Re: Check out this dudes TJ-8 with 40\" treads
as with everyone else, I give him credit for the balls it took to start cutting that thing. And I like the idea of a TJ scrambler kinda thing, i think it's cool. now how he went about sitting those tires i don't necessarily agree with, and just "cutting and bending things to make them fit" really irks me. He's a good craftsman, but he will realize soon that he needs bigger axles, gears and what not. I also hope he didn't cut a brand new one, at least he could've gotten a '97 that need work or something, or a new rear end, and do that with no worries. Or if he was serious about it, he could get a '97 4 cylinder, with nothing, and start modifying that, prolly be cheaper. a nice 350 under the hood, a 4 or 6 inch suspension underneath, some flares, winch, lights, and I would really like it. Also, that death trap on wheels he's got in there has no rollbar as far as I can see. I seriously hope he's guessing that top speed, and hasn't tested it, because if that thing got that fast, it very well could get airborn, and he'd be dead. I don't even think a roll cage would help him at that speed. man, and lowering a vette? I am jealous of this dudes money, and crafting skills (If it was him doing it) but the way he goes about things, and lack of knowledge there of just leaves me with "Why?"
"Roads? Where we're going; we don't need...roads"