any body use the dynatrac cover yet

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  1. sweetk30

    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    any body run the dynatrac pro series cover for a 60 frt yet?:thinking:


    how well is it bilt ?:whistle:


    lloking at 1 for my rig that now has highsteer and want to protect the diff unit.:thumb:
     
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    84_Chevy_K10 Banned

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    I wouldn't buy anything from Dynarape.

    Hit up great lake offroad on ebay, great cover, great guy.
     
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    agreed on GLO. Shawn kicks butt. I run his ff14b cover, and once he gets toyota rear disc brake brackets available, Im gonna get them and a D60 cover from him at the same time. He sells his stuff direct on pirate4x4.com vendors forum, or on ebay. Either way, good guy and a damn good cover. Comes with a "no-bullcrap you break it we replace it" warranty too.

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    GLO or BlueTorch man. I wouldn't do Dynatrac either. The only other one I think I'd consider is the Crane one, it just looks nice, too much $$ though. I held a Dynatrac cover in my hands at the 4x4 Nationals in Bloomsburg, even up close I liked my BlueTorch covers better. I mean if you bust a cast cover, whats gonna happen? its gonna shatter out chunks. You bust a GLO or Bluetorch cover and I will kiss your feet :)
     
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    Desert Rat Fetch the comfy chair

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    I went Crane High Clearance for my 60 front and 14 rear. We are talking very seriously built.
     

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