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Finally got some protection! Stole the parts from a K5. What could I use on the backside for a spacer besides washers? Looks damn cheesy :roll:

Also notice the lack of saddle tanks :thumb:
 

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use a 1/2" bolt and then use a peice of heavy wall .5" tubing, Kinda like how I sleved the bolts in my frame



Looks good by the way :thumb:

I picked up some big sheets of 3/16" alminum to make a skid plate for my tranny, t-case and gas tank. BLING BLING YO :rotfl:
 

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or get a peice of 1x2 .25 wall square tubing, cap the ends off, drill a few hole's and put that in there
 

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get a peice of 1x2 .25 wall square tubing, cap the ends off, drill a few hole's and put that in there
That's kinda what I was thinkin' Keep your eyes open for a small piece like that :thumb:
 

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shoot, I have the right skid plate on my burb for ya. :banghead:

With what ya have on there I'd go with the piece of tubing.
 

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whats the actual size that it needs to be? if your at work today run it by the orchard store after 12:00 an I'll take a look at it. :deal:
 

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nevermind i just looked, I have the dual hump crossmember :oops:
 
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