So I'm on my Christmas/New Year vacation and decided due to the nice weather I'd tinker with the Rhino Ride and add some Limb Risers (aka: Brush Cables, etc...). Reason: The trails around midwest all seem to go through the woods and the older the trail the more overgrown the vegetation. Also, last year I shredded the canvas RRT top while on the overnighter in Moab... Parts: Large and Small two-piece steel collars, 1/4 inch steel rod, (2) SS Turnbuckle, (2) SS rigging clips, SS 1/8 vinyl coated cable, 1/8 Cable Swags and heat shrink wrap. Build: I didn't want to cut, drill or weld anything to the ARB bumper or RR because of rust/structural issues. Researching MUD I found several different types/materials of Limb Risers (LR) that had been constructed, but they didn't appeal to me. So, as I researched the project I found some two-piece steel collars in a machine shop and figured they'd work nicely since they're built to hold some serious loads on a machine shaft. I took a 1/4 rod and heated and bent it into "U" shaped pieces approx. 1 1/2 inches long. Each piece got shaped to fit the collar and then welded to the collar. I used a Dremel grinder to shape the weld to make it look a little better. All the parts and allen head bolts receive a nice coat of black paint. After letting them sit for day I mounted the collars to the ARB bumper and outside edge of the RR, attached the SS turn buckles and ran the cable to the SS hooks, adjusted accordingly. Cut to length and added the Swags and covered them with heat shrink tape to finish them off. Result: I like them. There's enough room to lift the hood without taking them off, but if I need too it's simply a matter of loosing the turnbuckle . They're adjustable to take up the slack that will occur over time. The only thing I'd improve was to add a top rail to my RR to get the LR up higher and over the Snorkel, but then I couldn't get my 60 into my garage...so, I'll retro fit the RR at a later date and then adjust the LR to fit. Enjoy...Good Luck!