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Update on pathy project w/ pics

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So I have been slowly working on the pathy when I have time between working and traveling and my new son. But here is the newest mods, just cut the front and rear fenders, fiberglassed the rear fenders to make smother and then rhino lined over it all. I still need to transfer the rocker guards which will be rhino lined as well, and the snorkel. Then I have a bunch of engine work to do like valve cover gaskets, plenum gasket, spark plugs, water pump/timing belt, and a couple other odds and ends. Here is my progress so far:

 

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Mate that looks friggin fantastic! I'm really impressed with the work you put into it!

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Thanks, it is all starting to come together, just a little longer and it will be ready for the trails again.

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How do you rhino line? What does it do? Never heard of it o.o

Thanks, it is all starting to come together, just a little longer and it will be ready for the trails again.

 

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Seriously? It's bed liner. It's a super common thing trucks have sprayed in their beds to make it last longer, and prevent wear. But it works for cars that's are going to be subjected to body wear.

 

-Kyle

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Bingo, I've got my sides and leading edge of my hood bedlined. There's one guy nearby that has an old GMC pickup completely bedlined for mudding.

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I actually used herculiner but it is pretty much the same thing....

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SFD plus 2" lift. I believe he's also running warn (or similar brand) manual hub lockers. These will help with cv wear. Also, Rockford CV make a thermo plastic cv boot kit as part of a rebuild that is much stronger than the traditional rubber, it's worth looking into.

 

-Kyle

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Exactly, and I am running mile markers. Plus the cut front fenders make the lift look bigger.

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Thanks guys, I had a better look at cv's today and I think they were just old, gonna replace them and get some limit straps. Normal driving, angle is minimal but will top out on bumps.

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