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Old 03-29-2012, 08:12 AM   #1
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Doing work so I can be lazy later on

I was walking around the back yard the other day picking up sticks and thinking about how glad Ill be to get my jeep back when I relized that I might have a hard time taking the doors off and puting them back on when I get it back. (having a 5.5 rockkrawler lift with 37's put on) Well I just happen to have a good bit of lumber left over from a few projects that I did last year so I figure I might as well bulid me something to stand on when I take the doors off. Maby one for each side so I can just drive up between them.
Yeah I know its not going to be that much more of a pain to handel the doors with the lift but hey Im all about building something like this just to be outside building something.

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HHHmmmm, that seems a little tooo lazy! But, if you have the space and the time and materials, might as well. Be sure to post pictures.
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