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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-01-2007, 08:04 AM Thread Starter
 
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Well I finally got some time to post up the final results of the Family Crawler. Once I got the paint on it seemed to flow.



The roof came back from powder coating and I was able to do the final install. 120 fasteners later!!!!



The lower links are painted and bullet proof now. 3/4 x .120 sleeved with 1 1/2" x .120 and then 2"x2" over top of that!!!! Not going to bend these puppies.




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This was what it was all about!! The things we do for the offspring!!!!!!



The final bit of BLING! Magellan's new Crossover GPS. I have all the Moab trails, obsticles , Route, Trail Heads and Trip all programmed and ready to go. I even put in the 100 odd Geocaches that are within 25km's of base camp.



Lets hope that I can keep the tires down and the truck all together for the trip. Moab here we come!!!!

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Lookin pretty sweet , family had better appreciate all that work !
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Nice work

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I am in the process of something very similar, (may not look as good though) but I am using the same PRP seat for my youngun. he is only 16 months. looking forward to bringing him to the melt this year
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and I bet your 16 month weighs as much as my 2 year old....hehehe. Madison only weigths 22lbs. If you don't have the seat yet, see if they can custonize it and add a number of holes for the seat belt. I find ours a little too high.
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lil zeppelin is already around 32 lbs, I already have mine and fnd the holes a little high also, but that is where the frame for the seat runs so I will leave mine run over through there, we are going to use some pads like the ones you have and hope for the best.
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