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    Thank you from BT ULTIMUS MAXIMUS STATUS jeepsr4ever's Avatar
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    About submission

    Here is a place for your submission on product ideas, this is only for members of the forum and cannot even be viewed by lurkers/non-members. If it is a good idea or feasable I will give it a shot. We have FULL manufacturing capabilities so feel free to post any idea. We DO NOT condone hazing or sarcasm of ideas here

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    Re: About submission

    Quote Originally Posted by jeepsr4ever
    Here is a place for your submission on product ideas, this is only for members of the forum and cannot even be viewed by lurkers/non-members. If it is a good idea or feasable I will give it a shot. We have FULL manufacturing capabilities so feel free to post any idea. We DO NOT condone hazing or sarcasm of ideas here
    I like the idea of restricting to member - keeps some of the lurkers from posting and never coming back.
    On that note, I've been in Lakeside CA for the lst 3 days and have seen some neat stuff...and some REALLY STUPID stuff. One of the "common" lifts is doing a 4-6-8" lift on the front only. There's one F-350 with a 22" front and 10" rear lift How stupid is that
    Some of the cool things are the way they wrap shock hoops on some of the 6" lifts. Engineering time for the CJ/YJ's!! I don't have enough experiance with the FSJ's...

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    LOL

    Yeah my CJ7 is odd it has 16"s of lift in the front and 14 in the rear..i need to fix that

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    Can you fab. allum. tred plate? Such as molding, shapeing, cutting, welding, ect. ect. ect.
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    Sure can ...Almost any size and almost any shape. ...within reason...LOL

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    Re: About submission

    Quote Originally Posted by Mudrat
    One of the "common" lifts is doing a 4-6-8" lift on the front only.
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    Ah yes...the "California Slant"...that was popular here about 15 years ago with the rednecks...

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    oil dip stick support

    You can make a simple plate that fastens to the valve cover bolt that will slip over the dipstick to support or hold it in place.

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    oil dip stick support

    You can make a simple plate that fastens to the valve cover bolt that will slip over the dipstick to support or hold it in place.

    Old Rugged Crosser

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    How about an adapter plate to connect a dodge overdrive tranny to a AMC motor

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    You'll need a spacer for the torque converter to make up for the engine to tranny spacer... Doesn't Novak or somebody else make these?

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