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    I'm definitely going to check the site tonight. I have a home made Hummer, (BUMMER). It is setup for mud and sand as it is too wide to be a competitive rock crawler. I do have a 12 ton wench to make up for this deficiency.
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    Bringing this back up because I'm in if anyone would like to talk wheeling.
    Mine: Currently wheel a '79 CJ7 back halfed, cage, 37s etc.
    This winter's build: '98 TJ Truggy project. I want a fast mover for when we get to AZ.
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    Have a truggy project as well. It's a 1991 K5 Blazer that's been chopped narrowed and caged.
    I built the trailer it's sitting on also.

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    Very cool door/window work there. Your visiblity is much improved. I like the tube work in the back too. Those hummer BLs on there? I have a set from TrailWorthy but I'm going to have to sell them. I'm throwing full widths under the CJ next month so the 5 x 5.5s have to go. Very cool rig sir!
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    Man - is there ever a lot of work sitting there! Nice job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JolietJames View Post
    Very cool door/window work there. Your visiblity is much improved. I like the tube work in the back too. Those hummer BLs on there? I have a set from TrailWorthy but I'm going to have to sell them. I'm throwing full widths under the CJ next month so the 5 x 5.5s have to go. Very cool rig sir!
    Yes they are surplus double beadlocks that were modified by 66CJDean on pirate4x4.com. He added 3/8" centers and welded a stiffening ring around the lip for protection. The windows are 1/8" polycarbonate
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    Nice rig, I'll bet you have lots of fun with it.
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    Thats a k5 blazer? Great job.
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    I bet that was a job narrowing that body and still retaining the body mounts,if you did.Or did you have to relocate,or make your own body mounts? Nice job on the roll bars and all of the tubing.Also great job on the trailer.
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