added a few toys this year

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by 00SVTdubs, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. 00SVTdubs

    00SVTdubs Enthusiast

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    Added a few toys this year

    2002 Dodge Viper GTS ACR
    2008 Jeep SRT8
    2008 Malibu Wakesetter
    2012 Arctic Cat Wildcat
    2012 Nissan Murano - daily

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    I am looking for a set of used 16" CCW drag pack wheels/tires for the Viper if you know anyone that has some.

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  2. Mopar Steve

    Mopar Steve Viper Owner

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    Could you post a picture of the hitch set-up on the Jeep? With the exhaust in the middle I didn't think that was possible. I would like to do the same thing.
     
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    custom made by felkers welding / hitch in Loveland, CO.
    They did a great job (wish they hid the plug better but it is fine) but it is a class 3 and they put in a trailer brake controller too. The hitch sits a few inches behind the rear tips so it looks hidden and doesnt stick out from a side view
     
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    I bought a new baseball bat...
     
  5. Mopar Steve

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    Looks well hidden, but doesn't the hitch/ball get very hot after a long tow? Your ball and trailer hitch must be right in the flow of the exhaust. I have wanted to get one of those but was afraid I would have issues towing.
     
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    it does get hot, but not terrible. It doesnt get hot enough to melt anything or cause damage, and the wires are well out of the way.
     
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    :2tu: thanks.
     
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    I hear "Arctic Cat Wildcat" and I am looking for a Snowmobile and since you are in Colorado, it seemed to fit. Tell me you have a sled for those fine back-country rides!!
     
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    tracks for the wildcat and we rent snowmobiles on certain mountains. Not justified to buy one out here for as little as we have time to ride it between snowboarding and ripping the wildcat on trails, so we just rent them as we see fit.
     
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    You need a garage.
     
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    I have a 1 car garage there and a bigger one at another home I own up in the mountains. I keep everything here during the in season because it is more accessable
     

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