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post #1 of 20 Old 12-01-2015, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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Move over posers... Make way, for a totally legit "beefy rack"

Trending now... The resurgence (6000 years later) of the ever popular 'Paleo diet' is decadent and indulgent to say the least.. However, the shear volume of daily protein required to stay on track with the regiment has proven to be too burdensome to many... it's certainly not for the meek.... As luck would have it.. The design engineers at KM Safari saw this coming when they conceived the 'Pro Series' made of 2" Diameter High Grade steel tubing with 120 mil. thick walls and cnc machined fastening clamps. This robust rack is truly 'Beefy' in every sense of the word.....Bravo.... Bravo.
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post #2 of 20 Old 12-01-2015, 03:06 PM
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But how do you get it up there........

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But how do you get it up there........
These were literally my first two thoughts !!!!

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But how do you get it up there........
lifted it aint that big lol. you can see the ladder in refection of the back window.

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It would have been way cool having it standing up. Now that would have been ad of the year.
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But how do you get it up there........
PM Esteban, he can elaborate for you.

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Wow, nice work guys. I've been running your old school rack for a couple of years and it's great.

Exceptions to stock:
Skid Row front skid courtesy of Tata's raffle
Custom front bumper dimple courtesy of Mall parking lot
Custom pin striping courtesy of mother nature.

Sent by mental telepathy, and yes I know what you're thinking.

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Thank you....
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post #10 of 20 Old 12-02-2015, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Excavator.... These little suckers weigh up to 400lbs.... He got hit the night before on the road in the fog....
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excavator...
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excavator... they weigh 300-400lbs... maybe JJ watts could have done a clean and jerk to get it up there... not me...
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We could get a pigmy goat to stand up there... but not nearly as cool....
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Cool. The Classic racks are great. The new Congo Pro Series is for true expedition quality.
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Thansk! and no Ribeyes were injured during the production of this photo shoot...
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lifted it aint that big lol. you can see the ladder in refection of the back window.
Yea.... for the photo angle !

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Ok... what is the handle looking thing on the door below the mirror?

EDIT- I checked out your website and now I know.

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Ok... what is the handle looking thing on the door below the mirror?

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C'mon, man! How else are you going to get the roadkill or pygmy goats up there? Gotta have a step!
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A pig on the roof is a great way to keep the jihadist away!
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It's a Hinge Step: Great component for accessing rooftop and other duties requiring a leg up...

get 'em at the following:

http://www.quadratec.com/products/12138_1035_14.htm

http://www.transamericanwholesale.co...&t_pn=KAR60260
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