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My White Platinum Lariat Build

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Have been following your build and really like all you have done.
I need the particulars on that Rotopax setup. Part number and mounting technique would be much appreciated if you get a chance.



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Thank you everyone. This is what I ordered from Rotopax. I used jack nuts to attach to bed side but had to use 1/4" spacers behind the mount since it's recessed right there;

2 Gallon Gasoline GEN 2
SKU RXX-2G

LOX Pack Mount
SKU RX-LOX-PM

1, 2, 2.25, and 4 Gallon Extension
SKU RX-EXT

2 Gallon Water GEN 2
SKU RXX-2W
 
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Made it through the weekend and the truck survived a 4/10 trail. Had a little rubbing so need a little more dremel work on the fender flares, but otherwise she did great. Had better clearance and turning radius than the Raptor and ended up with less pin stripping. Also hung with the lifted JL's. Now I definitely need sliders, skids and plastidip.

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Got all lights installed and wired to the Trigger 6. Found out Ford now uses micro2 fuses after crimping the add a circuit. Oops.

Also mounted my Hi-Lift and Rotopax.

Getting alignment and oil change today. Aligning headlights today as well. Going camping this weekend to test everything out.

Almost done with phase 1. Just have shovel and ax to mount and replace winch hook with a thimble.

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How did you mount your Rotopax?
 

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Thank you everyone. This is what I ordered from Rotopax. I used jack nuts to attach to bed side but had to use 1/4" spacers behind the mount since it's recessed right there;

2 Gallon Gasoline GEN 2
SKU RXX-2G

LOX Pack Mount
SKU RX-LOX-PM

1, 2, 2.25, and 4 Gallon Extension
SKU RX-EXT

2 Gallon Water GEN 2
SKU RXX-2W
Ah... do you have a picture of this install?
 
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I'll try to get some pics when I clean her up in the next couple days. I need to get photos of the lights too.
 

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I'll try to get some pics when I clean her up in the next couple days. I need to get photos of the lights too.
I'm generally curious to see how/where you fastened the rotopax mount to the sheet metal in the bed. I'm looking at doing something similar. It's doable to reach the back fasteners but it's up there.
 
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It is accessible but might make for a long frustrating day. Although there is a grommet right where I mounted mine so that would help. I just used jack nuts since I had to for the Hi-Lift anyways. It was a 30 min job. Also of note, I have a bed extender so I mount mine horizontal and forward a bit. If I didn't need to clear the rails when the extender was swung in, I would have mounted them vertically and closer to the tailgate.
 

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For you Baja Designs reverse lights did you only wire them into the 6 shooter or are they also tied into the reverse circuit?
 
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For you Baja Designs reverse lights did you only wire them into the 6 shooter or are they also tied into the reverse circuit?
I wired them directly to the Trigger. I use them for off-road and camping. Don't want to blind everyone at the grocery store.
 
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Photos didn't come out great but you get the idea. You can see my washers between the mounting base and extension to compensate for the recess in the bed side.

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BDS intrusion beams are great. I personally wouldn't run without some type of intrusion beam as they are there for safety. Did you already install your Icon tubular UCAs? If not, triple check that all the parts are there. When I got mine they were missing the "buckets" and Icon had to mail them out to me.

I didn't receive bucket brackets with mine and I've got the truck all apart.

Let this be a cautionary tail to everyone else haha
 

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That's for sure. Looks like the frame mounted options are pretty limited right now.

I also need to figure out where to fit my oversize spare. Thinking either roof rack or hitchgate.
Are there any at all? I could only find body mounted online.
 

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