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They seem really fake high energy for the camera but that's YouTube. They might be really good people away from the camera, but I found them both annoying. I do watch some of their video's but mainly since Chris is on. He seems pretty chill and has some skills.
Some people love them, and that's fine. We really liked Hollie Fowler, she's really nice in person. She will be at the event at SMORR in Sept. Crawl the Ozarks.
I really enjoyed their Colorado video. Pretty minimal on the hype talking. I’ve been to telluride a few times and up to Tesla’s house at bridal veil falls but the rest of those trails have been on the bucket list for a while.
I'm kind of confused about all the extra frame work to fit the stock tank. I don't have extensive fabrication knowledge so I'm in no position to critique. I feel like a fuel cell would've been easier but its not mine so...
That's a Barnes back half frame extension and the Barnes gas tank skid. They don't bolt together. Or fit together it looks like.
$830 for both tho. And they're in stock. Not bad. The give and take is the frame work.
$152 for all the frame body mounts. They cut the OE off and welded in the new ones 1.5" higher as to not need a separate body lift. Which we all know the availability of those. Cheaper and smarter solution.
the back end of the stock frame was pretty crusty, too, so I wonder if they thought the back half would be easier. I agree though, if the stock frame was otherwise solid and you knew you wanted to reuse the stock tank I would think just stretch it and do a rear frame raise.
Did I miss it, or have they talked about what they're doing for suspension?
I don’t think they’ve said but I’d assume Bilstein something or other.
oh I'm sure. and given the back half kit I would think coilovers, and probably some form of triangulated 4 link rear.
I was thinking about the links though....it would be a shame to do all that work and end up with anything less than ideal geometry.