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MyNewRoofRack - MadeOfMyOwn :)

Post by L300Foca » Sat Apr 09, 2011 2:56 am

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Re: MyNewRoofRack - MadeOfMyOwn :)

Post by Einstein » Sat Apr 09, 2011 8:29 am

your Rak looks great... lol i wouldnt say that to a gal though hahahah. nice work i want to do something similar to my l400 and make it so that it has places to plug in tent poles so i can tarp it and sleep up there... easyer than moving stuff inside to accomadate a bed, and leaves more room for our huge dog to have somewhere to sleep too.... i cant wait till i can biuld our penthouse.....

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Re: MyNewRoofRack - MadeOfMyOwn :)

Post by L300Foca » Sat Apr 09, 2011 11:09 am

Einstein wrote:your Rak looks great... lol i wouldnt say that to a gal though hahahah. nice work i want to do something similar to my l400 and make it so that it has places to plug in tent poles so i can tarp it and sleep up there... easyer than moving stuff inside to accomadate a bed, and leaves more room for our huge dog to have somewhere to sleep too.... i cant wait till i can biuld our penthouse.....
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Post by Finnegan » Sun Apr 10, 2011 7:28 am

Nice work!
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Post by mararmeisto » Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:56 am

Looks good; very nice. I found a tire step was a handy way to get to the rack, front or back, even though I did have a ladder on the rear door. Don't know if you've got those where you live, but with the image I've provided you could probably make something for yourself (considering you have constructed a complete rack).

It's a strap that goes around the top of the tire to hold the step in place.
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Post by Luna-Sea » Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:31 pm

Well done man!

Right on! 8-)

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Re: MyNewRoofRack - MadeOfMyOwn :)

Post by nxski » Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:49 pm

I wonder if you could use the bolts in the wheel well to bolt in a step that goes around the tire!?
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Re: MyNewRoofRack - MadeOfMyOwn :)

Post by L300Foca » Thu Jun 30, 2011 4:21 am

mararmeisto wrote:Looks good; very nice. I found a tire step was a handy way to get to the rack, front or back, even though I did have a ladder on the rear door. Don't know if you've got those where you live, but with the image I've provided you could probably make something for yourself (considering you have constructed a complete rack).

It's a strap that goes around the top of the tire to hold the step in place.
Nice and very handy, but ill make laderer for back door :) when i catch some time :0
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Re: MyNewRoofRack - MadeOfMyOwn :)

Post by after oil » Thu Jun 30, 2011 8:43 am

and your little farm is so pretty. i like the fence made from cable spools (the round wood) and the buildings made from scrap materials. if North Americans were satisfied to reuse stuff(and grow more food) , we maybe would be in less planetary trouble than we we are

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