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Old 03-01-2003, 06:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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pics of your home brew shakle reversel

about ot start my build up on my new zuk (waiting to have my garage to be wired to handle my welder) i have done ALOT of search time lately. i was woundering if you "kindfolks " Would mind posting pics of you home brew shakle reversels.

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Old 03-01-2003, 06:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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hey tom heres a few for ya its all 2x4 .25 wall thick but it was free the outsides and inside were then plated with 1/8" and then a 1/4" plate installed to mount the winch


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Old 03-01-2003, 07:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Here is my front hanger
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Here they are together. My front winch bumper acts like a crossmember bolted to the frame and the hangers
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Gee Bill.. thats Purdy.. so when are we doing my LWB?
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Old 03-02-2003, 06:03 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Hey, if this rig is for wheelin', what are all these animal parts doin' in here?
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Gee Bill.. thats Purdy.. so when are we doing my LWB?
As soon as mine is done
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As soon as mine is done


LOL

HEll i should have a samurai then to you can do it for me also
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Is that a little-bitty body mount attached to one of the bolts on your steering box?
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HEll i should have a samurai then to you can do it for me also
Ha ha punk, I think I'll have the last laugh.....





































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Is that a little-bitty body mount attached to one of the bolts on your steering box?
Actually thats the bracket that holds the return line, you have to cut the body mount off completely.
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Actually thats the bracket that holds the return line, you have to cut the body mount off completely.
Any plans to replace the body mount?
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Is that a little-bitty body mount attached to one of the bolts on your steering box?
That's a "low-profile" body mount . I sandwiched a piece of rubber bed liner between the clip and the small bracket mounted on top of the steering box. It is booty fab, but it works. That happened to be the only spot I didn't cut out that had some sort of structure left to the sheet metal.
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Thats pretty how long does it take you to build one of those and price
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Do you guys have any pictures of the shackle mounts of your shackle reversals?
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Old 03-03-2003, 03:47 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Here's mine..

The raw material:


Tacked in:


Winch plate added:


Front bumper added:


frame inverted:


Sorry, I never took a picture of the finished front end. My front axle is moved pretty far forward for firewall clearance. I did not bother to box the shackle mount as it will take a near act of god to bend them.

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Old 03-03-2003, 08:58 PM   #18 (permalink)
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You guys sure do Purdy work

Wow, nice stuff!
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could you post a pic of the rear spring mount . the rotating shackle how it mounts to frame?
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could you post a pic of the rear spring mount . the rotating shackle how it mounts to frame?

This is about the only picture I have, nothing all that fancy.



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