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    Nothing but a Thing TheGrendel's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clifford33 View Post
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    Installed my Evo oil pan skid. Now I just need to install the rear shock mount skids.


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    nice. you'll like the shock mount skids. they've taken some serious hits with no issues. but, they can be a bitch to get on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgBass01 View Post
    Converted from steel to synthetic. Attachment 339806Attachment 339807

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    Looks good.

    I bet it is easier to carry now as well.

    I bought an XD9000, about a month before the XD9000i came out.

    It was a great winch, and got lots of hard use, but I always found myself wishing it was the "i" model. On side pulls, with the standard one, the wire would bunch up and get in a bind against the tie bars, causing lots of grief.

    Too bad someone helped themselves to it while my rig was in storage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    Looks good.

    I bet it is easier to carry now as well.

    I bought an XD9000, about a month before the XD9000i came out.

    It was a great winch, and got lots of hard use, but I always found myself wishing it was the "i" model. On side pulls, with the standard one, the wire would bunch up and get in a bind against the tie bars, causing lots of grief.

    Too bad someone helped themselves to it while my rig was in storage.
    Way easier to carry now! Unbelievable how much of a difference it made. I was debating mounting it on my bumper before the swap because I was tired of lugging it around. Now it's no big deal other than the fact it takes up room in the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AgBass01 View Post
    Converted from steel to synthetic. Attachment 339806Attachment 339807

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    Nice iv also been wanting change my cable to synthetic.


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    I went with the $99 Auxmart one on Amazon. 95ft 20k lbs rated.
    Quote Originally Posted by Clifford33 View Post
    Nice iv also been wanting change my cable to synthetic.


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    Trimmed and painted my fender wells.
    Also put a fresh coat of paint on my sliders.


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