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post #1 of 5 Old 10-14-2008, 01:01 PM Thread Starter
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Question Ex Cut-Outs

Anyone ever see/do Bushwacker Cut-Outs on an Excursion? The fronts are easy, same as the F250/F350, but the rears are the problem.


The rear Cut-Outs seem to want to go into the back door and then at the top, into the cab. I remember seeing a picture of one but couldn't tell what the guy did to make them work.


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Anyone??????? I know someone here has some info.....

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why not go with the pocket flares and save the cutting???

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why not go with the pocket flares and save the cutting???
I would like more clearance for bigger tires to gain the ground clearance.

There's a day camp my family loves to go to, dirt road, creek crossings, great hiking; we've been going for over 15 years. Idiots are now going in there cars and minivans and getting stuck. As we all know, AAA doesnt leave the pavement so the Dept of Forestry is stuck pulling these idiots out. So the DOF put in a "filter" of boulders and made the trail rougher to get rid of the idiots. I made it...but hit bottom pretty hard getting there. I do heavy towing for work so cant go huge on a lift so I thought this and a mild lift would be a happy medium.

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Weekend bump - anyone??????

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