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    TRQ Build

    I picked up a TRQ on CL a few weeks ago no more than a few hours surpassed before it was disassembled and ready to be chemically dipped. Well I just picked it up from the powder coaters and couldn't be happier. There most certainly is a lack of TRQ threads and perhaps this would be benificial to those that have one as well.
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    Nice, can't wait to see how this turns out.

    So your wife makes you sell the gsr40 then you go buy a trq lmao that's funny stuff right there.

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    did you enter into the quad build?

    Can I add you to the competition if you haven't yet?

    Looks great!!!!!

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    Very nice , looking forward to seeing th ebuild completed.
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    There's a list? Wow that means Arick dodge was first and NIZ was second. Good to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedguy View Post
    You sell the gsr40 then you go buy a trq lmao that's funny stuff right there.
    The TR was significantly cheaper and everyone can use it.

    Arick I have not entered into the build. I do not plan on any fabrication for this quad. A pipe and hydraulic brakes should be suffice. Not very unique other than it is not green or satin black.

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    Nice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Azstatepolice View Post
    The TR was significantly cheaper and everyone can use it.

    Arick I have not entered into the build. I do not plan on any fabrication for this quad. A pipe and hydraulic brakes should be suffice. Not very unique other than it is not green or satin black.
    You don't have to go crazy with it to be in the build off.......I personally would love to see you join in! Up to you though!

    I love it!

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    I definately think it is worth it to join since the build off is a "no entry fee, bragging rights" build comp.

    And this thing looks pretty awesome so far.
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    Damn Texan

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    I've been waiting for someone to do one of these with slicks on it lol

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    I agree, this TRQ should definitely be apart of this buildoff!!

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    Sounds fair enough. Ill sign up.
    Im quickly finding out that a lot of the parts I have for it do not fit. Subsequently I am going to have to do a little more work than I originally anticipated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azstatepolice View Post
    Sounds fair enough. Ill sign up.
    Im quickly finding out that a lot of the parts I have for it do not fit. Subsequently I am going to have to do a little more work than I originally anticipated.
    Awesome! Ill put you into the quad build-off list and include your picture so you'll be fully entered!

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    To those of you with live axle quads. Do your axles spin effortlessly or does there seem to be some resistance?
    I installed new axle bearings and axle, it is now difficult to spin. I believe this is because PMW did not cut the axle tube square and/or welding wrapped it slightly. Now with the bearings seated that are slightly off square. Even if off 1 degree at a span of 32" this equates to the axles inside the bearings being off by .5" on the other end. This in turn makes the axle difficult to turn with the odd angular axial load. If everyone else's spins just like that of a wheel, I'll pull it back apart.

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    Mine takes some effort to spin as well sir.

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    Mine is pretty smooth but there's a little resistance.

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