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Unread 05-06-2004, 08:33 PM   #1
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Home made front frame cover.

First id like to give a hats off to naekd for givin me some inspirations and everyone else out there too.This is a nice site lets keep it that way.Ive put some new pics of a bigger console i bought, and some projects like home made shackles, a home made front frame cover and a nice cheap way to blend in the fender flares.Some people want to see what certain stuff will look like before they do it so i figured id put that pic on as well.My old off road light location which was on the front frame cover was nice lookin but in the winter it was a ***** to clean the snow off so when i made the new front frame cover i decided to place the off road rally lights at the ends of the bumper it dosent look as nice but its more practical that way.The front frame cover is made out of 16 gauge steel.My home made shackles are made out of 3/8th thick steel c beam.Good luck.pics at http://hometown.aol.com/surfsmeller

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