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The G-Made Sawback

Discussion in 'Product Discussions' started by Bubba J, Oct 13, 2013.

  1. Bubba J

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    Hey fellow sparkers what you think of the G-Made Sawback.........
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  2. Crankbait

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    I just saw that yesterday.
    They make quality stuff imo so it should be a good little rig.
     
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    that's sweet !! added to my wishlist :want:
     
  4. bbwolf

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    I like it. That's the body style of jeep I wanted when I was young.
     
  5. Bubba J

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    Think it's going to be awesome just don't like the tires,
    should be these....
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    That would make it more scale........................................:bouaaaaah:
     
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    Is it me or does it look like it's got high lift running gear and suspension?
     
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    Yeah now that you said that
     
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    looks good , a little work on the grill and you got a good jeep
     
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    #9 RustyWrench, Oct 13, 2013
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    Cool looking little rig there. Price is right and usually Gmade is a decent buy, was with the R!.
     
  11. Deegan

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    That's really cool....sign me up for one
     
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    Got mine in the mail today. I will get into the build in the next couple of days but first impressions are very positive so far. Can't wait :)
     
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    lout and Z0MBI3 like this.
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    Well I ordered w kit and an axial esc..... Now we wait.
     
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    This is what I am running. I have been running for about year now so I have broke a front axle and stripped 1 tranny gear. But not its been modified with GMade Portal Axles and homemade links for extended wheelbase.
     
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    I have a sawback 4LS for which I'm thinking of getting the R1 portal axles.
    Before pulling the trigger, maybe you can tell me:
    How much width do they add to the stock setup of the 4LS? (The 4LS is already 10 mm wider than the previous sawbacks).
    Are the portal axles compatible with the 1.9" wheels or do they require 2.2" to clear the axles?
     

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