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Rust Removal and New Cage

Discussion in 'HardCore Corner' started by fj40tom, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. fj40tom

    fj40tom

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    Jason Kenne at JK Customs just finished my new cage. The bed of my truck was totally rusted out, so he chopped it out. Check it out:

    http://www.jkcustoms.com/latest_projects.htm

    Cheers,

    tp
     
  2. wngrog

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  3. moralien

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    It looks fully bad ass. JK doing quality work as usual. ;)
     
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    nice. i think i saw this on another website that i cant post at. Did you say you were thinking about skins?
     
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    NICE cage!!! Damn. I've been looking high and low for a DD cage I like, that one is nice. Will that cage fit into a full bodied truck? I need to call JK and find out where he's at. Being in Ky is a hindrance for custom parts. Enjoy that.
     
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    JK is outside if Austin Tx. Maybe a little haul for ya but all of his work that I have seen up close and personal has been the bomb.
     
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    woody unhelpful spotter Staff Member Admin

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    very nice....will have to add a few pics to the Cruiser Cages I see!
     
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    i like it a lot. is the front hoop tied to the frame? (i assume it is).

    also, did he put any brackets on there for anything cool? possible fuel cell, cooler mounts?

    jonathan
     
  9. fj40tom

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    The front is tied into the frame, all 6 major points are tied into the frame. As of not there are no extra brackets, but they can be added any time.

    Cheers,

    tp