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Doubler is in the truck!!

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by schneggie, Mar 20, 2002.

  1. schneggie

    schneggie 1/2 ton status

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    Steve,

    Just wanted to say that putting the doubler in was the easiest thing that I've had to do to the truck to get ready for Moab. It was in in a matter of hours and works great in the garage, havent pulled it out on the road yet. Sorry about calling once a week wondering when the doubler was gonna ship, was just getting a little nervous about the time I had to install it in. Well guess I'll see you sometime this weekend, I forgot to return the mailer you sent out, oops.

    Thanks again Steve for everything!!

    Greg
     
  2. 4GUNZ4X4Z

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    Just curious what setup did you go with? Did you clock your 205 and if so did you lift the body or cut the floor?
     
  3. Mr.Chevy4x4

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    Congrats! I am playing the waiting game also. I'm just glad they told me up front that it would be a month before it shipped. I have dealt with a lot of companies who knew they didn't have the part in stock but didn't bother to tell me that until I called back a week later.
    I ordered mine with the 205 clocked up 2 inches so that the bottom of it will be level with the bottom of the 203 range box. This will make fabricating a skid plate much easier, not to mention the added clearance.
    Let us know next week how the weekend went and how you liked the new setup.

    Mike
     
  4. schneggie

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    I went with the same setup as you. I will let you know how it went.
     
  5. Stephen

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    Glad it worked out so well! I know we were a bit behind our ship date so I was worried about holding you up.
    Funny how easy it is to put it all together when you get started, seems like it should be a bigger deal. I've had guys used to installing marlin crawlers and stuff like that that really liked the Doubler because it is so straight forward.
    See you there. I was planning on you being there even though you slacked off on the stamp. No biggie.
     

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