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Nice work! If you like your outlaws in the mud, you are not going to like terms. They just don't clean out as well. Hopefully the unveiling in 2 days is a 33" or 34" outlaw. The rumor is a 32.5" outlaw 2, but we will see.
 

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Gorilla +3 axles.

And if they release a 34" outlaw 2..... sign me up!

Id love to see a 34x12x14.
 

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Agreed. I would love to put some 34" outlaws on my next razor 1000 build.
 

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I just have a clutch kit from QSC. The clutch kit is enough, but a gear reduction wouldn't hurt. They are only $350 right now from highlifter. I will most likely be doing one when I get back to the states.
 

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Yes it is. The gear reduction would definitely help that. I almost never use high gear. I ride only mud, so almost never go above 20mph.
 

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Gorilla +3 axles.

And if they release a 34" outlaw 2..... sign me up!

Id love to see a 34x12x14.
32.5" OUTLAW 2 is here. 32.5 Outlaw 2

They are showing it to be about the same height as a 34" term!
 

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Thats sick! Make sure you post some pics when you get them in. Hopefully they are on schedule with the expected first week of Feb. delivery date.
 

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You could donate them to me! LOL. Have you figured out the front diff yet? Best info I could find was that you might also need the front prop shaft and axles from a newer year as well.
 

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Nothing yet. Im going to see if there is a way I can make a locker for it for nationals. I dont wanna take any chances.
 

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I wonder if there is a way to just weld it and make it fully locked all the time. Hard to turn, but better than 2wd. Especially at nats, it can be difficult to get around there depending on the conditions.
 

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I hear ya there. Muddacross is fun, but not in 2wd. I've broken my share of diffs and axles in races, and it will ruin your day. Especially when you go from leading to last over a cracked cage or broken axle.
 
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