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  • #16
    Clamptite Clamp Making Tool

    Clamptite Clamp Making Tool












    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAKaBVl_9o0&feature=player_embedded"]Clamptite Tool - Clamp Making Demonstration - YouTube[/nomedia]

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    • #17
      Good, good thread!
      sigpic
      1978 CJ-5 Golden Eagle, Stocker (1585 on LSJC Jeep Rater)
      1964 CJ-5A Tuxedo Park (3 on the Tree)
      1967 M-416
      2001 F-250 Powerstroke 4x4

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      • #18
        SPOD for TJ and JK - Best Wiring Solution EVER!

        Well I struggled with where to post this until I found this thread.:nodyes:

        I am about to enter the next stage of my build where I'll be running elockers and a couple sets of lights, etc. I really hate drilling my dash and running a ton of wires in and out of the firewall. I have been doing some searching on the topic of wiring harnesses that would be a central point to route everything under the hood and haven't had much luck finding a quality product...until now.

        I was on the phone with the guys at offroad evolution in California and they referred me to a small company based in Cali that created this little gadget shown on the link here:
        http://www.4x4spod.com/category_s/12.htm

        It mounts between the sunvisors: (all aluminum casings and bolt on)


        Also see the you tube video here:
        [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqzQ5abD2yk"]sPOD Introduction video - YouTube[/nomedia]

        WOW. What an amazing product for my application. I will automatically utilize at least 4 of the 6 switches within the next couple months. When you order the unit you can actually pick what color switches you want. I know many of us out there would like to have something simple like this. Is it pricey? Absolutely. For me, the quality and painless addition of electrical accessories more than justifies the price.

        There are a couple of writeups on the install process out there and you can actually download the official install instructions as well. I personally spoke with the manufacturer, John, to ask some questions. Great guy. He and Cinde were more than helpful and very nice folks. They got it built and shipped the next day (each is made to order). It's nice to find an extremely functional QUALITY product from great folks! Mine is on the way and I can't wait to install it. I will have pics up when I do!!

        I just wanted to share this with you guys because I think this product deserves some recognition.:sp_ahhh:

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        • #19
          Vector Off-Road Multi-Purpose Table (MP Table)

          Vector Off-Road Multi-Purpose Table (MP Table) LINK

          Description:

          The Vector Off-Road MP Table (Multi-Purpose Table) installs to any vertical surface with a minimum surface area of “29-1/4” x 11-1/16”. When stored in the closed position the table only protrudes a maximum of 1.25” from the mounting surface. The working area of the table is 11" Deep x 27.5" wide.

          Designed to provide maximum usability in a light weight and slim package, the MP Table incorporates ¼” holes and slots to allow the use of QuickFist™ Clamps and Molle Straps for mounting trail gear, tools and pouches to the table. There are also convenient holes along the outer rim of the table for hanging your cooking tools if you are using the MP Table as the base of your kitchen. To quickly deploy the table, remove the two knobs on either side of the table, fold the table down, and place the knobs back on the studs.

          The MP Table is laser cut and manufactured in the USA from aerospace alloy aluminum. All of the mounting hardware is high quality stainless steel and is easily field serviced. Even the cables are 100% stainless steel and polymer top coated to further prevent rust and fraying. The MP Table will provide you with many years of trouble free service.

          The MP Table is sold standard in a black powder coat finish. Universal Application

          Drilling is required for installation and installation hardware is included. Blind installations (ie. JK Wrangler tailgate). 25/64" DRILL BITS and RIVET NUT INSTALL TOOLS are available separately. A JK Subwoofer relocation kit is also available.









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          • #20
            Some cool stuff here. Here's my little addition. How many WD-40 straws have you lost?

            http://www.hold-it.net/

            And, for the replacements...

            http://www.littleredstraw.com/

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            • #21
              3-Process Capability: MIG, Stick and TIG

              http://www.thermadyne.com/Thermal%20...t_features.php


              The new Thermal Arc Fabricator 181i is the only product of its kind. It features MIG, Stick and TIG welding capabilities – complete in one integrated portable package

              Last edited by Ben E; 05-18-2012, 07:47 PM.

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              • #22
                DIY WELD TOGETHER QUICK RELEASE FIRE EXTINGUISHER MOUNT - $35

                woshaw told me about these and I wanted two. the ebay add said they only had one left so i contacted the seller. he only charged me for one, but sent me two.
                great american company, that i now love.

                http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI...m=330727344885





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                • #23
                  Lifetime warranty engine mounts for YJ, TJ, XJ

                  http://browndogindustries.com/XU2569...it-Rubber.aspx


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                  • #24
                    Fumoto Engine Oil Drain Valve

                    http://www.quickoildrainvalve.com/



                    Fumoto Valve P/N F101N for TJ w/6 Cyl
                    Fumoto part number F101N, the "N" stands for nipple. This nipple is so that a hose can be attached to allow draining cleanly to a drainpan in remote location (or to prevent draining oil all over your skidplate). I suggest using the "N" version, as it will assure a mess-free oil change. The nice feature of a Fumoto valve is that it has a (reliable) safety lock on the lever to prevent the valve from accidentally letting out all of your oil when you least expect it. The Fumoto valve tucks up nice and safe above the engine skid plate so it stays out of harms way, yet the nipple keeps everything clean during an oil change.

                    You can see in the animation above, how the Fumoto valve operates. Even with the nipple this valve still is safely tucked within my engine skidplate, you can see that in my photos below. Installation is a breeze, just time this install for an oil change before you install the engine skidplate. All you have to do is wait until all of the oil is drained and then thread in the Fumoto in lieu of the OEM drainplug. I put some loc-tite on the threads to ensure a tight fit and seal (also use the provided blue gasket). Be certain to not overtighten the Fumoto, the factory torque specification for the oil drain plug is 25 ft. lbs.



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                    • #25
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                      I came across these solid steal grab handles and had to have them. My wife has finally stopped complaining when she climbs up into my jeep. Say goodby the old flimsy webbing handles that everyone else sells.
                      http://www.welcomedistributing.com/GrabHandles

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                      • #26
                        Thanks for the tip, I'm due an oil change and I just ordered one of these to install at that time. It should make it all much simpler in the future.
                        sigpic2000 Red TJ, 4.0L, Smittybilt XRC8 winch, 3" OME suspension lift, 1 1/4" Body lift, Rockrails, Antirock swaybar, Teraflex bellyup skid, Front E-lockers, rear D44 with ARB lockers on 35" Goodyear Kevlar MTR's.[/SIGPIC]

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                        • #27
                          So your Jeep may sit for several months at a time and you hate starting it dry:
                          http://www.petersonfluidsys.com/filter_mount.html
                          sigpic
                          1978 CJ-5 Golden Eagle, Stocker (1585 on LSJC Jeep Rater)
                          1964 CJ-5A Tuxedo Park (3 on the Tree)
                          1967 M-416
                          2001 F-250 Powerstroke 4x4

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                          • #28
                            http://www.4wheelparts.com/Side-Step...pn=VCC710XX924

                            Nice jeep step that can be removed

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                            • #29
                              I'm relay enjoying being part of this group, learning a grate deal.

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