What is amazing is all of the different external moving parts that had to be engineered and fabricated to make this run. Amazing.
Would like to see what's behind those two sliding doors?
Yep all the info you would ever need.
Yep I think your windshield is the Tux original for your Jeep.
In your upper pict you will see a hole below the threaded hole to the far left. That is a drain return that aligns with a cast in channel in the...
looks the same to me. the cup for the smaller bushing may be attached to your cross-member still.
It's worth a try.
The push rods are solid steel and if you have a good straight steel plate you can easily straighten bent push rods. I have done several with no...
That "Z" bkt is a torque suppressor with rubber mounts that bolt to the D-18 and then down to the far right side of the cross-member. The bkt is...
It didn't. The bumper was mounted to the cross-member with two "Z" brackets. I made a drawing with dimensions, if I can find it I'll post it here.
The front and rear are the same for the Tux. The square hole is to mount the chrome bumper carriage bolt. Auto parts stores carry chrome bumper...
No front cross member. The bumper has two holes (one each side) to mount to the front of the frame. The holes are square. There is also one for...
That boat has very little personality/style in my opinion and where is the deck space for all the naked ladies to lay on while underway. Like said...
That 2K bid might be right. Think that bondo is covering body damage or tusted out places or both. Has a lot of bondo for sure.
6000 gal diesel capacity would take all day just to fill tanks.
Holy cow. Sure is a major disappointment for sure. I feel your pain.
What happens if you later decide to go with a little bigger winch?
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