I'm really starting to get mad at this thing, and myself. I want to wheel (and soon!) but I want to do this right. and everytime I go out and tinker I see things I should've done differently, but was too stubborn to change. I can cobble it together and maybe get some wheeling in before the dead of winter, or I can basically start over and do it right and have it together by springtime maybe. the cost won't be as much of an issue down the road, and I will be able to get better parts and ultimately better performance. Plus, I know that if I don't do it right, I'll be dissatisfied everytime I look at it.
So, I'm thinking of getting a cheap 4wd beater to flog on while I rework the trooper. I can take my time and do the troop right, while being able to satisfy the 4low urge.
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