You made the right call. I ended up scratching the plastic on the sides of both seats on the seat belt tensioners. In hindsight, I should have dealt with unplugging the electrical from the seats and just removed them. It probably would have been faster, too.
I had thought about removing the handle, but decided against it for now. It’s still an option, as I leave the tank in its cradle when I’m bringing it along.
The tank does sit on the shelf somewhat. There’s a rubber boot on the tank which has a ridge along it. Without the shelf, that ridge rests...
It’s quite a thread jack at this point, but I’m really curious about your skid configuration. I’ve pondered belly skids and that’s had me hesitate about an LRA tank. You just used the Rock Hard gas tank skid on the other side and it just worked?
I look forward to the pics you mentioned. :)
Depending on your budget, there's the Baja Designs SAE lights which you can wire to your fog light button: https://www.bajadesigns.com/products/Squadron-SAE.asp
I use those on my steel bumper that doesn't have fog light provisions. It gives you more options if you give up the factory fogs...
It's been on there for about two years. Our rust issues here in the SF Bay Area aren't too bad, but I'd say it's had some amount of rust on it for a year. I'm not too worried about it, since it's surface rust. The bearing still works just fine.
Hi! Sorry it took so long to reply. Hopefully you’ve sorted it by now. I remember it taking quite some doing, but I managed to get mine in. There are two spacers and two ends of the turnbuckle, so try swapping things around in various combinations to make it fit. It will fit.
I removed all of my front seat bolts to install my @Armorlite Kail flooring. All of the bolts had red loctite on them. I had visions of sheering the bolts, but was able to get them off with a ratchet. Definitely too much loctite in there.
I echo all of the above regarding just staying below the current draw for #3. Reminder that #1 and #2 are rated for higher current. You can also use relays triggered off the switch if you do need to pull more current.
I have both and I prefer the JScan. It’s a simple decision, though: do you want to use the Tazer live features? Then go Tazer. If none of those appeal to you, save the money and go JScan.
I found myself not using the live features of my Tazer, so I removed it. I don’t miss any of its features...
For something this size and weight, $30 seems perfectly reasonable.
For the T-slot rail, I could see several options: the same place where you have the maxtrax mock-up, along the top or bottom, or on the sides (the later two options would be behind Rotopaxes). I don‘t think someone would use...
Signed up! Looking forward to seeing the prototype. How is shipping going to run for those of us in the States?
You asked about accessories earlier. How about a t-slot rail or two that would allow one to re-use things made for roof racks?
I installed my sider last weekend. There was an issue with the holes closest to the back seat where they were just a little off for me, enough that I had to slot it open a bit wider to get those bolts in. I mailed Diabolical about it and they're going to elongate the holes in general on newer...