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Old 10-10-2013, 06:35 PM   #1321
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Old 10-10-2013, 06:38 PM   #1322
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Mine are 1.75" - 0.120" wall square.

I think they look pretty good. Haters gonna hate I guess.





I have 4 attachment points welded to 1/4" scab plates and gussets on top.
I don't think those look bad at all.
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Dafuq is that
Oh young grasshopper watch and be amazed. http://www.bend-tech.com/bt_ez.htm

Bend tech EZ should be plenty for you. Your would waste more tube in a month trying to measure it out then it would cost for bend tech EZ.
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Old 10-10-2013, 07:02 PM   #1324
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Oh young grasshopper watch and be amazed. http://www.bend-tech.com/bt_ez.htm

Bend tech EZ should be plenty for you. Your would waste more tube in a month trying to measure it out then it would cost for bend tech EZ.
Oh wow. Bookmarked!

Gah the Internet makes everything so easy nowadays! Lol
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Oh wow. Bookmarked!

Gah the Internet makes everything so easy nowadays! Lol
It is a great tool Bend Tech has saved me thousands of dollars worth of time and materials.
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Old 10-30-2013, 01:19 PM   #1327
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So... I have a project for someone with metal breaks , CNC, and can add dimple dies as well.

Needs to be on the cheap tho cause I know how much metal and everything cost lol.

I need someone to make a led bar mount that mounts on the cab without having to drill holes. I know there's some roof racks out there that mount with pads and clamp onto the shape of the cab or something like that.

But the catch is, instead of these bars going across the roof it needs to run along the door.
Make sense?
Why I want this made is to mount a 10-20" led bar(blitzpro) along the door to use a camp/trail light.

Why not just build a full roof rack and mount the bars on the side? I don't want the wind noise that comes with a full roof rack.

That's also where the dimple dies come into play. The dimples should allow air to pass through the mounts to make the mount and bar as quiet as possible.

Anyone up for the challenge or know what I'm talking about?
I'd find a local shop to do it but nearest "local" shop is an hour away and would likely charge bookoos of moniez.
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Old 10-30-2013, 01:42 PM   #1328
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when you say it needs to run along the door, do you mean front to back?

if so, a clamp style mount like what thule and yakima use probably won't work. they are very solid, but that's because the bar connecting them across the roof keeps them vertical, but creating side to side rigidity. without that crossbar, you can take those things and easly pull them sideways and right off the roof. also, a clamp that big is a good part of the sind noise. why don't you want to drill holes? a bolt-on mount would be easy to make low profile (a lot less wind noise), and will be stronger. waterproffing holes up there is also very easy.
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Old 10-30-2013, 01:46 PM   #1329
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when you say it needs to run along the door, do you mean front to back?

if so, a clamp style mount like what thule and yakima use probably won't work. they are very solid, but that's because the bar connecting them across the roof keeps them vertical, but creating side to side rigidity. without that crossbar, you can take those things and easly pull them sideways and right off the roof. also, a clamp that big is a good part of the sind noise. why don't you want to drill holes? a bolt-on mount would be easy to make low profile (a lot less wind noise), and will be stronger. waterproffing holes up there is also very easy.
Yes I mean front to back. The regular cabs have longer doors which would allow a good 15-20" to make a mount. The mounting is the part I'd need help with. Yes I understand the reason why thules mounts work by clamping across but is there not a way to mount something similar without going across the roof?

I don't want to drill holes simply because I know a 'no drilling required' mount would also be more appealing to the general public.
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You want someone to design and build it? Ain't gonna be easy unless someone wantsto do it for fun, shops usually charge from around $90-$120 an hour. The racks you are talking about attach on both sides from what i know, so you would have to have it attached to both sides unless you figure a way to mount it inside the cab, but then your weather stripping wouldn't have a good seal.

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So... I have a project for someone with metal breaks , CNC, and can add dimple dies as well.

Needs to be on the cheap tho cause I know how much metal and everything cost lol.

I need someone to make a led bar mount that mounts on the cab without having to drill holes. I know there's some roof racks out there that mount with pads and clamp onto the shape of the cab or something like that.

But the catch is, instead of these bars going across the roof it needs to run along the door.
Make sense?
Why I want this made is to mount a 10-20" led bar(blitzpro) along the door to use a camp/trail light.

