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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-13-2009, 03:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Fixing a Redline

Hey,

If you guys crash your cars or want to fabricate anything from new shock mounts to making your Redline fully race legal let me know. Maybe you just want your Revolt to turn. We have a full fab shop and can fix anything as far as the chasis on these or any other offroad car.

From some of the prices that I have been seeing that people are paying for repairs we would be way cheeper as well as putting back together with modifications that upgrade the car substantialy.

We are working on a chasis upgrade for the Revolt that will dramiticly help the steering and handling of the car. We will keep you posted.

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Hey,

If you guys crash your cars or want to fabricate anything from new shock mounts to making your Redline fully race legal let me know. Maybe you just want your Revolt to turn. We have a full fab shop and can fix anything as far as the chasis on these or any other offroad car.

From some of the prices that I have been seeing that people are paying for repairs we would be way cheeper as well as putting back together with modifications that upgrade the car substantialy.

We are working on a chasis upgrade for the Revolt that will dramiticly help the steering and handling of the car. We will keep you posted.

Thanks, Rick Dude
nice...........
does the chasis upgrade and the steering efford involve different shocks?
what types of changes are you guys making to the frame?
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Where are you located?
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After going through a very pricy chassis exchange after a roll-over I'm interested. Where are you located? That's what's great about this forum. The resources are support are the best.
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post #7 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-18-2010, 10:21 AM Thread Starter
 
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We are in Las Vegas. We just finished a cage rebuild and new rear arm set up. Way better than stock and less money. From a simple fix to a complete rebuild like the Revolt X and everything in between. My fabricator is Dennis and he has been building cars for 30 years. Mike at Red Rock knows him too.
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I am going down soon to have Dennis build me a chase truck rack for my truck. I am setting it up for the Best in the Desert racing that Ronny and I are doing.

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post #10 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-08-2010, 11:36 AM
 
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Are your a arrms and trailing arms set up for a stock frame or does one need to purchase your frame as well?
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