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Old December 22nd, 2012, 11:49 AM
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I have press dies for the SD type connections and the cage feet. I think they are on Overland Engineering FB page under "mudbug"(sorry I'd link it but am pretty useless with a phone lol). Could probably crush some if there was any demand.
I make cages too but only in house and not cheap. All DOM and all built to crash.
I would definitely be interested in buying some curved cage feet, for both the front wing and roof connections.
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I have press dies for the SD type connections and the cage feet. I think they are on Overland Engineering FB page under "mudbug"(sorry I'd link it but am pretty useless with a phone lol). Could probably crush some if there was any demand.
I make cages too but only in house and not cheap. All DOM and all built to crash.
Shoot, good to know. That makes my life easier. You need go advertise as I know a few people have been looking for both pieces.
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I'd be interested in a set of feet if you have them for the rear corners of an ST, B and C pillar
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I have press dies for the SD type connections and the cage feet. I think they are on Overland Engineering FB page under "mudbug"(sorry I'd link it but am pretty useless with a phone lol). Could probably crush some if there was any demand.
I make cages too but only in house and not cheap. All DOM and all built to crash.
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Cancel that, I found the mud bug.
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Old December 23rd, 2012, 06:49 AM
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Cancel that, I found the mud bug.
I'm not sure how to take that LOL.............although looking at the first "mock-up" which was made with junk tubing so the owner could see how ugly that idea was.........jayzus the things we do.
Not sure were the finished photos are.....and I guess I need to do a little updating.
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new expansion complete. Not only are we the only Rover shop in Eliot Maine...now we're also the biggest.

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No, they looked great, I was just talking about the feet that mount to the tub capping.
although I could use a set of those to
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Shoot, good to know. That makes my life easier. You need go advertise as I know a few people have been looking for both pieces.
Yeah, not much on advertising (other than keeping an eye on this site I'd suppose). I've always got plenty to do with out looking for more LOL. Give me a shout if you need any of the cage parts. I've also been making the "A" pillar under the wing cage supports and galvanizing them......and the under tub bits.......

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No, they looked great, I was just talking about the feet that mount to the tub capping.
although I could use a set of those to
HAHA I know......just kidding. I'll look at those other "feet". Must not have needed them here yet.
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