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    Quote Originally Posted by Slitz View Post
    Oliver you are the man..live axle duealies are in high need especially here in the FL scene..if you dont mind me asking, who made the axle, and will he/them make more?
    "he" is working on it but running into some obstacles. I still need to test this and may use a 60 for more ultimate testing. I'd much rather snap or twist one of these drive shafts myself before they start going out for others.
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    So for those following the Ada quaduals I have on the red quad. Testing is going well on a reeded hk'd 60 with 8/64 gearing and also 9/56 gearing. These things grip the street crazy well.
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    It looks awesome Oliver.
    if just flat road "perfectly smooth "can a quad
    set up like yours flip proof?
    I haven't ever heard of one doing so in any situation and was curious.

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    Black Quad didnt make it. In fact, I may be trading off the frame for some work.

    The Red Quad is going to be the entry for me. This became extremely frustrating to build/finish but it is extremely fun to ride/race.
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    Hope he doesnt mind but there is a sneak peek of Aricks in here for a paired photo. He got some really good photos and of course his build came out top notch. I think he has a video from less than an hour after we shot our photos.

    We took the quads to go race after we shot photos and I had something come undone pretty bad. I was able to get it fixed after I got it back to the shop.
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    Sick guys. They going to PF14?

    You guys live in same town now?
    Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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    Never understood the need to have duallies up front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash_BeeZy View Post
    Never understood the need to have duallies up front.
    Strictly for looking bad as hell...

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    Sad to see the black quad go, it was an absolutely amazing build.

    With that said, the red quad is also beautiful. Amazing job Depog.

    Is that a 460 on there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash_BeeZy View Post
    Never understood the need to have duallies up front.
    After flipping a quad I was pretty much done and then someone said duallies helped with this so I'm back in. I have seen a huge improvement in handling and control with the duallies. I am a pretty big fan of the way the duallies look on all 4 corners as well.

    Have you ever flipped a quad?
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    Quote Originally Posted by depog revilo View Post
    After flipping a quad I was pretty much done and then someone said duallies helped with this so I'm back in. I have seen a huge improvement in handling and control with the duallies. I am a pretty big fan of the way the duallies look on all 4 corners as well.

    Have you ever flipped a quad?
    Nope.

    Plus I see it as unnecessary drag, Kinda defeats the purpose of the steering geometry the newer quads have.

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    Great looking quads Oliver & Arick, love the pictures.
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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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    I didn't understand the front duallies either, but if it's more stable, handles better and is less prone to flipping then any speed loss from the small amount of extra drag means nothing.

    It's too bad new dually aren't sold anymore.

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