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Project Ridiculous for Feed The Wheels by Rebel Off Road

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Meet the new and improved Feed The Wheels trail machine... AKA - #ProjectRidiculous. We'll be doing more in-depth coverage on the specifics over the next couple of weeks. For now, we just want to give a huge thank you to everyone that worked together to make this happen, starting with our close friends and partners at Rebel Off Road, LLC. To Bond - for running an amazing operation from top to bottom. To Jason - for sharing our exploits with the Rebel audience. To Taylor - for lining up new key sponsors, collaborating with us on our crazy paint ideas, and coordinating the entire build from start to finish. To Josh - for working day and night - sometimes without sleep - to get everything installed, tuned, and ready to roll in super human time.

To our partners and sponsors at Nemesis Industries for front and rear bumpers, fenders, and sliders. To Matt and everyone at Magnuson Superchargers for outfitting us with a combination of speed and power that we still can't believe. To Pearse and the entire Jeep Jamboree staff, who make us feel at home at events all over the country. To Falken Tire - for hooking us up with a set of their first-ever mud-terrains, one year before everyone else. To Method Race Wheels - for a straight up nasty set of beadlocks. To TeraFlex Suspensions - for the best damn long arm kit in the business. To Rock Hard 4x4 - for a cage that will probably save our lives one day. To ARTEC Industries - for beast-level trusses and gussets. To Motive Gear - for a killer set of gears and shafts. To Scott Frary at ARB USA (ARB Air Locker), for hooking us up with an air setup to swoon over, and Mountain Off Road (M.O.R.E) for the under hood mount to keep it snug. To J. E. Reel Driveline Specialists - for a tough driveline. To Janeiro Digital - for enabling this whole operation. To EVERYONE that has been following our adventures and exploits - your support fuels our motivation, and we've only scratched the surface so far. This year will be bigger and better - stay tuned.

Lastly, to our family and loved ones for putting up with a lifestyle that often keeps us apart more than we're together - and still loving us for it. THANK YOU. FTW.
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post #2 of 7 Old 04-10-2014, 06:32 AM
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Ok, it's gotta be said... 100+ views and not a post...

I always love your guys builds and this thing is "built" but the color scheme is just....... bad... imo of course....and I know that's probably the owner's thing but man it's just rough on the eyes...

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Ok, it's gotta be said... 100+ views and not a post...

I always love your guys builds and this thing is "built" but the color scheme is just....... bad... imo of course....and I know that's probably the owner's thing but man it's just rough on the eyes...
Agreed. This thing is a head-turner... Turning heads away from it's 1970's color scheme everywhere it goes. Build is great though.

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Ok, it's gotta be said... 100+ views and not a post...

I always love your guys builds and this thing is "built" but the color scheme is just....... bad... imo of course....and I know that's probably the owner's thing but man it's just rough on the eyes...
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I thought this too when I saw it.
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Damn nice rig and Damn ugly paint scheme ! Please tell me the owner demanded this scheme because it has some sentimental meaning or value to them.

And of course it's heading to mass !!!

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