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Driving your sand car in the dunes is the fun part of owning a dune buggy. But when it comes to doing service work, we find that most off-road car owners don't prefer to work on their cars themselves — especially when it comes to servicing the CV joints. This article breaks down the process and shows you how to do the job yourself.
Tech :
Dealing With The Devil's Pudding - On most off-road vehicles, CV (Constant Velocity) joints play an integral role in the drive... Read More
Here's what it looks like when a professional CV boot clamp is installed on an off-road vehicle. The clamp is a metal band that is stretched in place over the end of the boot and locked down with tabs.
Tech :
Installing CV Boot Clamps - A properly secured CV boot is a critical step when assembling your vehicle’s CV joints... Read More
Wyatt Radke hammers the throttle of EMPI's Sand Pincher buggy at the Glamis dunes. The Sand Pincher name draws its meaning from the quartermile drag car that made EMPI famous during the 1960s, the Inch Pincher which was owned and driven by Darry Vittone.
Sand Cars :
Sand Pincher - If you’ve been into the VW scene for over five minutes, then you’re probably already... Read More
Pat Pendley’s LS3-powered 2-seater was built by Total Off Road (TOR) of Arizona. The mid-engine chassis gives this car a sleek look and allows it to handle like a sports car.
Sand Cars :
Corvette Duner - A native of Michigan who now lives in Litchfield Park, Arizona, Pat Pendley has been... Read More
This is a photo of the author behind the wheel of his Sand Cars Unlimited buggy in the Glamis dunes. Fast slides, big wheelies, G-outs, and long jumps were all part of a typical day’s fun in the sand and, after five hard seasons and a lot of trips, the King shocks needed to be rebuilt. This article is a brief overview of the process.
Tech :
King Shock Rebuild - The shocks on your sand car are a key component in the suspension system. When... Read More
Rick Gardella’s 1986 Honda TRX250R is a bad ass duner. The bike was completely torn down to the bare frame and totally upgraded during the rebuild phase.
Pair Of Aces - Rick Gardella has been duning since 1979 and has always had a love for Honda... Read More

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