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SyKaTurbo

posted on 6/8/07 at 12:48 PM Reply With Quote
Modified Sierra Rack

Anyone done this themselves?

Any pics of the job?

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Kev99

posted on 6/8/07 at 03:55 PM Reply With Quote
I did mine

Copied the rack I got with my kit



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dr-fastlane

posted on 6/8/07 at 05:10 PM Reply With Quote
I did it myself Rescued attachment Rack.JPG
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danro

posted on 11/9/07 at 07:12 AM Reply With Quote
Hi everyone!!

Nice racks
But what did you need to do to them?
How did you cut them?
What did you do to the internal rack itself to get it down to the correct length.
Is it made from hardened steel?
What is the sleeve made from?


.... help!!!!!!

I have a std sierra rack in my garage that is just too long.
I need to shorten it but have no idea where to start.

Would someone be kind enough to post the steps and hopefully some pics so that those of us following in your foot steps can see how to do it?

Much appreciated

Danro






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DarrenW

posted on 11/9/07 at 09:20 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by SyKaTurbo
Anyone done this themselves?

Any pics of the job?



Didnt Mk do yours as part of the kit? Most kit manufacturers ask you to take your donor uprights and rack in for modding prior to collection day.






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SyKaTurbo

posted on 11/9/07 at 09:50 AM Reply With Quote
No. Decided to have a crack at it all myself with the help of a few friends. Just need pointing in the right direction.
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