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D and C Extreme’s Project 3: Coil Over Shock

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Pretend for a second that you’re a very successful professional electrician, the best of the best. Pretend that even though you’d tried other makes and models, you keep going through 4×4 after 4×4. You’ve had enough, what are you going to do. Nothing lasts…

Meet Nate, he’s just that kind of guy. After several full-size 4x4s fell apart, or had something go catastrophically wrong, it was time for something different. Something smaller, and tough. Jeeps were out since they can’t fit more than a guy and a dog. Yet, at the same time, full size rigs were too big and seemed to get a gross amount of body damage at every turn. The search is on. Something smaller than a full-size, but bigger than a Jeep.

Nate settled on a Scout. These things are built like rocks, come with some of the best *hardware* (for the time) and are simple, and old enough, to be built to face the challenges Nate can dish out. So after a year searching for the perfect Scout, we were introduced and the rest, well you’ll see.

Meet Project 3, or P3 as we code worded it.


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