Con-Ferr BullDog mount on 80

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by PKP80, Oct 25, 2005.

  1. PKP80

    PKP80

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    Con-Ferr BullDog mount on 80 Not sitting correctly?

    Have the Bulldog mounts with the 3/4.5" rise on them. In mocking up the brackets found them to lean outward away from the gutter when tightened. I have the plastic guard on the top piece of the mount, nothing on the lower clamp section b/c it was blocking the door.

    There is no weight or anything attached to the mounts currently.

    they are mounted perpendicular to the front and rear start of the sun roof.

    Anyone with this problem? Will it level out once I bolt in some steel and join the mounts together (boxing in)? Any help any ideas appreciated.

    thanks in advance.

    Sam
     
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  2. Texus

    Texus

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    no worries...

    Since They Are Not Joined By Anything..i.e. A Cross Bar... They Will Take The Path Of Least Resistance Right... They Will Be Fine Once All Mounted Up...you'll See...
     
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    Texus, thanks. I was thinking that, but not feeling too sure about myself.. thank you for the re-enforcement.
     
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    I have six of them on my beast and they fit pretty good. Once you put the rack or whatever on they should fit good. Here is a shot of what mine look like after they were mounted. :beer:
     
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