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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    City/State
    Highland, IL
    LJ Year
    2006
    Year Purchased
    2012
    Posts
    159

    Locker pump relocation mod.

    I know there's many write-ups on this, but here's how I did mine. The big difference is I reused the original bracket. I moved the pumps from underneath the bracket to on top. And even after bending, drilling, and trimming, I could probably still put it back the way is was.

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    I also made a bracket to hold the wires and hoses like the pump bracket did.

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    Last edited by 1 Long TJ; 10-30-2015 at 02:19 PM.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2015
    City/State
    Les Escoumins, Qc
    LJ Year
    2005
    Posts
    86

    Re: Locker pump relocation mod.

    We relocated to pu,ps the first year the rubi came out on my friend TJ. We installed them under the driver seat, but attached to the seat springs.

    We were affraid that they would not survived mud, water, branch and tree stump.

    Nice job!

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