Weekend project- Hilift Mount (1 Viewer)

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Nothing hardcore, but it was a chance to use the welder and do some fabwork (and not very expensive either, which is always a bonus!). Now I don't have to worry about killing myself or a passenger on or offroad.
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48" jack?


Does that rub your soft top?


Looks secure.


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Dude that is bad ass. Got a buddy with some hardcore angle iron we were tryin to figure out something to do with it...Looks like I've found out what I'm gonna do with it!
 
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Its just short enough not to rub the bikini top I have on it right now, and it does help that I've only got a 48" jack. If I get the longer one, this setup won't work.

The plan is to use hitch pins, possibly put some polyurethane spacers to prevent rattling as well.

Thanks guys.
 
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Thanks guys! The angle of the pics makes that pin look alot worse than it is- its far enough out of the way that shouldn't be an issue. As far as the 60", I've yet to max out my 48", but I also don't do alot of hardcore trails. This might change after I go SOA...
 
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Props Mad Chemist!

Looks nice. Nylon fender washers and wing-nuts might be another option for rattle free, easy access. Just my .02...

Clean install, looks great.

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Not much, a little electricity to run my welder, a few bolts and some scrap steel I had lying around. Maybe 10 bucks?
 

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