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About onanysunday

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  • Birthday 09/07/1963

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    http://www.soldbykurtis.com
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    Phoenix

Previous Fields

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    Glamis,Buttercup, Gordons Well, Patton / Olgilby, Mountains , Lakes, Desert
  • Your Ride
    Funco turbo, XP900 turbo, TRX450R, M1000 AC

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  1. onanysunday

    F Thieves - An Engineer’s Revenge.

    That was great!
  2. onanysunday

    looking for a single Dune sport 14.50 by 15 Tire.

    Looks like I am going to have to buy one tire. This one is in excellent shape but did get damaged on the sidewall. Holding air just fine and might be a good tire for someone. What would this tire be worth used ? 2013 date code and still in great condition. Some people in Camp said they thought a tube would work. I feel like I just drive my car too hard to risk it.
  3. onanysunday

    What Is Your Dream Buggy? Post Pics & Build Details!

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2248007575212182&set=gm.2298937093463503&type=3&theater&ifg=1
  4. onanysunday

    Crazy things you see in Glamis

    Not glamis but man did this Funco go for a ride. https://www.facebook.com/TheHighClass64/videos/1855272974521321/ Just misses the guy standing by the wall.
  5. onanysunday

    another box

    Just poking up out of the dunes. I had never seen this one before. probably about 3/8 of a mile South Southwest of the flagpole
  6. Caught a stick this trip and although it holds air thinking I would just like to replace it. There is another thread somebody mentioned a single Tire would work for them also. If someone had a set we could each buy 1. Needs to be a number 2 cut . Kurtis 602-326-5720
  7. A stick came up through and got some of the cords but the tire is still holding air fine. Is it worth trying a tube or just buy a tire? My thought is not worth crashing the car over a tire.
  8. onanysunday

    Guess the story

    I guess it makes sense this trip I would kill a tire. Ugh
  9. onanysunday

    Guess the story

    took a closer look at this wheel this morning and absolutely 100% it was a defective wheel. Not sure if you can tell in the photos but instead of a rolled Edge it has a flat edge around part of the wheel. No doubt it was manufactured incorrectly. Check your wheels folks. From what I was told my guess is this wheel would have not failed if made correctly
  10. onanysunday

    Guess the story

    Not true. Best leader I've ever followed. Several of us passed this spot and our leader was on the radio letting everyone know. Sometimes crap just happens
  11. onanysunday

    Guess the story

    3 factors. Number one nasty lip. Number two wet sand with little give. Number three that wheel was very thin and sure looked to be defective.
  12. onanysunday

    Guess the story

    Haha I figured everyone would have fun with this. Actually tacoed wheels on two cars. Two of us drove back on three wheels. Yes loaned my wheel to another car because they had two people in another Funco . Never did this before with my car and it was interesting. Had to drive it quite a ways. Went across one Ridge at an angle and piled three inches of sand on my front floorboard
  13. onanysunday

    Guess the story

    Hint: my car did NOT break.
  14. onanysunday

    Trans swap

    Correct on the Mendy S4. I am not sure about the PBS.
  15. onanysunday

    Trans swap

    IIRC the input shaft alignment is .750 higher for the S4 compared to the 2d. Meaning the motor goes up that much. Also just to add I remember the comment about mounts and a key factor being how far the bottom of the trans sits in relation to the frame rails. At least in my application that was good and another reason I used the original Funco mounts.

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