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Old May 5th, 2013, 10:26 PM
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Nice job. Love the winch/bumper. Not to hi jack..but got my Cally going today.....dam that 4.6 is SWEET!
So..did you do the car show? Place? Show?
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Old May 5th, 2013, 10:47 PM
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Classic muscle cars, didn't bring rover. Took family over, nice cars, nothing significant to report.
Not to change subject but we will be making it down for the going away BBQ. Looking forward to it.
I have some Thule feet and bars I will be bringing if interested, they were on the truck when I picked it up.
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Old May 9th, 2013, 09:56 PM
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Last night I mounted the hi lift on the rack. Built the mounts from parts I sourced at Home Depot. It's solid as a rock. But not 100% sold on the strength of the galvanized pipe clamps. We will see.


Also had to fab up a solution for the cut wheel wells after installing the winch bumper. Problem with P38 is the intake inlet is in the front left fender prone to water when fording. I used some HVAC metal sheeting (easy to cut and manipulate, and in my stockpile). Should help keep some water out. I still plan on closing off factory inlet location and moving it to pull from engine compartment.

I know the air will be warmer but it'll be dry.
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