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So why don't you get this thing back on topic and post some more progress pics?
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 Jamie could you not tell Jeff this in person? There is a lot of people that like their yotas same as guys that like their Chevy's and Fords ..... Let me know when you 2 are going to be at the shop. I will be somewhere else if this is always the topic. They are like 2 brothers.

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HAHA got to love the Train wrecks we have got so good at having.
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Im goin a different direction with the fender bars , But Im taking pics of the front bumper and rear as we speak



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 Jamie could you not tell Jeff this in person? There is a lot of people that like their yotas same as guys that like their Chevy's and Fords ..... Let me know when you 2 are going to be at the shop. I will be somewhere else if this is always the topic. They are like 2 brothers.

Well most people dont care what anybody thinks of their rig . I could really care less. What I put in my rig is of nobody elses concern. Dont air my buisness and things like that wont happen.

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tied into body and seat belt bar. Ought to stiffen up body flex I would think


Slider bar down bed





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I thought you was going to leave part of the top on it?
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I change my mind on the hour.....


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Put you some braces in what is going to be right behind your head. Extra support on the b-piller is always a good thing in my opinion. Other then that I like it.
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Like diamond it from the seat belt bar up to the center of the b pillar bar , like the bottom is? Or did you have somthing else in mind?


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Or just one straight up the center?


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I would put an X back there instead of a diamond, but that would be more in the way if you wanted to reach into the back from the seats.
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Convieniece is over rided by not breaking my neck, LoL . Will do


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Or something like this, an X would be stronger, but I love this guys cage



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Punisher? Thats in a BII right? I like the tube work just not the color.

The basics are there in mine , just gotta do kickers to add some strength. Although its stiff as hell right now , Im sure more kickers wont hurt it.

Keep the suggestions coming.

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I would say just put a X in there. I'm not a cage person, thats why my junk went to Brent. Maybe he will chime in here. After all if he ain't scared to test his own work, it must hold up.
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