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MAKE YOUR OWN!

All you need is a 30 year old trampoline frame, 2" square tubing, chanel steel, a grinder, drill press and welder and you are good to go. Here are the pics:

Started out as this...


Ended up like this...








I am going to rattle can them sometime in the next couple of weeks.
 

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=ACID RAIN= said:
HAHAHA man, that's awesome! Ghetto fab!
Yeah...kinda...but the trampoline frame is fawking thick! Each slider right now is weighing in at about 65-70 lbs each, they are strong.
 

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Nice :)

So try jacking your fj up with them now, see how it holds ;)

Actually, belay my last. I would put some bottom plates on it first.
 

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Bout damn time, what did that take you like 6 months... :rofl:

They look good! :kewl:

Time to start a new slider high scratch mark contest! :xozzy:
 

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Maybe they did....


I saw that FJ on the blue room that you posted up with the Pro Comp 6" lift, the paint job was pretty ****-tastic, but overall it looked pretty cool.
 

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FJAggie07 said:


I am going to rattle can them sometime in the next couple of weeks.
Not too shabby. They sure don't make trampoline's like that anymore.

Hope you are also planning on welding them on to your frame. The way those brackets are designed, those bolts will end up ripping right out with though weight on those sliders.
 

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Interex said:
Not too shabby. They sure don't make trampoline's like that anymore.

Hope you are also planning on welding them on to your frame. The way those brackets are designed, those bolts will end up ripping right out with though weight on those sliders.

those are how the factory FJ sliders are mounted.

Austin
 

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I love creative re-use of materials. Well done ;)
 

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FJAggie07 said:
I saw that FJ on the blue room that you posted up with the Pro Comp 6" lift, the paint job was pretty ****-tastic, but overall it looked pretty cool.
It was definitely more appropriate for that forum...
 

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TacomaNova said:
those are how the factory FJ sliders are mounted.

Austin
Yeah that is what I based the mounts on, I know I only have one bolt in them on that picture, but i put another bolt hole on the top of the bracket also, so there are two bolts in each bracket, 4 brackets, 8 grade 10.9 bolts holding up each slider.... I would think that would be enough?
 

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FJAggie07 said:
Yeah that is what I based the mounts on, I know I only have one bolt in them on that picture, but i put another bolt hole on the top of the bracket also, so there are two bolts in each bracket, 4 brackets, 8 grade 10.9 bolts holding up each slider.... I would think that would be enough?
:clap: lol nice job man
 

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first picture, i thought it was ghetto as hell.

second picture i was amazed. It looks great!!!!!
 
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