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The good thing about these tipper bodies that have been modified/built to go on a 4x4 is you can keep moving them on to other vehicles as the lads kill them off. The one below has been of two Hilux`s and a Ranger, this is its fourth move :)


Put some slightly deeper sides on it this time and some lashing rings.




And it lives again :thumbup1:





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On 19/01/2021 at 16:51, 5 shires said:

I had it done 6/7 years ago now but it was around 4K.....kept it simple to keep cost down such as not having double barn doors and no chip shield...not having both hasn’t ever been an issue....I will be changing it at the end of the year...she has done me well and is on 225k and went through recent MOT with just a number plate bulb needed.

Mines on 167k 


They just keep going rot out before engines go

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