Middleton_Sasquatch

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  • Analog HD wheels
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  • Rock rails
  • Sasquatch fender flairs
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  • 2 inch lift kit
  • Tow Hook Brackets
  • 3rd brake light extension
Middleton Sasquatch
  • One stock 7 foot Sasquatch
  • Painted Grill



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sniffHound

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LOL! Awesome. How did you get the paint for the grill? Is it FOrd paint of a match?
 

ColoradoGuy

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Did you do anything to the flares and other plastic trim? It looks a little darker.
 

710-oil-614

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2" lift just the spacers? My only issue with the selfsquatch conversions is that they are for looks primarily. Taking that off road would significantly stress the factory parts and any travel in the suspension could impact proper geometry.
 

ChrisCozart

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Nice looking rig but I think we may be over using "self-squatch" and "sasquatch conversion" since the terms seem to refer to only a lift and bigger tires, but nothing to do with front/rear lockers, upgraded dana axels, gearing, or upgraded suspension components.
 
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pan-y-cerveza

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2" lift just the spacers? My only issue with the selfsquatch conversions is that they are for looks primarily. Taking that off road would significantly stress the factory parts and any travel in the suspension could impact proper geometry.
I'd wager that most of the factory Sasquatches are for looks as well.

Spacers and 35s are a heck of a lot cheaper if you'll never use the gearing, the lockers, the suspension, etc.

Something for everyone.
 

Broncojy

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Love the painted grill.

Can you post a link for the tow hook brackets?
 
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