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How does the trailer work? I grew up on a farm and had to carry them suckers on a tractor.
With the guset im looking at options similar to these i like the tnt better as its more slimer

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I've got the PS Ricochet Rockers on my TJ, bloody good product and the step is handier than i thought (not so much for getting into the vehicle, mainly for standing on when adjusting soft tops, gear on the roof etc)


You're ones look bloody good for a home made set Adam, certainly cheaper than Aussie prices on a pair and satisfaction of doing it yourself...
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I've got the PS Ricochet Rockers on my TJ, bloody good product and the step is handier than i thought (not so much for getting into the vehicle, mainly for standing on when adjusting soft tops, gear on the roof etc)


You're ones look bloody good for a home made set Adam, certainly cheaper than Aussie prices on a pair and satisfaction of doing it yourself...
Cheers Add!ct, yeah couldnt see the point in spending $500-$600 on buying a set when i could build my own for less than $120 only thing i would do different next time is thicker plate, only used 3mm if i make any more would go 4mm at least

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Good idea. You should take your design to a tractor company and farm expo's im sure theres many hobbie farmers that could benefit with that. We used a bourse float to get them around and that was not fun loading them.:thumbup:

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They look awesome, I actually took inspiration from this and made my own too. 4mm plate, 38mm x 5mm tube.



I ended up using all 3 body mounts instead of the rear 2 like the poison spyder kits.

Just wanting to make some small dimple died plates to go over the 2 middle gussets and i'll get them all powdercoated up.
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