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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by GotLabs, Mar 15, 2006.
on how I will rig stuff.
I hope that was just to get to the trailhead/home!
You mean that it's not supposed to look like that?
I guess I'd better head out to the driveway and change my setup
Me too. That's why I come to the Lounge for tech.
Hey its got lock washers and tread lock nuts, whats the problem
hmmm, can we say unstable? if that ubolt were to slide off to one side, like it looks like its already starting to do, the bolts would probably break. might be interesting to see the aftermath along the highway somewhere. dont need any more people rigging stuff like that up, we've got a bad enough name as it is.
That's brutal, and I thought I was crazy.
I don't even understand how thats holding anything???Yeah I got nothing...
why didnt i think of that? i knew i shouldnt have paid for custom brackets
Now you can understand why some states require a VERY thorough inspection for lifted trucks.
he didn't use any Loctite-----DUH!
where are the blocks . Anybody want to buy my set that I don't need cause that idea seems to work I only paid $90, custom built
Once upon a time out four wheeling my buddys battery tipped over onto the engine (battery hold downs are for chickens ) landed on the fan and valve cover. Thankfully it was an Optima so it could not leak but it did arc a hole in the top of the valve cover. Not wanting to spray oil out of the valve cover we installed a tire plug in the hole to stop the leak. 3yrs later the engine was sold and still not leaking out of the plugged hole.
Run some zipties from those unused holes and around the nearby bolts.....
Should be all set then.
ps. This should be moved to the "Center of Gravity" forum.
What is wrong with it?
No duct tape.
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