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    Limb Risers

    Has anybody seen a P38 outfitted with limb risers?
    I was interested to see if anybody was making these for our vehicles, although I think I can answer my own question.
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    Saftey Devices rack to front brush guard seems to be the way to do it if necessary, but I have yet to see one outfitted in action.
    2000 4.6 HSE - 3" OME 764f/781r, GB dual cardon
    92 Classic - SOLD
    98 4.0 - OME coil conversion 4" lift, 265/75/R16, Dual cardon, 5150 LT shocks, Cb - SOLD
    98 4.0 - DESTROYED
    95 Defender 90 - SOLD

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    http://inteli.com/limb-riser.html

    Take a look at this guys DIY job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rrtoadhall
    http://inteli.com/limb-riser.html

    Take a look at this guys DIY job.
    That is Jim's truck. He put those on so he could dry out his clothes while on the trail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skippy3k
    That is Jim's truck. He put those on so he could dry out his clothes while on the trail.
    I got a couple of swage things to eliminate the saddle clamps, but never got around to putting them together.
    I'm going to dump the vinyl-covered wire and just use regular old wire rope, the covered stuff was overkill anyways.
    And naturally, when I put them on, I don't see a tree for miles, but when I leave them at home, I scratch the shenanigans out of the truck from tree branches. Kinda like having a tool box ensures you won't need any tools.
    And, I've managed to stay dry while on the trail.
    Except for that one time I got stuck in a 4-foot deep snow drift & spent an hour digging her out; but of course I didn't have the wires, so I couldn't dry my pants.
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