My build, little by little.

Discussion in 'Offroad Build Threads' started by TheRookie, Jan 25, 2018.

  1. letitsnow

    letitsnow I'm Awesome

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    Ha!

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  2. c1500deathtrap

    c1500deathtrap I try

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    I always liked pulling the bed myself.
     
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    454cid Sooper Pooper

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    That's what I've done twice, but it's still a pain because I don't have anyway to lift it by myself.
     
  4. c1500deathtrap

    c1500deathtrap I try

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    i usually make a gantry out of 2x4's and use ratchet straps or something to lift
     
  5. TheRookie

    TheRookie Newbie

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    Out with the old and in with the new. I wound up heat shrinking the wire connectors and wrapping everything with conduit and electrical tape.
    I was trying to be somewhat professional.
    At any rate, This was a pain in the rear! I might try taking the bed off in the future. Thanks for the advice.

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  6. c1500deathtrap

    c1500deathtrap I try

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    In the future try not to use the plain ol vinyl electrical tape. it turns to a gooey mess around fuel oil and heat. they make a harness tape for that. just google fleece tape.
     

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