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Old 05-04-2012
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New member/vendor.

Hello all,

I make doubler kits and clocking rings for RBV's and working on a few other products. I like to hear customer suggestions.

I hope to build a company rig this fall starting with an explorer.

I'm working on getting some ads up. I need to know where to send my artwork, and why my status still says Stage 1, when I paid for a year of Stage 3.

Jake

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Welcome to RF!

Once you become a vendor, we are excited to see some of the products that you will offer.
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You already become a vendor, or just plan to? I have not heard of any new vendors.
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hey, i'll be down your way this summer, in etown.
If you want to build my truck into a company rig I'll let you sponsor me

haha and welcome.
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Hey no problem. You make a $934 donation to the Pay My Bills Foundation.

Ha ha ha
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Welcome! suggestions? maybe something that alot of people here can uses. i know we only have a few guys doing doublers. some nice strong motor mounts and trans mounts would be nice for the SOHC 4.0L, and even a make your own bumper kit.
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yeah bumpers are always nice, sliders too, either bolt on or weld on. Coilover conversion kits would be popular too, we got a guy here that has a source to make some of the stuff but can't hurt to have someone else making them.
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Welcome to the site!

PM an admin about becoming a vendor if you have not already done so.
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Welcome! suggestions? maybe something that alot of people here can uses. i know we only have a few guys doing doublers. some nice strong motor mounts and trans mounts would be nice for the SOHC 4.0L, and even a make your own bumper kit.
Hmmm. I'm a big fan of front engine mounts. They bolt on up front with your accessories. They free up a lot of room for headers, steering, turbo, etc... But, I'd have to take a good look at some RBV frame rails.
The scrap yard sells make your own bumper kits. Just kidding. I've built a couple of bumpers, but my favorite was for my brother-in-law's toyota. It was an air tank bumper with the valve tucked away from damage. You can't just build a bumper, it has to be a _____ - _____ bumper. Something with an additional function. You're adding considerable weight to your vehicle so it should also gain function.
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Im building a 83 Ranger truggy right now and it has a 302/C4/1354. Your StongBox has my interest. I want to retain my push button 1354 but need a doubler so I can keep the 3.50 gears in my d44/9in for easy street driving.

If you could PM me about your box I would like to see what you can do for my setup and what it would cost me. Thank you.
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Here is a video of another customer running a 1354 Strong Box.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3ec...e_gdata_player

Next week I'll be finishing up on 2 more 1354 Strong Boxes.
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