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I want more updates lol


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Oh just remembered, I didn't see any Hi-Lift jack points.
I think it'd be a nice add, hopefully he'll see this and add them.


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Oh just remembered, I didn't see any Hi-Lift jack points.
I think it'd be a nice add, hopefully he'll see this and add them.


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That would be a great addition. Hope they can be added.

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That winch mount is incredibly clean and sexy. I want one to replace my westin.
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Just want to let everyone know I am reading through everything you put on here. As far as the highlift jack points I like the usefulness but wouldn't be very clean looking with random holes in it. I've also found a product that attaches to the shackle point and the jack that looks much safer then sticking the jack in a hole. The approach angle is better then stock although I haven't measured it. It looks less because the weight of the setup brought the front down around 1/2". I'm looking at adding a bigger spacer lift until I an go all out on the suspension. Also found out today that it will highlift.
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Just want to let everyone know I am reading through everything you put on here. As far as the highlift jack points I like the usefulness but wouldn't be very clean looking with random holes in it. I've also found a product that attaches to the shackle point and the jack that looks much safer then sticking the jack in a hole. The approach angle is better then stock although I haven't measured it. It looks less because the weight of the setup brought the front down around 1/2". I'm looking at adding a bigger spacer lift until I an go all out on the suspension. Also found out today that it will highlift.


That's awesome!

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need this for the canyon
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Just want to let everyone know I am reading through everything you put on here. As far as the highlift jack points I like the usefulness but wouldn't be very clean looking with random holes in it. I've also found a product that attaches to the shackle point and the jack that looks much safer then sticking the jack in a hole. The approach angle is better then stock although I haven't measured it. It looks less because the weight of the setup brought the front down around 1/2". I'm looking at adding a bigger spacer lift until I an go all out on the suspension. Also found out today that it will highlift.
Probably not a product that I'd buy* but I just wanted to commend you on a very clean looking design.





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I just want to know when these are going into production and how soon can I get one...that thing is awesome.
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Like the meme said... Shut up and take my money!

If your doing pre-orders, deposits or what ever please let me know.
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Hey @Boatswagen - any news?
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Perfect bumper...but for the wrong twin.
Needz one for the Canyon.

I think leaving the light setup out of there and just upgrading the existing would make it a bit simpler. More things to break.

Man that looks great.

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Great design, that's a fantastic option for a lot of people.

Updates will be appreciated.

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I'd be in for one of these!

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Rev 2 is in the works, he wasn't a 100% satisfied with the first one.
Life and computer issues delayed the work on Rev 2 but they should be sorted out soon.

All I know is I'm ready but I also appreciate the fact that he's making sure things are 100%


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Updates....I need them

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Still have software issues at the moment. The GM file I have won't play nicely with the software I wanted to use so I'm switching software. Hope to have that resolved soon. Seams like I have done is wait for other people.
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