Discussion in 'The Garage' started by steve_kibbe, Nov 16, 2005.
Where do you put yours?
How about here
On the inside of my tail gate, but i am thinking of moving it.
yeah you don't want to break anymore tailgates....
doesn't look like the base of the jack clears the bumper. Tailgate doesn't even work probably.
Am i the only one that thinks that is pretty sweet?
Obviously, not something for a trail truck, but for a show truck...look at all the work that went into that. And a hell of an idea in terms of just being different.....
Its kool.............but look at it.. just like 81jimmyslt said the tailgate wont even go down all the way
Is that the long/tall Hi-Lift?? Looks like it would be difficult to get out, like you just let it fall out. Also it doesnt look like it could get a tire off the ground on that truck. Mines in the bed by the cad on drivers side standing up. I just dont go through drive thru's or in parking garages with it.
LOL, yeah dont want to break the second one
J-hooks, wingnuts to the 3rd seat buckets; everything thing else gets bungeed to the other buckets, except the ice chest gets bungeed to loops on the folded 2 seat. Extinguisher, tank R bolted to the humps.
For now I have a stock front bumper, drilled holes in the bumper and mounted it to the front, used pistol locks to secure it through the holes to keep someone from stealing it. . Couldnt stand the rattling when it was mounted in the truck.
Bolted to the rear roll bar, laying between the bar and the side of the bed.
I mounted mine to the hood with my 4x4Rac locks.
What a waste of time.
Nice Sammy!I've had one of those and thats pretty much the only place to put a hi-lift.Course you would hardly ever need one seeings how you could just pick it up.LOL
Passenger side roll-bar brace tube, using one of the ropes I carry to wrap it to the tube.
Takes a minute or two to get it out, but I rarely need it and usually need the rope also when I do.
(hijack) How do you mount the rack on a soft top? Love the way that looks (hijack)
Nothing but red x's Gabe.
The oribinal post looks ok, but would not be functional at all IMO on a blazer/burb b/c of the rear window. Pluss it looks like you would spend a ton of time getting that right when most people just mount them to the floor/bumper/rack which takes about 10 minutes.
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