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post #1 of 13 Old March 9th, 2010, 07:07 PM Thread Starter
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cool design.
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Nicely done!
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Looks stout! You using it to push stuff?

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Probably uses it to keep the Rhino's out of the way .. LOL ... Good job on the bumper. I like it.
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Looks sick!!

You plan on adding some Skid plates to your A-arms to accompany that beefy brush guard? I see you still have the plastic protection in there.lol
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Looks sick!!

You plan on adding some Skid plates to your A-arms to accompany that beefy brush guard? I see you still have the plastic protection in there.lol
Thanks, that is next on my list.
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Thanks,
I live in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, tons of heavy brush, trees, and mud!
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I live in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, tons of heavy brush, trees, and mud!
then you will definitely need some skid plates for the A-arms.
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Here is mine!
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Is the only mount to the chassis the one seen in the pics?
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It is hooked to the 2" ball on the back and the wench on the front. If I am Plowing very heavy snow I hook Chains from the nerf bars to the pipe on the sides to stop from swinging side to side.
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