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Thread: Making the B Pillar removable on a 4 door.

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    Nothing but a Thing Saharaunlmtd's Avatar
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    That bumper looks amazing!


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    Not my thing, but I do appreciate the quality of the work and the challenge of the task.

    I think you should make one really long half door though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    That was a shitload of work...I say forget the back seats and bolt in two fridges...one dedicated to beer only...
    Best idea, right there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    I think you should make one really long half door though.
    This right here!

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    I like it! It’s definitely unique as mentioned. A ton of work for sure. Knowing what you know now, would you do it again?

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    I dig it. Looks like an island vehicle.

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    Did you happen to build an access point to switch the lever from spool in, free spool, and spool out?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    That was a shitload of work...I say forget the back seats and bolt in two fridges...one dedicated to beer only...


    Very nice build!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saharaunlmtd View Post
    Did you happen to build an access point to switch the lever from spool in, free spool, and spool out?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saharaunlmtd View Post
    That bumper looks amazing!


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    Thanks, especially since it just started out as a piece of 14x6 by 1/4" thick tube steel from the scrap yard.


    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    I like it! It’s definitely unique as mentioned. A ton of work for sure. Knowing what you know now, would you do it again?
    Yes and No. No because I wouldn't build the same thing twice. But I don't regret doing it. Sure it was a heck of a lot of work, cutting metal and wires not really knowing what I was getting into, but having the confidence that I can make it work. I have a Fuck it Cut it, now I got to fix it mentality.

    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Explorer View Post
    I dig it. Looks like an island vehicle.
    LOL, never cross my mind, but ya I see what your saying.

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