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    Quote Originally Posted by blacksox View Post
    Awesome!! Good timing too. What are the wait times with the builders now? I was looking a few months back and everything was back ordered with 6 week waiting list. Keep the pictures coming.
    I have been coordinating with everyone and yes there have been a few challenges. But all very manageable since I knew that going into it.

    Seats are about 3-4 weeks from my order date, they are on schedule to be finished around Easter.
    Lights are no problem, however the 38" E Series is a special order, 7-10 days.
    Cage, roof, doors, bumper all from TMW, waiting list seems to be about 5-6 weeks total from the time my order was placed. The plan with them is to have everything built before I drop the unit off with them (next month). Then I think the standard "two weeks" before I go back and get it.
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    Cool deal. Watching this for the duration.
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    I picked up the new seats and rear bench last week from Twisted Stitch.

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    Removal of stock belts and replacing with Twisted Stitch 4 point harnesses.

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    Removal of rear center console

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    Housing cover to replace rear center console and redirect aux power source

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    A cover plate for under rear bench where center console used to be

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    Nice plan, All Black. As long as you are taking the stock arms off and sandblasting, have them plated like I did on my XP900(cheap strength reinforcement). Any fab shop should be able to do this for 1 hr + materials. I also recomend adding weld washers and gussets to all the suspension pivot/mouunting points on the frames
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    Picked up lights today, one more pair of D2's on the way.

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    Headed to Mesa in less than 2 weeks
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    Excellent. Turning out fantastic.

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    Time is closing in. Parts will be powder coated this week and ready for install next week. I was able to add one more final change (an additional bung on the "c" post for a pair of rigid D2's) for side lighting.

    Also, graphics for the wrap should be finalized in the next day or two, should be a one of a kind

    I guess we will figure out what to do with all of the switches when I get there next week.
    Here is what I have for now,
    1) overhead 38" rigid E-series
    2) front bumper 10" rigid E-series
    3) D2's in front fender wells (right and left on same switch, I think?)
    4) D2's for side lighting on "c" posts (thinking about having them with their own switch for right and left?)
    5) 2 LED whip lights on rear of cage/roof (on same switch)
    6) Dome light switch
    7) switch for back up light
    8) switch for radio (?)

    I shipped some lighting harnesses to be pre wired before I get there to help make my visit with build time quicker.

    I am excited for this to come together, it has been lots of work getting it to this point. I'm falling asleep at night with things spinning in my head as I try to make sure I have not missed anything.
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    Very cool. Wish I was moving as quickly...
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    A sneak peek of graphics...

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