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I understand that if you've got as much as 4 pumps in the back with 8 or 10 batts. you don't need a chain bridge to do a standin' three. Is this true?
 

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Originally posted by Mr.Deez@Oct 20 2003, 08:04 AM
I understand that if you've got as much as 4 pumps in the back with 8 or 10 batts. you don't need a chain bridge to do a standin' three. Is this true?
As long as you have a strong, reinforced fame, then the car should stand on three wheels fine. Depending on the car, the cylinder length is a factor as well.
 

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Originally posted by Mr.Deez@Oct 20 2003, 09:04 AM
I understand that if you've got as much as 4 pumps in the back with 8 or 10 batts. you don't need a chain bridge to do a standin' three. Is this true?
FROM WHAT I UNDERSTAND A CHAIN BRIDGE WILL
DOUBLE YOUR 3 WEEL.
 
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