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    My DIY limb risers

    We like to go to a spot down a narrow overgrown trail so I thought I would give limb risers a try.
    I would rather use what I have than buy something, so I used some old motorcycle parts.
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    That's a creative use of parts. It looks easily removable. Do you get much wind noise? I've always thought those were mostly for show but curious what you think.
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    Ya, I do notice a little bit of noise but not too bad. I'll find out if they work this weekend.

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    Nice idea. My buddy had the same setup but attached to the brush guard of his bumper instead.

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    What did you use on the roof rack? I want to do this on my FJ.
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    I used slightly modified motorcycle hand guard handlebar mounts.

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