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CHRAVIS_

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About CHRAVIS_

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    U.S. Mountain
  • My. T.C.'s Year
    2013

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  1. CHRAVIS_

    MOUNTING WINCH INSIDE TC / HELP

    @JackGrimshaw Nice! Thanks for the info- I'll take a peek when we mess about with it this evening!
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    MOUNTING WINCH INSIDE TC / HELP

    Thanks @mrtn! I'm messing with it next week- I'll keep everyone updated!
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    YO PEOPLE! NEW GUY HERE!

    YO TC nerds! My name is Travis Carroll and I'm a Kansas city based advertising photographer. I picked up a 2013 TC XLT a few months ago and am hyped as hell to make it my ideal tool for use on location! (i'm typing this all on location and don't have any readily available pictures of anything just yet- stay tuned) I also have an E36 M3, as well as a Urs6- any other 90's DTM nerds in here? It looks like it was previously used for hauling oxygen tanks, so it came with a pretty solid partition, diamond plated floor, and a few anchors (which I love for mounting in carts and heavy stands) I've recently come across some great wheelchair ramps on amazon (they're amazing and were only $150) but am looking to add more useful things like a winch, ladder rack, awning, integrated power, etc. to make this thing a powerful tool when we're out shooting. Any other photo nerds in the house? or just nerds in general? let's talk about cool shit! hyped to be here- woo! -TRAVIS
  4. YO! I'm going to be mounting a small winch on the interior of my TC to do the legwork of pulling my carts up some ramps- I'm just wondering where the most secure mounting point would be. The winch is a 2500lb harbor freight winch and would be pulling ~500lb on the absolute high end. Any tips would be greatly appreciated, thanks y'all! -TRAVIS
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