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Unread 05-03-2004, 06:29 PM   #1
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well heres my story uh second thought ill post another thread.I made my own roof rack out of 1/2 electrical conduit rubber stoppers plastic spacers some bolts welded the bit_h and bolted the bit_h together, total cost about $41.00 and it weights around 20 pounds installs in under 5 minizels too. my next project is to make a killer light bar out of some 1 inch conduit all the stuff can be had at home depo no i dont work for em so dont even go there not bad hu?p.s. the windsheild bolts are 5/16 save ya some bulls_it.pics of this are on my homepage http://hometown.aol.com/surfsmeller/

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Unread 05-03-2004, 06:32 PM   #2
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I make most of my own stuff too, usually best to post stuff like that in the projects section so it can be logged in there and available to all jeepers. If you can, post it there with a small write-up and benefit everyone.
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