|12-27-2006 08:56 PM|
Did not call on this but you can.
It may or may not have the carrier.
|12-27-2006 04:48 PM|
Ahh, thanks. The only ones I could find were on Ebay amd cost more than ones built for Jeeps.
You got a heck of a deal.
|12-27-2006 04:40 PM|
looks good but i can't believe you have a hummer part on your jeep! JK
your not still running the hummer tire/wheel are you? i know you said you sold it but it was in one of the pics so wasn't sure if it was current.
|12-27-2006 04:30 PM|
Its off an H2. I fabbed 2"x5"x3/16" tube and bolted the carrier to to it.
X=used to be
|12-27-2006 04:24 PM|
X-Hummer? do you mean used to be Hummer parts?
I really need to make a new bumper/tire carrier for Amy before she beats me again and that looks good.
|12-27-2006 04:15 PM|
Just pic your state
|12-27-2006 02:55 PM|
What is the link to them? I hear about it a lot but have never been to the site.
|12-27-2006 02:23 PM|
|4point||I found it on craigs list last summer. I bought it for $125 then turned around and sold the tire for $125.|
|12-27-2006 02:20 PM|
|kg4kpg||Nice...where did you find it?|
|12-27-2006 02:06 PM|
|Scout||Now THAT is really cool!|
|12-27-2006 01:52 PM|
|12-27-2006 01:51 PM|
Just looking to show how X-Hummer parts can be used.