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wanted to say thanks to 2scoops, I put out the call for a used rear shock and the board came thru. 2scoops talked to me first and wanted to let him know I recived the shock today

Also wanted to say I love the back seats on the T2's. I had planned to do it since I bought mine in 09, started on it last year then needed the room in the shop and the trooper went into storage. With the shock I nolonger have a hold up and need to bust my butt so I can take the kids out to ride . I went out to the dessert for thanksgiving weekend ,kinda sucked not having any toys while the rest of the group did. We are planning to go out for New Years so I will atleast get the shock in and pay for my tags so I atleast have a toy.

start my list and check it off

1. install shock

2.pay tags

3.oil and filter change

4.air filter upgrade

5.build rearcage

6.mount rear seats

7.build rear floor

8.buy kids seatbelts

9.build front bumper and skid plate.

10.remount headlights on bumper under fenders

I amsure there will be more things but I will check in here and check them off and add new items. Hopefully follow with pics.

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11.mount folding shovel on roof rack

12.mount amo box with hold down on roof rack for tools

13.front storage comparment under hood

14.renforce front cage (already had rollover)

15.install 12v outlet in dash

16. doors

17.nets for rear cage (for kids)

18. finish building 20ft open trailer, all steel deck(my old trailer stolen from shop and tired of borrowing trailers)

19. rock sliders

20.race radios ( never gonna happen,cost too much)

21.shock upgrade (not likely ,due to cost ,well there is 5 yrs down the line)

thought about more of the ideas in my head, guess once its running and useful again I can pick them off the list little by little . May not do much for awhile but have a list and ideas in my head

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wanted to say thanks to 2scoops, I put out the call for a used rear shock and the board came thru. 2scoops talked to me first and wanted to let him know I recived the shock today

Also wanted to say I love the back seats on the T2's. I had planned to do it since I bought mine in 09, started on it last year then needed the room in the shop and the trooper went into storage. With the shock I nolonger have a hold up and need to bust my butt so I can take the kids out to ride . I went out to the dessert for thanksgiving weekend ,kinda sucked not having any toys while the rest of the group did. We are planning to go out for New Years so I will atleast get the shock in and pay for my tags so I atleast have a toy.

start my list and check it off

1. install shock

2.pay tags

3.oil and filter change

4.air filter upgrade

5.build rearcage

6.mount rear seats

7.build rear floor

8.buy kids seatbelts

9.build front bumper and skid plate.

10.remount headlights on bumper under fenders

I amsure there will be more things but I will check in here and check them off and add new items. Hopefully follow with pics.

No problem. By the way, when you get a chance you may want to check the nitrogen pressure in the shock I sent you. I tapped the valve just to make sure is had some pressure--and it did. I wanted to make sure I didn't send you a leaky shock.

I went with a 43" Twisted Stitch rear seat. I can fit all 3 of my boys (8,5,&3) in it. I used lexan for the floor. It is lighweight yet rigid enough for the kids to put their weight on.

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