General Tech Cory's single seat selfish buggy

YROC FAB.

BUGGY TIME
Location
Richfield, UT.
Finally had a chance to try the windshield out today. When i was having the glass installed my radiator sprung a leak. It had been Wet looking in one spot and had finally had enough. It was leaking right where the tube goes into the tank. I took it to friend that repairs radiators and he said its a crappy spot to fix on an all aluminum radiator. On a brass one he can soak a bunch of solder on it but on aluminum its a gamble and on a plastic tank one he would just tank the tanks off and plug it off on inside. So i took it home and opted to cut the tanks open and block the tube that was leaking.

I figured it started leaking from the way i mounted it. On my two seat buggy and on austins buggy we welded flanges right to the tank and simply bolt the radiator on. On the two seater i opted to create a pinch style mount that i see regularly with buggys. I probably could of mounted it better but the way i did mount is what caused it to leak i think. I ended up remounting it flange style after repairing it. I also threw yet another trans cooler we had on the shelf while it was apart. They both seam to stay cool enough but i can overheat them if i want. The tranny seams to take longer to get hot and longer to get cool.


My radiator only cools 97.5% as good now.
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One molested radiator i tell you what. 50115496_401861423893119_2397943274296836096_n.jpg50267716_342368819938348_5783853902847803392_n.jpg50461241_2349853911914804_7182666532873306112_n.jpg50835132_1273448619462510_6819344026555121664_n.jpg50091133_1912313155562814_7338723267630333952_n.jpg50459966_983294761868474_596076065512751104_n.jpg

Finally put hose clamps on the resi's. Zip ties have been on there for years lol. 50170670_233738544176898_2341048675750379520_n.jpg
 

YROC FAB.

BUGGY TIME
Location
Richfield, UT.
Pre wash. I got some decent snow wheeling in before we realized that random cooler i found on the shelf leaks like a bastard. I blame Austin, He said i was a cooler off his titan. I bypassed the cooler easily and drove it home. i may replace the new cooler before koh.

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Our friend Chads new buggy he just bought out of Magna i think. Ya'll may recognize it. 50840136_1949194598462402_8783879574032220160_n.jpg50601041_1664591090507188_1685511214681030656_n.jpg50104201_1274805925977934_6244889363281346560_n.jpg
 

Ashcat

Active Member
Location
Wisco
Runner, lame.

Root beer-tan Cummings with stacked stacks on stacks for towing the 4400 5 window is awesome.

You’ll be so attached to cookie dough junky that you won’t need a new 2 seater.
 

YROC FAB.

BUGGY TIME
Location
Richfield, UT.
Runner, lame.

Root beer-tan Cummings with stacked stacks on stacks for towing the 4400 5 window is awesome.

You’ll be so attached to cookie dough junky that you won’t need a new 2 seater.
Nadda. I just relisted the two seater. It needs to be gone, bit time. The runner is the ladies and its pretty sweet for reals. Im all about the nascar exhaust right out the side of the bed. Wanna buy a 5 window? Its a superior GM product.
 

YROC FAB.

BUGGY TIME
Location
Richfield, UT.
Smoked a side wall on one of my dddd2s. I hope i can get it fixed. I also bent the rear lower links much worse. This climb is normally a freeway on ramp when its dry but we went out in the mud to test out alex's buggy since i just finished his drive lines.


Making the climb and tearing side wall. Normally you can go straight up it with out slipping a tire but the mud had other plans. This rear engine does not climb as good as a front engine. Alex and chad went up it straight with little problem, i tried straight a dozen times.
 
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