Take a Sawzall to your exhaust? :sneak:
Advance Adapter chain linkage may be an option to consider. Very easy install and good reports on function.
Makes perfect sense to me; it would be a cryin' shame to let a sticker like that go to waste! (y)
Darker might be a little more forgiving of dirt.
They don't seem to, pretty easy to pop them loose with your thumb.
Nice work Jeff! here's a few I've made.
I'm working on a chest holster for a 6" revolver now.
I resemble that statement :cool:
I kept my floor pedals, master cylinder, and front dump exhaust by using a F150/Bronco Power steering gear mounted to the outside of the frame....
Ooohh, SHINEY! :D
Almost too nice to take it out on the trails.
I would hope you scored some points building that sweet play house for the kiddo's.
I had to re-do my seat mounts to accommodate a passenger side fuel tank. I have some pieces that might help you. Message me if you are interested...
That's a classic look John, well done! (y)
Great to see you enjoying your Jeep. (y)
I notice the Jeep in your trophy has the "Jeep lean" :lol:
I think it needs the turbine hub caps. :poke:
I do agree, the white wheels look good on this rig.
I think a piece of "Formica" would work to recreate the board.
I think plastic laminate/"Formica" would work for your boards, Lee. Local cabinet shop or top fabricator should have plenty of scraps.
Clint was talking about his model 29 in 44 magnum.
Nice work! (y)
Maybe you could sell yours to defray the cost of the Varg? :shrug:
Didn't Queen do a song about that? :D
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