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PostSubject: need chop saw / band saw-BAD! ;-)   Sat Feb 27, 2010 10:56 pm

you guys should get a laugh out of this one!

well after 2 weeks and 2 weeks of set backs, I'm down to cutting the front off a winch plate and connecting the wires on the winch I got everything else on,, A-arm plates, skid plates...Bla Bla Bla!

But this winch has fit me from day one between the snow and sub-zero weather and me being so picky I'm down to mounting the winch plate that came with it ......BUT its not going to work with AP's bash guard so I got to cut the front flair mounts off and the small turn up on the front of the plate and want to cut it off clean so "IF" i need to it can be welded back together and not look like crap........

So does anybody have access to a old fashioned chop saw in 50 miles or so of Caryville? if ya got one send me a PM or what ever I dont want to use a torch or saws all now that ive been thru all this crud I wanna do it right!......hehehe

I could have hooked this thing up in about 2 hours, but ohhh Noooooooo!
I built a wiring harness and even mounted the Contactor in the rear box and used rubber grommets where the wires come in, Did my best to make it all as water proof and protected as possable, but with everything going on with my Gf and working on everybody's computers and what not, its just wore out my head
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PostSubject: Re: need chop saw / band saw-BAD! ;-)   Wed Mar 24, 2010 7:13 am

Just a follow up......I got the local Vo-tech school to cut this off for me, even learned something new while I was their!
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