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post #1 of 3 Old 04-26-2017, 12:52 PM Thread Starter
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DIY videos - tube doors, flares, etc.

So I am going to see about starting a series of DIY videos on building different things for my Jeep.

The first one I have made was a set of rear tube flares using the Trail Tubes kit:


I am currently getting ready to start some tube doors and I am going to make a video on that as well. My biggest concern is the doors not fitting properly and rattling so I am going to have to make sure I measure everything 3-4 times to make sure that doesn't happen... I also got the tubes pre-bent from Trail Tubes.

What other videos do you think would be helpful to make?


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Why bother with boring stuff like fenders and doors. The D in DIY also means Design, so why show how to make generic parts. I never saw a bumper like mine, or a console, or a skid plate, or a soft top, etc.. Why duplicate what's in a catalog, get creative.

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post #3 of 3 Old 04-27-2017, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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Why bother with boring stuff like fenders and doors. The D in DIY also means Design, so why show how to make generic parts. I never saw a bumper like mine, or a console, or a skid plate, or a soft top, etc.. Why duplicate what's in a catalog, get creative.
Plans also include front bumper changes, rear bumper changes, rock rails, high lined front flares, cage, skid plates, seat brackets, etc.

If I have the patience I might start working on some electrical projects as well

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