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Grab Bar

Added a grab bar.
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thats for when your passenger pisses you off you just slam the breaks and they bust there head on it lol
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thats for when your passenger pisses you off you just slam the breaks and they bust there head on it lol
lol thats what my friend does to me in his 79 cj.
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Funny don't S-10's come stock with those...?
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isnt that kind of an odd spot to hold on? but cool none the less.
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they have 'em on fire trucks and Full size Chevys about there, well actually they're above the air bag on chevy's but he cant really do that
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And yeah they are there on heeps too.
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lol thats what my friend does to me in his 79 cj.
my friend was borrowing a tahoe and i was getting in the back of it while he was moving slowly had a polar pop in one hand and candy in another so it was kinda awkward getting in, him being a smart *** slammed the breaks and since i was moving to get into it i go face first into the door


i really wish he got it on camera b/c it was actually really funny.
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How is it mounted and reinforced?
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The area it is mounted to is similar to the Wrangler angled metal backing bar below the air bag and trussed into the frame and dash. Basically the existing metal, it's as strong as a Jeep so thats good enough for me. I had 3 TJ's and you could stand on it with the top down.
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The area it is mounted to is similar to the Wrangler angled metal backing bar below the air bag and trussed into the frame and dash. Basically the existing metal, it's as strong as a Jeep so thats good enough for me. I had 3 TJ's and you could stand on it with the top down.


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my wife has one on her Jeep Liberty
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When I rock crawled the TJ my wife held the grab bar with a death grip, that's why this is in the Ranger.
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Sorry i know this is off-topic, but where'd you get those A/C control *****? 'Cause i like 'em!
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my friend was borrowing a tahoe and i was getting in the back of it while he was moving slowly had a polar pop in one hand and candy in another so it was kinda awkward getting in, him being a smart *** slammed the breaks and since i was moving to get into it i go face first into the door


i really wish he got it on camera b/c it was actually really funny.
i did that to someone before! it was soooo funny, he was tryin to get in while i was slowly moving and when i slamed on the brakes he smacked his head right on the piece between the windsheild and door.

nice oh $h1T handle by the way dude
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