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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-28-2009, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
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Junkie's Bed Delete Kits are FINISHED!

Try doing THIS with the stock bed on a teryx...



I went by DASA yesterday to double check fitment of our new bed delete kit before we released them to the public...so I thought I would post up these pictures so you guys who expressed interest know exactly what your getting...

DASA is using my Teryx for the mock up of their new pipes (which kick ass BTW) so this is what I had to start with...


We hauled it out in the parking lot in front of DASA because it was cooler than the warehouse...


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Keep in mind that kit is the angled bed kit we started out with. We have 3 more kits that will be available by the end of net week...a standard bed delete replacement kit with OR without wheel well notch cut outs...and a 48" wide version for builders that want a 48" wide rear seat in their builds...we did a little mock up of the plastics just so we can get some ideas...





Not to bad...still keeps the lines so I think we will go ahead and produce it.

All kits will come with Stainless Steel button head bolts and Nylok nuts for ease of assembly and worry free performance BUT you may decide to have yours welded or use large pop rivets instead. We designed them to be modular so we could save on shipping (FedEx is the only shipper that would work with us) and pass that along to you, the customer. There are plastic caps to cover the mounting holes and we even throw in a couple extras because we know those get lost sometimes.

Total savings is about 70 lbs over stock, so at 7 lbs per HP that's an increase of 10 hp in performance! And installation takes about 2 hours of your time...pretty easy choice if you ask me. Please feel free to ask questions or PM me for availability.
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Well I never payed attention to how the rear seat mounts, I assumed it bolted to the bed, since yours is alluminum, Im guessing the rear seat mount must mount to frame rails or something?
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Well I never payed attention to how the rear seat mounts, I assumed it bolted to the bed, since yours is alluminum, Im guessing the rear seat mount must mount to frame rails or something?
Rear seats, if mounted properly? Should only be mounted to a set of rails incorporated into the roll cage...so as long as yours is built properly? Everything will bolt right into one of our bed delete kits...
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looks good. i am still very interested once i get my fuel cell and a rear bumper worked out (current bumper mounts to the bed.)

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looks good. i am still very interested once i get my fuel cell and a rear bumper worked out (current bumper mounts to the bed.)
E-mail me a picture of it and I'll see if I can come up with anything...
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Went by DASA on Thursday and droped off an HID kit... Nice work on the your ride...

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Went by DASA on Thursday and droped off an HID kit... Nice work on the your ride...

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An HID for me?...Awe you shouldn't have...

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E-mail me a picture of it and I'll see if I can come up with anything...
will try to get you something. i am trying to get it ready to ride this weekend and with work and other events, hard to find any time. I have a few ideas, just need to pop them into Solidworks and take a look at them.

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