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Fitted my Smittybilt Atlas steps today. I might buy another set now as I'm really impressed with them.
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Just made a mount for my small dual battery, used the unused space over the wheel arch.

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Started on the cage today all in 2in tube, using the Genright cage for the B pillar back as we need to modify the A pillar to extend all the way to the floor so that we can meet Australian racing specs.
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Fitted Teraflex one inch coil spacers on the front to fix the nose down look and finally got out to glasshouse for some proper offroading. Very very pleased
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Removed the 60% backseat, and turned it into storage for my up and coming trips to Tassie and Fraser. I can also fit a full size sleeping pad.
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A few blokes pm’d about removing the back seat. You will need a bracket from “goose gear” (only place I could find one) about $100. Apart from that, pretty easy.
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Mounted up the electronics panel solar panels mounted.
headed bush to test it all out.
Ran the fridges 40lt and 50lt Walcott’s fine and kept everything charged.
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Fitted a Smittybilt XRC light bar mount as well as 4 Stedi work lights and Stedi's 8.5" spotties.



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Woke up to this the morning I was supposed to head out camping.

Had a spare so swapped it over and on the road within an hour. Funnily the passenger couldn’t get their head around the fact I had a spare and still left for our trip.

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