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    Did you get er done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Did you get er done?
    It’s all up in there... just need to grind 2 of the “Bolt Skids” for fitment at the stock T-case skid, then tighten everything... Then I’m going to see if I can get the lower control arm skids welded in today. (Unless somewife or somekids throw a wrench in my plans... lol)




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    Rock Hard Skid bolted up and EVO front Control Arm Skids Welded up. Very pleased with fitment and quality.... My youngest helped me ratchet up a few bolts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Rock Hard Skid bolted up and EVO front Control Arm Skids Welded up. Very pleased with fitment and quality.... My youngest helped me ratchet up a few bolts...

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    Nice job - looks great


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saharaunlmtd View Post
    Nice job - looks great


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    Thanks man!

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    Cobra 75 installed today... went pretty smooth.

    Went through the Vent:
    IMG_5481.JPG

    Fiber wrap to match stock:
    IMG_5484.JPG

    Lifted the hardtop a few inches for room to easily run wire at roll bar:
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    Zip tied the brain... nice and solid:
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    Planned on mounting coupler to the bottom of the dash panel.... but instead put 6” of rubber fuel line around the cable & coupler and zip tied it to the metal support... very solid & cable protected:
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    The cable tucks quickly under the console, then hooking a couple loops takes the stress of the coupler when in use:
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    Power wire through hole in cab and to the battery:
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    Calibrated:
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    Ready for use:
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Cobra 75 installed today... went pretty smooth.

    Went through the Vent:
    IMG_5481.JPG

    Fiber wrap to match stock:
    IMG_5484.JPG

    Lifted the hardtop a few inches for room to easily run wire at roll bar:
    IMG_5485.JPG

    Zip tied the brain... nice and solid:
    IMG_5490.JPG

    Planned on mounting coupler to the bottom of the dash panel.... but instead put 6” of rubber fuel line around the cable & coupler and zip tied it to the metal support... very solid & cable protected:
    IMG_5489.JPG

    The cable tucks quickly under the console, then hooking a couple loops takes the stress of the coupler when in use:
    IMG_5487.JPG

    Power wire through hole in cab and to the battery:
    IMG_5491.JPG

    Calibrated:
    IMG_5492.JPG

    Ready for use:
    IMG_5494.JPG
    Nice job! Where did you get the cloth wrap for the wire? I like it


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    Nice work
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    The Build & Travels of ORION

    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Nice job! Where did you get the cloth wrap for the wire? I like it


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    Thanks! It was leftover that I had... I think Its heat protection wrap that I ordered from amazon.. local hot rod swap meets usually sell it too.

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    Nice looking good.


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