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Old 12-09-2010, 01:21 AM   #1
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Hi-Lift Mounting

Hey guys. I just invested in a Hi-Lift. I want to mount it in the bed, but I don't want to drill any holes. What's the best way to mount it to the inside of the bed?
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I like it, but $75? That's too expensive. That's more than I paid for the hi-lift! Any other suggestions? Do any of you guys keep these things inside your trucks?
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I like it, but $75? That's too expensive. That's more than I paid for the hi-lift! Any other suggestions? Do any of you guys keep these things inside your trucks?
I know a guy that keeps his inside his AC along with the rest of his stuff.
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i keep my 60 well 59" now hi lift
here

made brackts for $8
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How did you attach them though? I'm trying not to have to drill any holes. Attaching some brackets to the rails seems like a good idea, I just don't want to pay $75 to do it.
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what i did was get 2 pieces of flat stock like 1 inch wide...i used like hurricane ties "from home depot"
and got 4 bolts 4 fender washers -"big washers"
2 nuts and 2 wing nuts
i grinded down the bolt head to slip into the channel drilled a hole in flat stock washer and nut "one on each side"
drilled hole lower in flat stock another bolt washers and wing nuts
done
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