Hey Cody, I use them kind of like curb scrappers, to tell me where the edge of the big ARB bumper is. I was going to take them off when I got used to the ARB, but I have really gooten used to them now.Now, I think I get the gist of the antenna/guise markers on the arb, but could I hear the explanation from you Voolhoo?
No problem Ray, see below!Great pics and I'm sure you have great memories to go with them. I would appreciate a shot of how you cut the Tuffy box to fit Subwoofer. I was about to order a box but saw your post. Thanks.
Thanks much...Good job Vince! :bigthumb:
Thanks Tim :bigthumb:Nice set up Vince....You are my inspiration for ordering the tuffy box.
Hey Tony, I bought the tractor from my neighbor, the son of Walter Knott. The tractor was originally owned by Knotts berry Farm. I am the second owner. I really does run great.:lol: Where did you find that?! So it'll cut the lawn and aerate it at the same time? I can't believe that thing runs. Cool find Vince.
Thanks Bob - :bigthumb:Vince,
Your rig is just AWESOME! Your ideas mirror mine very closely! As I get some CASH together, you will see the VDB build-up as well! Expedition all the way!
Hi Athena - good advice on the Hi-Lift. I actually don't have my spare ontop yet (that picture is of the ARB rig with a little photoshopping to make it look like my rig). How do you attach the spare up there? I would like to see a picture of your rig with the spare on top. Thanks...as for the rattles on the highlift...we took the plate off and the lever handle.. those seem to be what made all the noise. We've got the spare on the top, I think ourselves and the ARB rig are the only rigs with the spare on top... it's not the greatest on tippy trails. It definitely makes a difference with the weight on top.. but if your main goal is for an expedition vehicle... it should be no problem