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Old 09-09-2004, 02:01 AM
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Got this from here:
They work great and have been FULLY tested!
1991 Hunter Green Grand Wagoneer. Chevy 350 TBI. 4-inch lift. 31-inch BFG AT's.
Old 09-09-2004, 03:15 PM
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cant read the link? pic to small
Kyle<br />\'83 J-10 laredo
Old 09-10-2004, 09:17 AM
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Anyone have a better picture of this? I think this is 1/4" thick, but I'm not sure. How would you bend this into shape? Put it in a big vise and beat it like a spastic monkey?
How big are the holes, 1/2"?
88 GW, newly rebuilt 360, 727/229/44 f&r 3.31
80 Cherokee, 258/727/208/f44 r20 2.72
Old 09-10-2004, 11:08 AM
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best way to make that part would be to get a 3x4 1/4 wall tube and cut the U out of it. on the hole size i think you would use the size for what ever bolt you planned on using.

Garry 79 wag limted 90 comanche 90&98 cherokee 94 grand cherokee 71 javelin amx 401
Old 09-10-2004, 01:51 PM
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Kimbrough, did you do that CAD artwork?
Are you a AutoCad or MicroStation CAD Jockey?
Bryan Smith
2005 Grand Cherokee Limited - HEMI! Current Daily Driver
1982 J10: Current Project, goal to be roadworthy in 2017: No Cab Brow!
1981 J20: Commercial flat bed. Long term Project: RUST! No Cab Brow!

Originally Posted by Jayrodoh
...but if it works, I wouldn't touch it.
Originally Posted by Lindel
Best laid plans, yada yada yada...
Old 09-10-2004, 02:54 PM
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2000 Infinity QX4, 3.3L, MPFI, 4 speed auto, 2 speed Nissan tcase, Unibody, IFS front, 4 link rear solid axle with 255-70/16s


...Pay no attention to these heathen barbarians with their cutting torches and 8" lift kits!...

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Old 09-14-2004, 02:13 AM
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I took a piece of rectangular tubing and cut it diagonally. Then I drilled holes matching the pattern for the bumper brackets where they attach to the frame. (1979 model) Use a piece of flat stock on the other side of the frame horn for reinforcement and bolt them on. Now you have a flat surface parralel to the ground to mount your tow hooks on.
79Cherokee Chief<br />4\" BDS Lift<br />Custom Bumper <br />33\"x 11.5\" x 15\" BFG All-Terrains"<br /> T.H. 400 B.W.1339 Quadra Trac <br />Mile marker 16% O.D.part time kit<br />360c.i. Edelbrock pkg.<br />MSD ign. & coil <br/>Bored .030 over<br />Tri-Y headers<br />stainless steel exhaust<br />mustang seats<br />Holley 4bbl

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