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unknownprophet
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Posted - 12/09/2010 :  18:26:30  Show Profile
Im 24 and would love to mod once of these. While I have some experience with modding vehicles, i've never modded a PW. I don't want to buy a PW that cannot be modded to fit me at 5'8 150 lbs. Before I buy anything I would love some opinions on exactly which PW I should purchase.

Divinar
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San Jose 95123
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Posted - 12/10/2010 :  11:37:49  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by unknownprophet

Im 24 and would love to mod once of these. While I have some experience with modding vehicles, i've never modded a PW. I don't want to buy a PW that cannot be modded to fit me at 5'8 150 lbs. Before I buy anything I would love some opinions on exactly which PW I should purchase.


I'm your height, and only a few pounds heavier , and I mostly fit into a Gaucho.


Some of the Peg Quads look big enough for me to ride...


Escalade (Rubber tires, LED lights, Key switch, Remote Kill, wings. Wings?)
Lil Wrangler (2WD, 12v, Lights), Dora Jeep (Super-6 @ 12v, lights), Jeep Enforcer turned Aftershock (18v, WIP),
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ms1120
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M-Town
Georgia
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Posted - 12/11/2010 :  09:04:15  Show Profile
Yeah man, get you a peg polaris. I rode ours all over the yard and my older kids are your size or bigger and its what they ride. Fill the wheels with expanding foam though. Otherwise they split easy and they arent cheap to replace. A kid trax firetruck is also a good one. Full metal box frame underneath gives you a good platform to start with

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