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Pics of my Tuffy collection

4x4x289

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If you are considering Tuffy, here are some pictures of a project that I just completed. I purchased all of my tuffy parts from Windrock. Windrock might not be the cheapest guy in town, but they were very friendly to me, provided fast shipping and great service. 7 pics total
 
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Tuf.023-01 This is a 6.5” wide console, narrower than the ones normally sold for broncos. I needed this narrower one to fit between my seats. It’s a tight squeeze. I’ve got sliders on my seats, so I positioned my seats slightly inboard to clear my middle cage hoop.
 

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Tuf.023-01 again. I fabricated the fire extinguisher mount from a rubber hood tie down, a trailer axle hood perch, and some other misc hardware and steel. It limits the opening of my console lid to 90° but then again, so do my seats.
 

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Tuf.031.01 Wheel Well with Tuf.034.01 Drink Holder. Great fit. I modified the lids to be bifolding so that they clear my cage, and I added arm rests and drink holders.
 

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Tuf .039-01 Storage Trunk. Kinda small but matches the angle of my rear beard seat perfectly. I fabricated the seat and storage cradle of my cage with this box in mind.
 

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last pic.
Also, for $24.99, I have one key to rule them all.
 

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Now that is an awesome collection, very nice !
 
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DownhillManiac99 said:
You need to tell us more about that back seat and the seatbelts. ;D

Seat is a Beard SuperBench - BH, w/ head rests, 39" wide, Sport Pleat, Back-Flint, Arm-Flint, Center Black, w/sliders (sliders that are normally used with front seats, -I added a longer cross rod, on a homemade removable seat cradle, cradle secured with 11/16?? (cant remember anymore) grade 8 bolts. The seat belts are also attached to the cradle and are removed when removing the seat. The seat belts are Corbeau Black 3 point Retractable Snap from Jeffs. The rear cage cross bar is removable.

One problem I have with these belts is that the return spring is weak. The belts get caught up in the slots. I need to find/fab a shoe horn of sorts to open the slots.
 

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I thought that was a Beard but wanted to make sure. Im looking into them and I want the head rests and 3 points to match my front set up but havent seen anyway to do it until this. Besides the weak retract do you like it?
 
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DownhillManiac99 said:
Besides the weak retract do you like it?

The shoulder straps stay attached, only the lap belt comes apart, so they are a pita to get in and out of. If you don't need this feature, you might consider something that comes apart, someting like the Crow Belts.
 

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Looks terrific!

I have a couple different Tuffy accessories. Here is a pic of my 10.5" center console and front speaker box:

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I also installed some rear speaker boxes on the wheel wells:

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And my rear storage box. It's small but it comes in handy.

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I also have a tuffy glove box that I have yet to install.
 
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finally done. No more tuffy products to install. This is a cj box, modified.
 

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Buckin74

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I'm sure we all would like to see complete pic's of your rig --- From what I can see, you have put some thought and time into it

Good Job
 

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I'll third that request. You did a great job on the tube work for the cage. It really does seem very well thought-out, as I'm sure the rest of the truck is.
 
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