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Old 08-17-2013, 10:59 PM   #1481
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Do you have a write up for how you installed those D2's Or duallys, or whatever they are? Or did you just drill a hole? lol. I'm thinking that might be a viable option for my 40"...
At the moment I do not have a write up on how I mounted the Duallys. In short I bought a pre-cut flat bar at Canadian Tire with pre-drilled holes. It was $6 and it can be found in the automotive section.

I cut two 5'' pieces off of the bar and then drilled a hole on each side of the radiator housing thing. I mounted each bar, and then mounted the Duallys onto the bar.

Pretty straight forward. I plan to take the bars off one day and spray paint them black (I used black PD but it started coming off when I tightened the bolts). When I do this I can take pictures of the whole process and do an actual write up.

If you decide to mount your light bar before I do this write up feel free to ask me any questions. If you lived closer I could help you in person.
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Old 08-18-2013, 03:02 AM   #1482
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Ok, I figured it was something as simple as "drill a hole." hahah. Not really much of a write up needed I suppose. If I can find the right type of L brackets tomorrow at Canada-land Tire, I should be able to have it in place no problem on the bottom portion. And then I'll prrrrrrobably put some dually type lights in the same spot you've got yours. Because excess is better... Sigh.. I think I have a problem :/

Also, the offer of help is appreciated, damn that distance!
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Old 08-18-2013, 11:43 AM   #1483
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I was in zama a couple months ago for work so yah there are crazy ppl that live that far north of e-town lol.
i worked in zama too a couple of years ago. won't do that again.

was with global well services, based out of drayton valley at the time.
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i worked in zama too a couple of years ago. won't do that again.

was with global well services, based out of drayton valley at the time.
You work....? We thought you just talked about that zeon 12 winch of yours..
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You work....? We thought you just talked about that zeon 12 winch of yours..
Lmao!!!!!!!
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You work....? We thought you just talked about that zeon 12 winch of yours..
har har....

and what do you do for work?
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har har....

and what do you do for work?
more then sit on my *** in a loader

fabricate, and install commercial aluminum windows/doors/glass
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more then sit on my *** in a loader

fabricate, and install commercial aluminum windows/doors/glass
Yup, I learned how to break into Buffalo Wild Wings via the front door last weekend..
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Yup, I learned how to break into Buffalo Wild Wings via the front door last weekend..
:O I do not know these things you speak of.. :p
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