ETS Drift Ute – A quick snap

I just thought i would share this photo with you, i just can’t get enough of these rear guards, all that time and effort in shaping my own mould is paying off. I think i want a Hilux daily just as an excuse to have these guards on it 🙂

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  1. I have been following your build for some time now. Words to describe the exceptional work and attention to detail escape me. It turned out better than I could have ever imagined. Well done man. Keep up the excellent work.
    By the way, when can we start placing orders for our own Drift Bakkies (over here we call utes bakkies)? 🙂

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    • obviously from South Africa 🙂 im from Zimbabwe and love the work as well…

      Go with a hilux daily 😀

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  2. I’ve seen this in the flesh in differant stages of the build an I still can’t get around how slammed this is an amazing it’s going to look sideways!!! All the best bud can’t wait to see this thing on its shakedown =P

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  3. You make me want to buy and build one of these so bad!!
    It looks like the front is also tucking rim?! Can we get a couple pictures of that in the next update too?!

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  4. hope the “tray” is going to remain uncovered! would be a shame to cover all the framing up and the smoke screen coming up from it while should be very impressive

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  5. Looking awesome mate….!

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  6. Are you going to moold the front fenders too or just run the steel ones?

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  7. Awesome work so far, truly inspiring. How did you determine your inboard mounting points for your front and rear suspension? Did you use any type of suspension software to look at the dynamic changes involved with your geometry?

    Keep up the good work man!!

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  8. oh my….. taco… im in love. GREAT WORK MAN!!

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  9. you should sell moulds of those guards! the low lux boys would be lovin it!

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  10. love this thing !!! amazing work of art engineering !!!

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