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Yeah I do matt. That is really what I wanted to do but I couldn't get it to work out like that for whatever reason. I opted not to mount the stinger until after the 5.4. Is in that way I can tie it into the engine cage and front shock hoops.
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I think it would look sweet with some tube coming out of the grill to the stinger. Your going to have a engine cage correct? Would be easy
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lol if you like it i am glad beard never carried for the stinger...

kinda doesn't work in sand really where you primarily wheel... but what am i to say i dont drive it
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lol if you like it i am glad beard never carried for the stinger...

kinda doesn't work in sand really where you primarily wheel... but what am i to say i dont drive it
Search youtube. There is a jeep Cherokee (i think) that is really glad he had one in the sand.

Its kind of funny because it stops on the front end and doesn't come back down.
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hey beard, how tall is that stinger?
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Search youtube. There is a jeep Cherokee (i think) that is really glad he had one in the sand.

Its kind of funny because it stops on the front end and doesn't come back down.
i was meaning more the roll over part sand kinda conforms lol no so much the nose diving
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hey beard, how tall is that stinger?
around 30"
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i was meaning more the roll over part sand kinda conforms lol no so much the nose diving
It still works in sand, it might sink a couple of inches first but it will still do its job.
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i figured you would wait till after the 5.4 so you dont have to lift it over the bumper lol
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i figured you would wait till after the 5.4 so you dont have to lift it over the bumper lol
**waits for the reply** "I Didn't think about that..."
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i figured you would wait till after the 5.4 so you dont have to lift it over the bumper lol
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I opted not to mount the stinger until after the 5.4. Is in that way I can tie it into the engine cage and front shock hoops.
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i cant figure out why the white shows up
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I am not much into plate on the front bumper
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i cant figure out why the white shows up
I think that looks good
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your answer..
i saw his answer.. i figured it would have less to do with the cage than it would to do with getting in the way.
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I think that looks good
thanks, yeah i think i like it too
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Would you be interested in making one for my 1993 ford ranger. I will pay let me know. I really like it
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