Need to do some serious pressure washing, but it's taking shape. Tool box clips out of rack and will have a full size extinguisher in front of it. Floor jack goes below with another tool box of lesser used stuff. Then 2nd 37" spare to wrap up the senseless package. Also enough space between bed...
Camping challenge! We’re out in the woods in Northern Wisco and RTT is not happy.
Smittybilt RTT, couple years old. Won’t open all the way (base halves will not interlock. Image below is as far as it will go. Not seeing any obstructions.
Needed a clever RTT mount. Used muffler c with upholstery edge molding. Should wrap around the cage and be pretty secure.
cage isn’t quite done, but camping calls! Headed up to Northern Wisco to get Overlandy
The Bay Window Bus was a seven year build that wrapped last summer. Modified or replaced every single part of the car. Dropped 8", built 2L engine, custom interior, tubbed fenders, notched frame, bla, bla bla. Silly car, but makes me smile every time I look at it.
Not a great shot, but you get the idea. Light tabs on all 4 corners and in the middle, all wired internally (will get wired to upfitter switch) Tabs for roof rack and mounts for the obligatory traction boards. Dropped nicely into the bed pockets and bolted in. Once it cures for a dead more days...
The Track Supply stuff wants a bunch more time, even with hardener. Directions ask for 24 hours between coats (Who does that?)! Today’s painting took 9 hours before I could handle it (May be time to find a new brand!)
I struggle with guys like you, what would make you think I DID NOT use hardener? Seriously, why does every guy on the internet need to prove he's smarter than the next guy? Here's a better response: Did you use a hardener?, A 16:1 mix ratio of a matched hardener will help it dry faster and...
Layed the interior black coat on. Time constraints force Using some pretty ghetto Tractor Supply paint sprayed through a $15 HF gun. Coming out oddly good. Downside of this stuff is how painfully slow it dries.