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Hi people, as I joined recently, I have been trying to add some pictures of improvements I made to my 110. Not able to add pictures in to the mesage yet as some people can, maybe I too thick, I have some pictures of my rock sliders I made from some left over stainless steel, not properly finished yet, I have some braces to put in between the box section and the pipe but they are fitted and need a good clean up. I would welcome any comments about the fixing points I used/made. Do I need any more? I also have a picture of the seat rails I made so I could get the seat about 3 inches further away from the steering wheel. These can be viewed in my gallery I think. Any comments or questions I will happily accept or answer. Criticism I can take but will probably give some back. Cheers.

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Interesting to see you've left the ally sill panels on. Most people take them off and mount the rock sliders higher up. I couldn't quite make out where all your mounts went to, but can you stick a hi-lift jack under the sliders and lift the car up without them twisting? Always a useful feature.

The stainless looks good. Oh, and nice winch.

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Hi people, as I joined recently, I have been trying to add some pictures of improvements I made to my 110. Not able to add pictures in to the mesage yet as some people can, maybe I too thick,

I sure you not too thick.

If the picture is stored on your computer, click the 'Browse...' button to the lower right of the white box you type a reply in. Navigate to the picture you would like to add and double click it. Now press the 'UPLOAD' button next to the 'Browse...' button and wait. After a spell of waiting, depending on your connection speed and the size of your picture (must be under 1.95MB) a number will appear in the 'Manage Current Attachments (0)' box. Click the 'Manage Current Attachments (1)' box and a drop down menu appears, use the icon to the far left of the menu with a little '+' sign to add a link to your message, it will be something like '', this is where your picture will appear in your post.

HTH

Chris

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Interesting to see you've left the ally sill panels on. Most people take them off and mount the rock sliders higher up. I couldn't quite make out where all your mounts went to, but can you stick a hi-lift jack under the sliders and lift the car up without them twisting? Always a useful feature.

The stainless looks good. Oh, and nice winch.

I left the sill panels on because I felt that the 80 x 80 box wolud be sticking out too much from the side of the vehicle or I would have to do lots of cutting and notching and welding and the box would bend and would look like a dogs hind leg, as it is, like you pointed out I can jack anywhere along he length of it as its tight up aganst the underside of the out rigger.
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I sure you not too thick.

If the picture is stored on your computer, click the 'Browse...' button to the lower right of the white box you type a reply in. Navigate to the picture you would like to add and double click it. Now press the 'UPLOAD' button next to the 'Browse...' button and wait. After a spell of waiting, depending on your connection speed and the size of your picture (must be under 1.95MB) a number will appear in the 'Manage Current Attachments (0)' box. Click the 'Manage Current Attachments (1)' box and a drop down menu appears, use the icon to the far left of the menu with a little '+' sign to add a link to your message, it will be something like '', this is where your picture will appear in your post.

HTH

Chris

Thanks for that, I will try it out sometime soon to see if it works.

Graham.

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