itsmehb wrote:Just saw your post on getting stuck, and having your friend diagnose your crank sensor problem. Great friend, then saw this post and read through it. I knew your issue (getting stuck) was with a Gen. 2 vehicle, and this confirms it was a Trooper, not a Rodeo.
itsmehb wrote:I can't seem to get pictures of your build to open on my computer. Are they showing on yours? I get the pics in your first post showing your Trooper. Great looking rig.
RainbowSprinkles wrote:Pretty in the way. Flipping the spare mount isn't hard and no cutting was required on mine after flipping it. Now it is not in the way at all. There is another great thread where I stole the idea from with more pictures. Again, he had to trim the mount to fit the rear wiper, I did not have to trim at all and have used the rear wiper many times since flipping the mount with no issues and full motion.
Do not let this be the reason you don't get 285's. This is literally the easiest mod I have done while upgrading wheels and tires.
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