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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-27-2001, 01:31 PM Thread Starter
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T-case bucket who wants one?

ppillard got me thinking again about selling these to the public again. Not sure on price yet and a core on Tcase mounts would be nessary at $50. Just feeling the waters right now, so what do you guy's think. It weighs around 20lbs 1/4" steel and bolt on, and comes with renforced mounts. For you do-it yourselfers poss get out of a core charge for a [email protected] kit. If they go they will be avalible soon at a known Vender.
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does this thing replace the tcase mounting arms? thats what im thinking by the picuture, but just making sure... sure looks pretty sweet...

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Right now they use the stock(BEEFED) mounts.

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I fell in love with that thing the first time I saw it!

The best of both worlds, t-case protection and stronger mounts all in one!

I love my Hardcore 4x4 skidplate but I would sell it and buy your "bucket" in a heartbeat!

What will the price be for the "ready to bolt in" model if they are produced?

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Bill,
That's gotta be the sweetest T-case protection that I've seen. Everything is up high and tight, nothing hanging down below the frame. Gotta love that!
I'd definatley be interested in a [email protected] kit.
Let me know how much $$.

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not sure on price, of course I want to make it as cheap as I can (to stay with the cheap Samurai theam). I sold the first ones I made for around $200, but thats with me going to town with a hacksaw and grinder! these new ones will be better than the old ones, I'm constantly thinking on possible improvments so It may be awhile till I start making them. Thanks for the feedback...
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I would buy one if you put them back in production.



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Well put me first on the waiting list to buy one when they are produced. If they sell for anywhere near the $200 range it's a great deal. Don't wait to long to make these or someone will beat you to it!
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Mark me down as "interested".

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Hey Bill, if there is a list, I'd like to get put on it also. that is cool.

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