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Old 06-21-2006
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what kind of brackets did u guys use when its mounted on the side wall in the bed?
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yea did you get those from like summit or soemthing?
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http://www.hi-lift.com/products/locrac.htm

im pretty sure its this kit. is that right?
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It looks like the picture on the Hi-Lift site is the EXACT one posted earlier, so I would say its the same kit
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what's that red box in the corner of the bed??
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what's that red box in the corner of the bed??

maybe a battery box?
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yea i can see that.. its definatly a battery box
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I wedge mine between the side of the tool box and the side of the bed. I don't mind getting it out before a wheeling trip. I don't like carring it all the time, flareside beds are small enough empty.
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thats bad ***!
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I used the "Hi-Lift" brackets they sell on their site... Also makes a good place for a shovel...



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^Nice air tank! Do you have an OBA pump? Or is it like a Power Tank portable Air Tank?

EDIT: Im a retread and didnt read your sig....
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