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Powder coated gun metal gray at Classic Auto Body in Gaithersburg, MD and ready to install. Thanks to Marcus for hookin' a brother up ...again and again and again, lol.

Not the best pic, but I'll post up more during/after install on Friday.


 

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Looking forward to seeing how you install it. Does it come with mounting hardware?
 

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Post up plenty of pictures. I run the Rampage basket and I'd love to see how the Poly one sits compared to the Rampage. Does the Poly basket tilt up or is it fixed in position?

My Rampage tilts but it is kind of low and makes contact with the subwoofer.
 

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Looking forward to seeing how you install it. Does it come with mounting hardware?
It comes with everything you need for installation. The only decisions when purchasing is powder coat or raw, and 2 or 4 door.


Post up plenty of pictures. I run the Rampage basket and I'd love to see how the Poly one sits compared to the Rampage. Does the Poly basket tilt up or is it fixed in position?

My Rampage tilts but it is kind of low and makes contact with the subwoofer.
I'll definitely take photos ...may take some video.


Nice! I'm looking forward to this one. I've had my eye on these baskets for a long time!

I'm glad you decided to go powder coat!

As always, thanks for the support!

Marcus
No brother ...thank you!! The PC color turned out awesome!
 

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Can't wait to see how you've mounted it... I've been looking at them for a while now.
 

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Finished it up this morning. Taking my time, total install time was about 1.5 hours. Leveling the basket was the most time consuming part. Very solid. Looks awesome! There is a depth issue with the fastback top ...trying to figure out options for that.

Anyway ...on to the porn!


Unzip and clear the roll bar pads.




Used to 2x4s to set the basket on.








Attach the side brackets.




Attach the roll bar clamps.

At this time you need to snug all the bolts, remove the basket, mark and cut the roll bar pads where the roll bar brackets attach to the basket brackets. Zip up the roll bar pads and reattach the basket. Level the basket (as best as you can) and tighten all the bolts to instruction specs.












 

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Keeps the window nice an tight...:shitstorm: looks great Eric!
 
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