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DiscoBears

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You're doing it right! Wealth of experience, opinions and snide remarks from this bunch.

Big fan of pi, would love to set up a Dev environment to play with one ;-) </geek>

Just finished proof of concept for a forward looking camera. Now to incorporate a rear one and a touchscreen button to select through.

Ultimate goal is a full pi powered entertainment system in the rig. Video games movies and multiple cameras but thats future state

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The first step is to identify what you want to do with your disco. No sense in going with a mild lift if you plan to hit Fordyce or the rubicon, also no need for 35's and full armor if you will be playing around on the dunes or out at Folsom puddle. You're welcome to stop by my place and take a look at mine anytime if you like. I went the big lift big tire route. I'm in Loomis out where the lake is turning into a small stream. Don't hesitate to call ask.
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