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Did the hutch and harpoon today
Finally got around to doing the hutch and harpoon mods today. The mods themselves were a cake walk, what took me the longest was the quick disconnects on the fuel line. Even with the right tool they fought me for some reason. I opted to leave the little screen on the bottom of the fuel pick up, just for insurance.
I also took the time to inspect everything the tank covers in the chassis rail, and give everything I can't get to with the tank on a good coat of paint. All in all, I did the whole thing (drop the tank, mod, and install with the other stuff) in about 2 hours. I didn't have anyone help either, did it by my lonesome and it wasn't that bad to drop and install the tank by yourself, just have to use your noggin. I had about 1/4 tank in it.
Can't wait to fill up and see what I can get in it.
So now it's got me jonesing for another cheap mod, any suggestions?
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E99 SC LB 4x4 auto 7.3
Glow Shift gauges, pillar pod,column pod, Hutch, harpoon, 05 headlights,HPx, FRx, Napa Air Filter, 4" turbo back MBRP straight pipe,CCV, 1 ton crane on bumper, Reading flip top utility body, jersey bars, Modified/ strengthened Vangaurd Ladder rack, telescopic work lights, reverse facing flood lights, quad fogs
Future mods: on board air, inverter with outlets in bed