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Thread: BARE ESSENTIALS : Trying on a Little Something Smaller for Size

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    I like it. Like benact1 said, it looks like a quarter pounder.


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    I was thinking the same thing... actually thought it was a 1/4 until I zoomed in.

    Looks good Eddie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I just looked up what you would need to make this possible and here are a couple links for those of you who are interested. Essentially, you can do this for about $370

    WARN Winch Plate
    https://amzn.to/2OsCn29

    EVO D-Ring Mounts
    https://amzn.to/2unK14i


    You should make them and sell them.

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    BARE ESSENTIALS : Trying on a Little Something Smaller for Size

    Is the winch a warn VR10s,or the warn Zeon 10s


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozzy View Post
    Is the winch a warn VR10s,or the warn Zeon 10s


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    I’m going to guess it isn’t the VR.


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    I’d take that, throw a trek top on it once those are out and never touch a thing ever again. Love it


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    Looks good I also like the clean minimalist look. I don't like too many add-ons, especially purely cosmetic ones, like those goddam grumpers

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    That looks really clean!


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    I like that look!

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    I really like that look too. Probably weighs a bunch less than my DV8 too. Do you have weights for these components?


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    Not sure what has changed but I fucking love the look of it


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