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Old 02-23-2011, 04:29 PM
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Awesome looking X man. Makes me wish mine wasn't a grocery gitter and kid taxi!!
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Looks great.
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Great lookin' X man. I think it needs the nickname "Stomper"
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VERY GOOD LOOKING EX !!

that looks better than some that i've seen with 14 or 18" of lift and 38's-44's. i think it's the use of the cut out flares, and just a moderate lift!
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HOT EX . But you need a rear bumper ,it is like a cat with no tail .
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That looks sweet. Need some power steps or one of them olympic poles to jump in...
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That looks sweet. Need some power steps or one of them olympic poles to jump in...

Some side steps/rock sliders are in the works

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VERY GOOD LOOKING EX !!

that looks better than some that i've seen with 14 or 18" of lift and 38's-44's. i think it's the use of the cut out flares, and just a moderate lift!

I agree...since I do some offroading, I wanted to stuff the biggest tires i could with the least amount of lift to keep the center of gravity fairly low.
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Looks sweet! Nice job. A suggestion on the license plate....bolt a set of clips to the back of the plate (like ones used to hold a broom in the closet) then simply clip it to the rollers on the winch. It works slick, just pop it off when you need to winch...obviously someone else
People have been doing this for years using the Maglite mounting brackets, they work perfect on a roller fairlead.

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The X looks great. You must have alot of faith in the thickness of that ice, that's not exactly a Fiat. I think I'd be a scared Mr. Poopy Pants .
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Great lookin' X man. I think it needs the nickname "Stomper"
Agreed. If you're keeping it white, my vote is for "The Yeti"

It looks unstoppable.
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Man that thing looks good! I would love to have that look, but I have not idea how I would get my baby in his car seat! LOL! I would need a retractable step ladder or something.
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Looks awesome. Park it on a Prius and take a picture...
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Man that thing looks good! I would love to have that look, but I have not idea how I would get my baby in his car seat! LOL! I would need a retractable step ladder or something.

I will let you know.....we are due in mid may

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The X looks great. You must have alot of faith in the thickness of that ice, that's not exactly a Fiat. I think I'd be a scared Mr. Poopy Pants .
There was 18" of ice there...more then enough to be safe.
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Dude. Sweet. Thanks for sharing the swap process.
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Looks good man! Good job!
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