding ect.
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You have to know what Blaine's talking about, Steve.... maybe not by that name, but you know.....




Heck, down here in the south we call them there things "speed bumps"........



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Quote[/b] (pmblair @ Jan. 21 2008,1:04)]You have to know what Blaine's talking about, Steve.... *maybe not by that name, but you know.....




Heck, down here in the south we call them there things "speed bumps"........



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THATS WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT PATRICK! Trucks where made to be in the air, not on the ground! If I wanted to ride around sitten on the ground I'd buy a skate board!

Naw Seriously its cool Blaine if you like the low riders. Build those things untill your Blue in the face. Cool hobby, my Youngest Brother builds those Hydraulic cars and Tangs (Rod/Strip)
They just arent for me, Now you take a car crushing MONSTER now we're talking! All that V-8 American Made Power ORORORORORO! kinda like Tim Allen thing there for the Drama. LOL

In my picture I'm about 6' and you see where the door and top of the cab is in relation to me standing next to it.
Trucks should be like the cheep seats or nose bleed section of a ball park, HIGH IN THE AIR!

Good luck with your project truck, can't wait to see pictures of before and after.
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I never really heard of mini trucks like this before. I know low riders and all that, so I can't wait to see what Blaine has created.

I have seen some shows on creating lowriders before and it's amazing how much engineering is put into getting them low! Quite a technical skill to do that.

I have always loved Bigfoot! That truck has always been just enthralling to me. I'd love to have an open field and a lifted truck to race around in LOL. It would probably cost way to much to build and maintain that I would probably enjoy a smaller dune buggy to mud bog around or even a quad
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Quote[/b] ]Cool hobby, my Youngest Brother builds those Hydraulic cars
So do I.
Heres pictures of my '63 Impala and my Cadillac.
The Impala has air ride and the Cadillac has hydraulics.
The pics are kind of bad because they were taken with a cell phone.






Cadillac put away for the winter-
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That is awesome!

Can you imagine altering a mower with chrome rims and some kind of air suspension? Maybe use it for public events like parades! Or at car shows!

I bet you would get a ton of press!
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that would be pretty cool. I never thought about doing that to a mower.
I have seen it done to quads before though. Without the air ride

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What if you made custom chrome rims for your mower and found others wanted them as well. You could be selling chrome rims to other lawn care business owners!
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Quote[/b] (Team Gopher @ Jan. 21 2008,9:50)]What if you made custom chrome rims for your mower and found others wanted them as well. You could be selling chrome rims to other lawn care business owners!
Here you go Steve for your viewing pleasure!



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That looks like a blast! How fast do they go?
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