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post #1 of 10 Old 03-19-2011, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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Tuffy Enclosure Pocket Thingie Flag Mount

Getting ready for the PGR mission tomorrow I needed a way to mount a flag while the Jeep is under way. (slow speeds).

I already had a mount that works great - you can either hard mount it or drive a tire on top of it. I use it for tailgating etc...






There are pockets to stow stuff on each side of the Tuffy security enclosures



The flag mount fits perfectly in that little pocket.



Drilled some holes and cleaned up the mount with some black rattle can





Four bolts and its plenty secure.
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Looks like it is meant to be there.... hell.. I guess it is. Will come in handy at the WFTW run in May.





It will be lowered for driving...



I also had some PRG stuff from my MC days...

A windshield banner fits just right on the spare tire



And a reflective arm band fits just right on the snorkel



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Very SWEET!!!

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Much better than a cinder block and hemp rope.

Looks great RG. Drive proud.
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Thanks guys!

They ran a story on the local news here the other day about the Patriot Guard Riders, Showed a Soldier's funeral in Kansas and the awesome site of at least 300 patriots sheilding the ceremony from the cult. They totally surrounded the funeral with a wall of American flags and a couple of them parked and idled their bikes right next to those fuckheads protesting. The site of the American flag "Sheild" was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen. A definete lump in my throat moment..

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Thanks guys!

They ran a story on the local news here the other day about the Patriot Guard Riders, Showed a Soldier's funeral in Kansas and the awesome site of at least 300 patriots sheilding the ceremony from the cult. They totally surrounded the funeral with a wall of American flags and a couple of them parked and idled their bikes right next to those fuckheads protesting. The site of the American flag "Sheild" was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen. A definete lump in my throat moment..

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I may be Canadian, but seeing groups like this doing the right thing for the right reasons makes the world look like a better place.
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Thanks for the comments. Spending a few hours of my time to honor one of our nations fallen is time well spent. We can argue about politics, sports and everything in between but no matter what we cannot forget those who sacrifice their lives for our country.

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I like my mount better but i love what your doing man!!
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Looks like it is meant to be there.... hell.. I guess it is. Will come in handy at the WFTW run in May.





It will be lowered for driving...



I also had some PRG stuff from my MC days...

A windshield banner fits just right on the spare tire



And a reflective arm band fits just right on the snorkel



I use rebar with about 20 zip ties on my spare tire carrier. But thanks for the idea for the windshield banner on the spare tire. Now I need to get one.

I salute a fellow PGR member.

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