Heavy MetalThe DR Super Duty is marked in its class as one of the top trucks to beat. Donahoe Racing began with a substantial base from which to build a Stock Full contender. Dynatrac components strengthen the axles at both ends, which are suspended by a Deaver leaf pack at the rear and specially wound Donahoe springs up front. Each wheel is damped by a monster-sized 4-inch Donahoe bypass shock. For optimum cooling, the shock oil is routed through a double-hosed circuit between the shock body and the remote reservoir. The oil flows through check valves, so it goes in through one hose and out through the other. This keeps the oil cooler and the shock action more consistent. Spares are within easy reach, with a spare radius arm just aft of the Fuel Safe fuel cell, a spare Howe-built steering box in easy reach at the back of the bed beside a spare 39-inch BFG Baja Project T/A. Overall workmanship on the truck ranks among the best. Clean fit-up and expertly laid TIG welds abound. The front of the bed is home to three oil coolers. One is for the engine oil, and two are for the tranny fluid. Casey Folks marks his courses exceptionally well so that the motorcycle and quad riders can find their way without having to rely on a GPS. Ribbons on the left mean that the course turns to the left, and ribbons on the right mean that the course goes to the right. Our GPS was still a help, but not as much of a lifeline as in Baja where course markers are few and far between.Casey Folks marks his courses exceptionally well so that the motorcycle and quad riders ca Class 1900 is for Yamaha Rhinos, and a few intrepid characters readied their Rhinos for battle. This Rhino driver moved over quickly when we came up from behind. We couldn't blame him -- getting nerfed by a Super Duty is a high-pucker-factor experience.Class 1900 is for Yamaha Rhinos, and a few intrepid characters readied their Rhinos for ba The culprit. These tiny wires had a big impact on our day. Sources Donahoe Racing 2841 E. White Star Ave., Ste. E Anaheim CA 92806 « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!