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Old August 26th, 2008, 05:48 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by 95geo View Post
there is more work into one joint on that truck then most people put into a whole cage.
AND most people build a cage to save their life if they roll, those trucks are built to fly, land, crash, roll, AND finish the race


so shame on you for wanting to try and build something on your own with a little help from others. pay someone to do it, cause thats the cool thing to do :)
mitered cages can look bad ass if you put some thought into it, and stronger joints=less cage, and less cage=less weight, EVEN if the joints weight more...

but im an engineer, and we dont know shit :)
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