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Old 09-20-2009, 05:37 PM
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I am looking to make some Pinch Weld Covers to put some lights on anyone got pics or how the fabbed theirs up ?
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I am looking to make some Pinch Weld Covers to put some lights on anyone got pics or how the fabbed theirs up ?
I bought mine but I don't have any daytime pics. Lights are mounted to them in my sig
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Old 09-20-2009, 05:40 PM
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Hey Goose if ya find a good pattern or some pre mades let me know!
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i was browsing online and i cant rember where but i saw a that basically looked like to threaded studs that went through the pinch weld and just fasten it on the back but I am thinking just get some metal and then use some rivets or should i use bolts?
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i was browsing online and i cant rember where but i saw a that basically looked like to threaded studs that went through the pinch weld and just fasten it on the back but I am thinking just get some metal and then use some rivets or should i use bolts?
Mine bolt on but the bolts are welded to the back of the cover for a smooth look
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eric is it just a flat piece or is it square
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eric is it just a flat piece or is it square
If you're talking about the cover itself, it's flat
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Theres a how to link in this thread Pinch weld cover? You just have to join the ntxpsa forum to view it
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did u make em?
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Old 09-20-2009, 05:56 PM
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screw that dave too much work
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