Why not just build a full roof rack and mount the bars on the side? I don't want the wind noise that comes with a full roof rack.

That's also where the dimple dies come into play. The dimples should allow air to pass through the mounts to make the mount and bar as quiet as possible.

Anyone up for the challenge or know what I'm talking about?
I'd find a local shop to do it but nearest "local" shop is an hour away and would likely charge bookoos of moniez.
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when you say it needs to run along the door, do you mean front to back?

if so, a clamp style mount like what thule and yakima use probably won't work. they are very solid, but that's because the bar connecting them across the roof keeps them vertical, but creating side to side rigidity. without that crossbar, you can take those things and easly pull them sideways and right off the roof. also, a clamp that big is a good part of the sind noise. why don't you want to drill holes? a bolt-on mount would be easy to make low profile (a lot less wind noise), and will be stronger. waterproffing holes up there is also very easy.
beat me to it.
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Yes I mean front to back. The regular cabs have longer doors which would allow a good 15-20" to make a mount. The mounting is the part I'd need help with. Yes I understand the reason why thules mounts work by clamping across but is there not a way to mount something similar without going across the roof?

I don't want to drill holes simply because I know a 'no drilling required' mount would also be more appealing to the general public.
gotta go catch a flight, but we'll talk more later. we can make something work.
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You want someone to design and build it? Ain't gonna be easy unless someone wantsto do it for fun, shops usually charge from around $90-$120 an hour. The racks you are talking about attach on both sides from what i know, so you would have to have it attached to both sides unless you figure a way to mount it inside the cab, but then your weather stripping wouldn't have a good seal.

good luck!
Yes I'm hoping someone would want to do it as a challenge per say.

Like pretty much someone to think"hmm. Not a bad idea, il see if I can do it". Something to work on after work hours. From fabricator to fabricator. If not then I understand and il just try to do it myself or il make some calls and see if I know anyone within 100miles that would be willing to let me lend a hand during the design and build process.
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Like this is my ghetto sketch of what I'm talking about lol


I know it can be done. And someone may take this idea, make it happen and sell it for big profit to the regular cab guys. But I just want to be the first to order one if so lol. I don't have a sheet metal break to bend the metal properly or CNC to draw up the bends and plates but i would so build it if I could.

Maybe someone would give me a free one or Let me just pay material cost for coming up with the idea !
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Like this is my ghetto sketch of what I'm talking about lol


I know it can be done. And someone may take this idea, make it happen and sell it for big profit to the regular cab guys. But I just want to be the first to order one if so lol. I don't have a sheet metal break to bend the metal properly or CNC to draw up the bends and plates but i would so build it if I could.

Maybe someone would give me a free one or Let me just pay material cost for coming up with the idea !
The few vehicles i have had roof racks on (IE thule, yakima) i have never had a noise issue i say this because i feel that is your best option, then mount your light between the racks. it is the best way to attach something on a vehicle without a gutter or track on the roof line edge. and specially not drilling into the roof. does it have a track?
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Like this is my ghetto sketch of what I'm talking about lol


I know it can be done. And someone may take this idea, make it happen and sell it for big profit to the regular cab guys. But I just want to be the first to order one if so lol. I don't have a sheet metal break to bend the metal properly or CNC to draw up the bends and plates but i would so build it if I could.

Maybe someone would give me a free one or Let me just pay material cost for coming up with the idea !




VVV The rest of it is somewhere among the BS.

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VVV The rest of it is somewhere among the BS.

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His are mounted to his roof rack, that's the easy solution and one I'm trying to avoid.
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The few vehicles i have had roof racks on (IE thule, yakima) i have never had a noise issue i say this because i feel that is your best option, then mount your light between the racks. it is the best way to attach something on a vehicle without a gutter or track on the roof line edge. and specially not drilling into the roof. does it have a track?
Negatory. Rode in my friends truck this weekend with a Thule rack and hated how loud it was. Also not sure if Thule even makes em small enough for regular cabs. I understand there's easier solutions but none of em are what I want. I just want a simple and clean way of mounting my lights without any drilling and without having to get an entire roof rack.

Guess Ill have to make it myself >.>
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