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Old June 1st, 2011, 05:33 PM
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I can help a little:

#1 ARB bumper misc hardware ( I don't remember what it is but I know I had one years ago I was not using at one time; maybe a tag mount?)
#9 SG rear door handle for SG rear tire carrier
#12 Definitely Widerness rack hardware
#17 Definitely Widerness rack hardware


I still owe you some pics.............
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Old June 1st, 2011, 06:56 PM
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I can help a little:

#1 ARB bumper misc hardware ( I don't remember what it is but I know I had one years ago I was not using at one time; maybe a tag mount?)
#9 SG rear door handle for SG rear tire carrier
#12 Definitely Widerness rack hardware
#17 Definitely Widerness rack hardware

I still owe you some pics.............
Wait what? A SG door handle? There's been an easier way this whole time?! Sweet! Yeah seriously post up those pics already!
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Old June 2nd, 2011, 10:39 AM
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OK here you go; hope this helps.............
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Old June 2nd, 2011, 10:59 AM
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Could or would?

I actually went through this again yesterday morning with a pen in hand writing down what I could but I never posted. I was going to mock horsey for simply not walking around his truck to look at what things were but I instead gave him a pass for the day. I am a giver.
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Old June 2nd, 2011, 11:12 AM
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Hey, I gave a guess on most of them, but I also didn't want to lead people astray. I'm still confused on #1. I looked all over ARB's site last night but still could not identify. I was also all over Wilderness rack's site last night, and although #17 definitely looks like brackets for a rack (that would have been my first guess, except the truck came with a Thule rack) I have a few random brackets shaped sort of like this, but these are higher quality than all the others.

#9: is great to know... never knew that existed!
#11: I would have never spotted, but once it was pointed out I'm suprised I never saw it!
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Old June 2nd, 2011, 11:18 AM
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I wonder if #1 came w/ my Warn winch instead of the bumper? I have the exact same part somewhere. It was 1997 when I bought the ARB and winch................#17 I had a Wilderness rack at one time and those are definitely the bits to fit the rack to load bars. The bolts should fit thru the holes 12+17
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OK need help identifying a few more. I know what they're for (or what they do), but not the make.

#22: winch controller. 4 prong instead of 6/7 prong like my Warn 9000. Which winch is this to? An earlier Warn?
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23: rack feet. I may reach out to Eric, as the PO said they were custom rack feet for a Thule, made my Atlantic British, but I cannot locate them anywhere on their site. They definitely match the Thule roof rack connector to lock them securely, just not sure of the manufacturer of these actual "legs" (or "feet" - whichever is the proper terminology).
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23: rack feet. I may reach out to Eric, as the PO said they were custom rack feet for a Thule, made my Atlantic British, but I cannot locate them anywhere on their site. They definitely match the Thule roof rack connector to lock them securely, just not sure of the manufacturer of these actual "legs" (or "feet" - whichever is the proper terminology).
Here's a pic of them installed on my truck. I could have sworn I've seen this type pop up for sale on here before, but I was looking everywhere last night on here, and couldn't find them.
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I think they are the part that hold the jack on this rack. I have one and they look the same .. 'hope this help!
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OK need help identifying a few more. I know what they're for (or what they do), but not the make.

#22: winch controller. 4 prong instead of 6/7 prong like my Warn 9000. Which winch is this to? An earlier Warn?
My mile marker winch has the same type of plug.
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23: rack feet. I may reach out to Eric, as the PO said they were custom rack feet for a Thule, made my Atlantic British, but I cannot locate them anywhere on their site. They definitely match the Thule roof rack connector to lock them securely, just not sure of the manufacturer of these actual "legs" (or "feet" - whichever is the proper terminology).
Those wilderness rack feet are what Eric sent me to use to mount my hannibal rack to my NAS 110 cage and they were great. needed two for the front to mount to the downward sloped cage over the front seats, and remaining two were used to mount my Hellas to the crossbar above my windscreen. Those are great for mounting things on the rollbar.

#3 is the Defender mounting kit for a tuffy box.
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