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ZRV Project #4074479 02/22/13 02:34 PM
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My rebuild after the "tree incident"........





Since it was completely resurrected it is now the ZRV (Zombie Response Vehicle). 20inches of wheel travel, 84 volts, 52 miles per hour, Goat high, and DEAD quiet !!!





Here piggy piggy


The roll bar is next and the pintle mount for this:



www.cartridgeconversion.com

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Re: ZRV Project [Re: buckoff] #4075027 02/22/13 05:25 PM
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is that a claymore as a front bumper?!?!

Re: ZRV Project [Re: Hunter_Man] #4076195 02/23/13 01:35 AM
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Originally Posted By: Hunter_Man
is that a claymore as a front bumper?!?!

Yessir

For when the "hordes" attack.....


www.cartridgeconversion.com

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Re: ZRV Project [Re: buckoff] #4084211 02/26/13 03:57 PM
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cool rig

Re: ZRV Project [Re: Growin Wild Outdoors] #4084704 02/26/13 07:12 PM
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I don't know what that crazy thing started life as...but I like it!


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Re: ZRV Project [Re: TxAg] #4085134 02/26/13 10:24 PM
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Pretty slick!

Re: ZRV Project [Re: grimes80] #4085756 02/27/13 02:10 AM
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Is it just me, or does it look like the tires are on backwards?
But, that dude is way cool. Love the claymore.


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Re: ZRV Project [Re: grimes80] #4085758 02/27/13 02:10 AM
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That is a beast!

I really like the "accessories".

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52 mph??

That's awesome!


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52 mph??

That's awesome!


not with me on it lol

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Nice!

Re: ZRV Project [Re: tth_40] #4096372 03/03/13 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted By: tth_40
52 mph??

That's awesome!


Thats's pretty wild alright. One thing you need to consider. Those drum cart brakes are designed for carts running 12-20mph tops. Those drums are only on the rear bud. You really need to consider discs for, at a minimum, the rear but much better front and rear. Nice build though. What kind of batteries are you using?


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