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#51 del

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Posted 16 May 2008 - 09:05 PM

This winter I installed the rear lift while I was wintering in Florida. Here are the results.
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and the lift.
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Ended up spacing out the shock mounts out with washers. If I had this to this again I would weld the nuts on the inside to make it easier to replace the shocks.

My Father gave me a spare tyre holder so I guess I am building a bumper next.
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It is hinged on one end so I can open the hatch.

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