Making a Custom Weight Plate for the Hatch!

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28 Comments

  1. Definitely made one of these at work! Seen your video and started looking up ballasts some guys are running 100-200 lb plates I cut mine out of 1/2 also weighs 79 lbs and can always add weight if needed now to find 79 lbs I can remove from the rear

  2. would have been cooler to let the plate stick out like 2 inches past the bumper to give that ground effect look. I'm sure you seen the bumpers with that lip on the front. that's what I'm speaking of.

  3. lol you guys spend so much time getting the cars to make them go "faster" and yet here you are welding a 77lb plate on the front. why take the insides out to jus add more weight to gain traction?

  4. We have this bar that my dad's friend welded to the back of our boat trailer (Idk what kind of welder was used or anything or what size tubing) but it is extremely strong. It can support the entire boat on the trailer to be dragged on it when getting out of the driveway. Altho it has definetly bent back a tiny bit

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