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Old 04-04-2011, 12:01 PM
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Default 1901 curved dash oldsmobile replica

guess i stired up a hornets nest! will try to provide more pics.2 good groups on internet about building such vehicles. HCR builders group and Replicars build ing group./ tons of info and just like this group plenty of nice people willing to share their info.
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Old 04-04-2011, 01:58 PM
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Nice, we can trace the origins of our go karts to one of those...
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Awesome! Keep the info coming!!!
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some information body sizes, engine power
leaf spring where you can take
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ya .. I would like to see the suspention & steering set-up.
Do you have any links/sites that we could check out?
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Hi, I am starting to build a CDO replica. I would like to know where did you buy the wheels. Are those from Northern Tools? Those are rated for 300 lbs. and I am a little concerned about that. Thanks.
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Hi!
I'm also starting a CDO Replica,
I chose to use wheels off of a Dirt Bike I know they will hold up
to the weight I'm not sure if it will slow the speed down yet.
But if anyone can give advice on it that would be great
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Not too many people on this forum are knowledgeable on these replica builds, but we will help as much as we can. Maybe do a goole search to see if there aren't forums out there exclusively devoted to these builds.
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I hate to admit this but we've got one of these in one of the family's storage buildings. I suppose I'll have to snap a few pictures next time I'm there fetching tires.
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Hi guys, the answer to all the questions are available at replicars .com This is a group devoted to the replicar hobby, andhas some very knowledgable people in who can answer just about anyones question, good luck gepp
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