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Push butting! That sounds like something BadMonkey does on a Saturday Night
Hey! I want you to know my banana comes nowhere near the rear.

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I wish I had seen this thread before I pulled the trigger on a fiberglass roof. I'm happy with mine, don't get me wrong. But having the ability to freely mount things to the ceiling has it's advantages. Post some close up photos of the outside of your Roof Getzy!
 

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I wish I had seen this thread before I pulled the trigger on a fiberglass roof. I'm happy with mine, don't get me wrong. But having the ability to freely mount things to the ceiling has it's advantages. Post some close up photos of the outside of your Roof Getzy!
If I have time I鈥檒l get some more pictures tonight. That is exactly why I wanted to make my own. I can mount things where I want them and saved quite a bit of cash. The Napa bed liner has held up to hitting trees on the trail awesome.
 

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Well finally got around to adding a second battery and switch panel. Battery is under the passenger seat with treated 1x4 to keep it secure. Ran battery cables to the glove compartment where I have a positive and negative blocks. Also has the new fuse box for the switch panel and battery isolator. Added a volt meter for the auxiliary battery and the main battery. Seems to work great and frees up a bunch of messy wires under the hood!
 

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I decided to remove the second battery. I decided to go with an optima yellow top battery. Just didn鈥檛 like the extra clutter with the extra battery.
 

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Tonight I finally got time to work on the dirt limo. I installed 25x10x12 itp mud lite 2鈥檚 on all corners. They defiantly take the cool factor away from when I had my 28鈥 mega mayhems on. But wow. My speed is wayyy better along with acceleration. I do have a slugged wet clutch, sheave and hv weights. Notice a bigger difference now with a lighter, smaller tire. Also, the noise is so much quieter in the cab. No more road noise. Will post pictures soon. Floor mats are done, installed a socket in the glove box for a battery tender, 8 gang switch panel, new tires.
 

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It's coming up great! I love that switch panel, was that custom made for you?
 
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