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Pinchweld covers

What do you guys recommend? Think I'm gonna buy a set.





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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-20-2007, 05:09 PM
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I found a set here on the web, I wasn't much for the flames, but they looked killer.

http://www.deaknbuilt.com/pinchweldcovers.asp
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Right on Jacob. I saw those too. I think I might look into the plain ones that were poliched.





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http://www.garagepartsguy.com/produc...eld_cover.html

These are the ones I would go with, I just can't seem to cough up the money to do it.

Lets see more chrome, or more power?
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if you can make that one work somehow... let me know i will do the testing!!!

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I made my own for less than 40.00 for both sides.

The LED's are optional.

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[QUOTE=BamaSixGun;58496]I made my own for less than 40.00 for both sides.

The LED's are optional.

Well, I want to know more please

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These are the ones I would go with, I just can't seem to cough up the money to do it.

Lets see more chrome, or more power?
Chrome won't get ya' home.....


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I made my own for less than 40.00 for both sides.

The LED's are optional.

Well, I want to know more please
i used some 1 1/4" X 1/8" aluminum stock from Lowe's. Drill the holes for the tube steps, and then bolted, not screwed, the LED lights on to really tighten the aluminum up next to the pinch welds.
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i used some 1 1/4" X 1/8" aluminum stock from Lowe's. Drill the holes for the tube steps, and then bolted, not screwed, the LED lights on to really tighten the aluminum up next to the pinch welds.
Looks good, might have to do that to Ma's truck!


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