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Dennis the Menace View Drop Down
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    Posted: 08 June 2013 at 9:07pm
A couple of friends have recently started racing their classic buggies at a local club, so I thought Id try and build a replica of the procat I used to race in the early nineties and join them.
Ive bought a procat in need of tlc and the project has begun!
The diffs are pretty much shot and theres no slipper clutch, so my first question for procat fans is will the diffs and slipper clutch from a boss cat works drop straight in or is modification required?
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Your bosscat stuff should drop right in !
I'm also building an old school car for some retro racing, but am going the 2wd route as I think less chance of breaking things.
I'll post up some pics soon
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