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1989commanche

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About 1989commanche

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    Palmdale, Ca

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  1. I ordered this one. Came in today. Looks like it has never been used. I’ll try it out this weekend if I can get around to it. I’m just hoping I have the right cartridge to get readings.
  2. I’ve been so busy at work I can’t think lately. I have not had time to touch my Comanche in weeks. I’ll take them and hope they fit.
  3. That’s a ways up from so cal. My kid went to UC Berkeley. Took many a trip up north then.
  4. I actually have the MT-2500 scanner in a drawer from years ago but I don’t have the adapter. Anyone have one laying around collecting dust?
  5. Well I don’t do anything half @$$. It’s full send or nothing at all. My bumpers are 2X6 1/4” wall rectangular tube. The hitch receivers are welded back and front of the tube. Recovery points are 1X 3 solid Bar stock welded front and rear of the tube. Winch can plug in front or rear of truck. Fed by a 1/0 welding cable on a 500 amp fused connection. Have a set of 20’ #2 welding cable jumper cables I can just plug into bumper. System works really well. Frame reinforced about 12-14” back from bumper mounts with 2X6 1/4” plate. Reinforcing steering gear mounts also. Have had the front end about 4 foot off the ground hanging from big tree testing the bumper and winch mounting. The little end Caps are 1/2 X6 plate. Have bounced them off a few trees and rocks. They do what they were built for no body damage.
  6. I looked at those. Seem to be good quality and decent pricing. Haven’t jumped yet and purchased but I think they are who I’m going with. if you do get one let us know how you like it.
  7. I’m looking at skid row T Case skid and probably the metal cloak oil pan skid. I just don’t want to put the time it takes into making them myself. Plus I don’t have a big enough brake to bend the plate. I guess I could score it 1/2 way bend it and weld it back up. But it all takes time. Working 50 hrs a week doesn’t leave much of that and it’s too hot out. It’s been over 100 outside the last 3 weekends.
  8. Few more pictures. Everything is at a different angle and height on these trucks. What I thought would be a few hour project took about 2 weeks off and on to finish.
  9. Built rock rails a few years ago. 2X2 1/4” wall square tube. Work great.
  10. Looking to add a few skid plates to the ol Comanche. What do you fellers have. Pictures would be great. Doesn’t seem to be many out there direct fit or they are not exactly sure if they will fit or not. I don’t want to spend $200.00 on something I have to cut apart and modify to make it work.
  11. I is. Top of LA county. I’m in Palmdale. Up in the desert. 🥵🥵
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