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I made a skid plate

Made a skid plate today, what you guys think? and yeah i know i need new tires i got some just waiting on doing ball joints and a nice alignment before i put them on.
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Hye bud look sick, any info on how you mounted it would be nice. either PM me or reply on thread, dont care, and any pictures of the mounting locaions would be mad helpful. Im building one out of a street sign and wanted to know how you mounted this
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Looks good. Well whaddya know, I hail from St. Paul as well.
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Sweet snow plow!
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and did you make this on a CNC machine? noticed the ford emblem
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and did you make this on a CNC machine? noticed the ford emblem
Yes i did :) and used bending brakes for the bends.
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Yes i did :) and used bending brakes for the bends.
very nice man, youre a lucky duck to be around equipment like that. And if you could either tell me what you secured to and or pictures would be awesome. OR make me one. haha
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I used a wire feed and just tacked bolt studs on the frame
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what size steel did u use?
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Looks good. As for the tires, you could hold a magnet to them and it'd stay put.
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what size steel did u use?
14 gauge
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Looks good. As for the tires, you could hold a magnet to them and it'd stay put.
hey man those are some high quality drag slicks right there for them 4wd burnouts!!! haha i kid i kid the skid plate looks great man!
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