Stewart Raceworks Truggy

tkr

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What the heck is this??
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John Bitting

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Looks like a jack or something telescopic, Who the hell knows and I was there. :) Maybe someone else knows..
 

Mike_McCluskey

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I believe it is a jack. TCS sells something like it. Big coin($1k I think, could be wrong). When is that truggy expected to be race ready?
 

Jack

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Looks to me to be some fancy space tire holder, but why there and why so fancy?
 

Waldo

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Looks like a place to put your beer when you are changing a tire!

BRAAAAAAAAP!
 

tkr

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This is the back of Collins truck. Do they really carry two jacks?
<A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.go-desert.com/feature/collinsTT/ct18.html>http://www.go-desert.com/feature/collinsTT/ct18.html</A>

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Cameron

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I belive that it is an air jack. Looks like it hooks to a bottle with a hose.
Collin's truck apears to also carry a manual jack.

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TimHayosh

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I'm gonna say fuel pump. Looks kinda like the one's on jets.
 

blind655

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Air Compressor maybe??
 

Donahoe

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Its a jack.

NEVER LIFT!!!!!
 

mgobaja

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it is an air jack made by Bunderson. Collins lost 1 of his during the laughlin race when the rear cage started falling off. They work bitchen. Most Trophy Truck teams use them. Very little to break and a very quick way to jack up your race car.
 
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