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Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by cruiserdan, Apr 20, 2003.
Here's the "cats' cradle" lots of pieces here..... :bow:
Here is RH side rear
Here is RH side center
Lastly, a not too good shot of the left front two legs (ran out of film). Todd, I hope these help.........Dan
Does Hanna make a slider for the newer FZJ80s? I've got a 96 and a slider with the cat protection would be nice.
No but Slee does! :G
Sometimes you just have to wonder why people talk when they don't have a clue...
When Ken himself delivered and installed my sliders he mentioned a different set for the 95+ trucks with the inline cats. He said he could build them and that he had.
Thanks for the attempt Wench. At least it added one to the post count, huh? :bow:
Consider the source. :
Rick. I think Ken wil re-surface soon. His site is www.hannaquality.com
Has something changed? From checking out Christo's site, a while ago, it looked like he didn't include cat protection. Thanks for the link Dan.
The site has been down for awhile now. I have it bookmarked and check every now and then. He took a bunch of pictures during the install and mentioned he might use them on his site due to changes in the design since Jim's. I check to see if they are up yet, but to my dismay the entire site is down. :tear:
Rumor is that Ken decided to quit temporarily while he focuses on school. He is supposed to be back in business this summer.
>> Rumor is that Ken decided to quit temporarily while he focuses on school. He is supposed to be back in business this summer.
Not a rumor. I had a direct communication with Ken about a month ago, and that was exactly what he told me.
"Has something changed? From checking out Christo's site, a while ago, it looked like he didn't include cat protection. Thanks for the link Dan. "
the 95/97 bracket that goes under the cat does offer protection for the cat. It is not a skidplate, but with that bracket there, I have not damaged a cat on any of my trucks. Not that it can not be done.
I will try to get a picture of the bracket and add it to the site.