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  1. My vote would be MTS Offroad. Im pretty sure they are a sponsor on here and their work is top notch.
  2. That’s not the scanners fault any more than a broken weld on your spindle is your Miller welder’s fault. The scanner is a tool and is only as good as the dentist using it. The dentist should check the area between the teeth before cementing the crowns. Having to “grind the crowns” has a lot to do with your temporary crowns as well. A small amount of adjustments is normal when fitting a crown. That being said there are a lot of variables in play so I hate to pass judgement on your dentist, but I’d mention it to him and ask him to make it right.
  3. Like Dune Doc said, the digital scanners are more accurate than impressions, especially the newer scanners. I’m a general dentist and we started using a digital scanner about 8 months ago. Most patients love it. The crowns fit the tooth better with less adjustments. Also the newer scanners scan your tooth in color which is a huge help when it comes to matching the shade of your teeth. I could go on and on about it but I would have a hard time practicing without a scanner now that I have used one.
  4. Bump for a clean and reliable car. This car rips and that 8 into 1 exhaust sounds amazing. Not having to take paddles off to fit it in your trailer is so nice.
  5. Not in the best shape but they are free. Tired of storing them. Honda Rear Bolt Pattern located in South Chandler 480-772-1755
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    O'reilly's in yuma sells individual sockets and wrenches. I've also noticed that some of the duralast brand tools at autozone have a lifetime warranty, said right on the package that if it failed at any point to bring it into any Autozone and they will replace it. Don't know how long they will stand buy it but they weren't expensive tools so you don't have a lot to lose.
  7. A little bittersweet to see it go but it’s off to it’s new owner. Thanks Spencer!
  8. To answer a couple questions I have a set of skinnies that are included front width is 92 inches Rear with dirt tires 94 inches rear with skinnies- I need to mount them to be sure but roughly 86 inches wheelbase is 134 inches overall length is 16 feet 4 inches I should have a bunch of new pictures tomorrow.
  9. Predator 5 Seat Sand Rail Completely torn down to the frame by MCM Motorsports, finished in end of 2016. The following has maybe 30 hours on it since rebuild- Jeff Fields Auto(rebuilt at Transaxle Engineering, updated case, new RP, new torque converter)- auxiliary trans cooler- (some people bag on the automatic, give them a call at transaxle engineering, some of the most helpful people in the industry- extremely easy to drive, you still shift gears and the toque converter is really easy on cv’s) New Gear one mid boards and 2" hollow, all new heims, cv’s (934/s). axles gear one 4 piston brakes front and rear Full new body All new powder coat(all 3 stage, body is all prismatic gunmetal) All shocks rebuilt or new from King, tuned by Albert at MCM racing. Rear Arms about 8" longer than stock, way stronger- bracing added all over the car Approximately 20 hours on the following Crate LS3 from Chevy dealer new headers and exhaust CBM Harness Kennedy Adapter Plate 5 Heated Seats from Triple X Racepak IQ3 5 new crow harness’s STU 10.75x15 front tires CNC cutting brakes rebuilt by CNC Approximately 2 hours on MPI-F series steering wheel Car includes Lowrance GPS(I haven’t been able to get it to connect to GPS, not sure why) King bypasses front and rear, coil overs front and rear- Car 2 Car Radio, Intercom- 5 headsets included 5 real seats, no bench in back Lots of Rigid, 40" E2, Rear race light, dome lights, SRQ's, D2's. full set of dirt tires, 33inch BFG mud terrains on Douglas non bead lock wheels STU Blaster 33’s on Douglas beadlock wheels, pretty worn, do hold air for a couple of days but need replaced Selling to get into an X3- would be interested in trades for an x3 max Asking 37k obo, I have over 55k into it, my loss is your gain. Car is very clean with very low hours since frame off restoration. Everyone who sees it always says, wow it is clean and it’s beefy. I would have no issue using it in the sand and the dirt. sorry about the lousy pics, i’ll Get better ones posted ASAP. Can call or text me at (480) 772-1755. car is located in Chandler, Az. Clean title in Az, titled in 2015 with vin number. You can can read more about the Jeff Fields Auto here https://www.off-road.com/trucks-4x4/shifty-business-guide-to-gearboxes-and-transaxles-23693.html https://www.transaxleengineering.com/3-speed-auto
  10. Like the title says, free 18 foot garage door with garage door opener and everything you need for it to work. House is 3 years old, only lived in for 2 years so it’s in really good shape. The only catch is that it’s still installed at my house. If you will take it down for me, it’s yours. Garage is 8 feet tall. Located in chandler Arizona.
  11. I've used these guys before. We got home from vacation and they came out on a Sunday and fixed us up. Owner is a duner and has an account on GD, I don't know how often he comes on here though. https://www.ellsworthhomeservices.com/
  12. How fast are you going? Just my .02 but I think you need to go faster.
  13. MTS is fantastic. I’ve known them for a long time. They really know their stuff. I may be selling my rail and going with an x3 max and will be taking it to them first thing.
  14. Looks like it’s for sale again, maybe buyers remorse 🤷‍♂️ https://classifieds.race-dezert.com/FOR_SALE:canam-x3-rs-2-seat-149801
  15. Wow thanks for the feedback, lots of good points brought up. I have the precision handle bar vibe mounts, idk if it’s be worth switching over to the flex bars or not. I’ll keep my eye out for some new ones. Thank you for the suggestions on shock tuning. I’ll look into valving and re-springing the stock shocks I see how good I can get them. Precision stabilizer is in the list now too. now to see how big of tires I can find to help make the bumps smaller.
  16. Last time at the dunes I got the crap kicked out of me on the quad. It was way too rough. It’s a stock suspension yfz450r. I have it adjusted as soft as I can get it to go on the front end and as soft as I can without it bottoming out all the time in the rear. My question is throwing all the tricks at it, how plush of a ride can you get on a quad? I realize there is a limit, relatively small tires and small suspension travel on the quad and big bumps in the sand means a rough ride. Maybe I’m just getting too old to be out there on a quad. I still really enjoy it and I don’t want to hang it up but can’t take that harsh of a ride much longer. What’s your experience and suggestions?
  17. I have an 09 50cc Suzuki that I’m looking to sell. Let me know if you are interested. I’m in chandler.
  18. I have a Fields in my predator. Its a 5 seater and not a small car by any means but I really really like the auto. So easy to load on a trailer. Supposedly the torque converter is easier on the cv's as well. The dyno guy said the opposite, that it has less power loss than others. IDK if he's right or not, just what he told me.

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