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What is that green thing on top? Is that what I think it is, a portable container that stores excess battery power? Cleaver......

I like the roof bed to transport full sticks of lumber but not the dually wheels
 

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What is that green thing on top? Is that what I think it is, a portable container that stores excess battery power? Cleaver......

I like the roof bed to transport full sticks of lumber but not the dually wheels
Yeah man, that extra kW juice, thats why its green.. meaning its environmentally friendly :ROFLMAO:
 

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Like that.
But if I get that solar option then I think this might block it. :)
If he redesign the sides to make them more "open" enough so some sunlight should still make it to the solar panel, provided that you don't have the top completely covered. An alternative would be rigid solar panels mounted on top of the cage. Just tossing some possibilities around.
 

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OK, YES!!!

Except for the that solid back part, that will just be a wind trap.

Make it mesh.

And love the bumper, reminds me of the custom one I had made for my old Toyota:

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This is the Cyber truck. Can't use old fashion light systems. I recommend lasers of something. These just looked dated on the truck like the Jerry cans.

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OK, YES!!!

Except for the that solid back part, that will just be a wind trap.

Make it mesh.

And love the bumper, reminds me of the custom one I had made for my old Toyota:

FrontBumper.jpg
Sweet Yota dude! what year?! My first truck was an 85 4wd
 

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Isn't a bull nose to protect the fragile grille and headlights? The CT has no grille to protect and the headlights are recessed behind ultra hard cold rolled stainless steel. And the lights, why would CT need additional lights added? Doesn't the center bar in conjunction with the roof bar already fill that function? The winch on the other hand....
 
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