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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 07-10-2009, 07:31 PM Thread Starter
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The Sand Junkie Bed Delete Kits Are HERE!

Finally picked up the final prototype this afternoon...I have been working on these constantly since last October...I know many of you have been waiting patinetly and I appreciate your patience...BUT I knew it would take some time to iron out the kinks and thats why I was reluctant to take anyone's money until I felt we had a decent product. Here's the pics of the standard bed delete kit with wheel well cut outs...I will try and get a couple up with the plastic wells mounted in...










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As you can see the final plastics line right up with the original placement of plastics. Everything that fits in a stock bed should fit in our stock bed delete kit. If your are on the waiting list then I will be PMing you shortly. If you want to get on the list then hurry because the line is already around the block...:icon_thumleft:
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looks good. you ever get a chance to check on what we talked about via email?

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looks good. you ever get a chance to check on what we talked about via email?
Yepp...I'll e-mail you later...
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after looking at this and thinking about what i am going to do to mine, i think the version without wheel well cuts will work the best. from what we can tell, unless running a huge tire, you shoulnt be able to compress the stock suspension enough to get into the wheel well.

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Finally picked up the final prototype this afternoon...I have been working on these constantly since last October...I know many of you have been waiting patinetly and I appreciate your patience...BUT I knew it would take some time to iron out the kinks and thats why I was reluctant to take anyone's money until I felt we had a decent product. Here's the pics of the standard bed delete kit with wheel well cut outs...I will try and get a couple up with the plastic wells mounted in...










Is the bottom aluminum plate heavier than the side walls or are all the aluminum pieces the same gauge?
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after looking at this and thinking about what i am going to do to mine, i think the version without wheel well cuts will work the best. from what we can tell, unless running a huge tire, you shoulnt be able to compress the stock suspension enough to get into the wheel well.
It would be VERY hard to do...not impossible but the shock would be pretty much collapsed past the point of design...

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Is the bottom aluminum plate heavier than the side walls or are all the aluminum pieces the same gauge?
The bottom is the same thickness as the rest 65 thousandths...we do offer the option of a thicker 125 thousandths but it obviously weighs twice as much...but some builders have expressed interest in that option...

Bottom line is that if you want the floor thicker? We can do that...
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OK first ones started shipping today...

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It was said on another thread.

Thicker is better.
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