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Unread 05-07-2003, 05:28 PM   #1
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Homemade Tow Hooks ZJ

I made these 2 nights ago, and here they are. The local 4x4 shop (Foothills 4x4 and Performance, if there are some SC locals in here holla) and they looked at it and said they would be just fine. Beats the $100 kit from Rusty's! Feel free to ask questions.

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Unread 05-08-2003, 03:37 AM   #2
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How is that cable connected to the jeep?

It looks like you would rip up the styrofoam and the plastic cover whenever you hooked up to something.

Those are going to come out and hurt someone very badly.

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These are connected to the uniframe (whatever it is!) and IF they do come loose, they will go slowllly the way I have the thigns tied down. I've got my bumper zip-tied down, so i just take it off before I go wheeling (cheap!). They wont come out and hurt someone. I even asked the guys up at the 4x4 shop and they said that it would be fine!
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I will post some better pictures this Friday (5/9) and show how they are connected.
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