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our 94' RRC LWB, first Rover

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update......ARB and 8K XRC w/ spectra line.
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A couple from earlier this week. Up the Lost Coast and in to Oregon. Crater Lake was still snowed in so we went back down Hwy 1.


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Your truck is looking great Dino. What's the stuff on the rear? Is that a tire carrier? It looks like you're tailgate is down but can't tell from the picture clearly. But I see a tire shaped object there as well.

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Your 94' is lookin killer, brotha! Keep up the great work. I can't wait to have my lwb built. What rear bumper are you rocking?
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the spare tire carrier is a re-purposed bicycle rack. i got it from a friend long ago who sold the patent for this early swing out design to Yakima, this one is an early prototype. i had to build a the part to hold the tire. the top of the bike rack has a "reciever" so it can accept a two or 4 bike carrier. it is light and can be easily removed. easy way to get the spare out of the cargo area and free up some space. i'd like to build a bumper but this will do for now.

Edited by Dino, 25 April 2014 - 04:15 PM.

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everything looks just awesome !
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