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Old 10-04-2021, 02:30 PM #91
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Here's a short video going up the last hill climb on trail 16 at Windrock. I was aired down to about 15# for this first day out. I did drop to 12# on the second day but as I wrote above it was not a full day so can't say much other that I was able to drive over a V-notch with driver tires on the wall and passenger on other side on V at 12#. Again my camerawoman was not on duty so no video.


Oh my god that thing looks absolutely amazing. Keep the videos coming, this is like the only reason I check the forums anymore haha.
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You should air down a lot more. I run 8psi on streetable 35" MTs in the rocks. Try 5 if you have a good quality gauge. Those tires probably won't even squat at all at 5.
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You should air down a lot more. I run 8psi on streetable 35" MTs in the rocks. Try 5 if you have a good quality gauge. Those tires probably won't even squat at all at 5.
Agreed. These tires can go down to 3. I had 12# on Sunday and next time out I'll try 8-9 and work my way down to 3. At this point not trying to do a lot of crazy stuff and just get used to width, suspension etc of this entirely new vehicle. The width and overall size is what's taking the longest.

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Can we get a 0-60 on that


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Can we get a 0-60 on that
not quite as fast as my '12. It's not a slouch but far from fast.

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Mid November Update

So it's been quite some time since my last update and things will start flowing more frequently now. Was waiting for the Atlas to ship and just finished other jobs.

It was put back on the lift to get a good look at what really happened my first day out. A lot easier to look at everything when it's up in the air then on the ground and all dirty.

So here's what we found:

1. Both rear bump stops had issues. I knew this as I had to tighten them up after day 1. The passenger can ripped the frame a little. All is no problem and easy fixes. We will remove both and reinforce the frame in this area and fabricate different top to bracket to keep the cans secure.

2. The bump problem is what most likely caused my cut fuel line and hard starting issues but more on that soon. At some point the top of the rear links went up and first just barely cut the fuel line. The driver side top link went up and crushed the evap line, this alone is most likely what caused the hard starting issue.

3. Need to extend pad for front bumps a little as depending on angle of axle they are hitting the edge or sliding off under compression.

4. Few other minor details on links and steering rod ends.

5. For my major steering issue, we are going to add more line and either a secondary cooler, small fan, or something.

After 20+ long weeks the atlas should have finally shipped yesterday. Therefore we are hoping to get it installed in the next several weeks.

Things to complete after first run in addition to the items mentioned above.

1. cut rear fenders some more after the damage from the bump stops. This will create a little safety room. May rebuild rear inner fender wells.

2. cut little more and re-engineer the front fender wells for more clearance as there was quite a bit of rubbing under compression.

3. Thinking of moving the gas tank a little forward and rotating evap canister 90 degrees to make room for rear winch. I don't need this but I have a spare winch since I sold my LC200. You never know and I'm sure at some point it will come in handy.

I finally get my tow rig and trailer in a few weeks and we will go on a trip or two over the upcoming holidays. So the real fun and continued learning is close. Goal now as we approach the finish line is to always have the truck in a state that it can be put on the trailer and go wheeling.

I will also get some road wheels and tires to drive it some to fluids moving, batteries charged, etc.
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If you trim those fenders anymore those tires will be in the cab....hahaha, what an awesome truck.

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