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Old 11-24-2011, 07:53 AM   #31
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A few pics while I was doing the "fitting"
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A few pics while I was doing the "fitting"
Looks good! And familiar lol.

Gonna paint em to keep rust down?

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Old 11-24-2011, 09:26 AM   #33
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The threaded rod and nuts are stainless but if he wants to paint the clamps he can, I already packaged it up!
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A few pics while I was doing the "fitting"
Awesome, I cant wait to get them, thank you.
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I did this same setup by drilling holes through the rollbar, only cost a couple bucks for the bolts and wingnuts
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I did this same setup by drilling holes through the rollbar, only cost a couple bucks for the bolts and wingnuts
Yeah that's a nice cheap way to do it, but just me, I would never drill my rollbars unless I drilled them bigger and welded a pipe in to restrenghten it
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I took the cheap way. Took an eye bolt put a bolt through the eye and fastened it into an existing hole in the rear bumper. Drilled a hole in the foot of the jack, slipped jack minus head into rear bumper. I put a piece of 1 x 2 inch piece of rubber on the opposite side of foot so jack doesn't rattle. Removed the head of the jack and put inside of jeep.
Thats the best Idea yet!
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I mounted mine to the roll bar using 2 piece clamp-on shaft collars from McMaster-Carr, but you can use conduit or muffler clamps as well - just be sure to use the size that fits your cage. These collars were then drilled and tapped to accept a bolt. Add washers, lock washers and nuts, and it's good to go.

http://www.mcmaster.com/#shaft-collars/=ertb2v

I believe it is 2 1/4" Bore size (which is the diameter of the stock cage tube). You can always run a tape measure around your cage bar, then divide it by pi (3.141592653589793 to get a nice exact value).

Do you have a 48" Hi Lift in the pic?
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A few pics while I was doing the "fitting"
Same question, is that a 48" Hi Lift in your pic as well?
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Yep, 48 inch here
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Yep, 48 inch here
K great, for some reason your hi lift looked smaller then mine. Did you get the clamps shipped?
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I never got a chance to go to town yesterday but they will be mailed first thing Monday morning
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I never got a chance to go to town yesterday but they will be mailed first thing Monday morning
Sweet thanks.
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Sweet thanks.
Yeah we got a sick little boy, been busy, but it'll get out Monday for sure
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Looks good!! But will it fit swapped around the other way? Then the springs and pins will be on the bottom, and kinda shielded from the elements a little
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Looks good!! But will it fit swapped around the other way? Then the springs and pins will be on the bottom, and kinda shielded from the elements a little
Are you a fire man? I see your turn out gear in the pic.
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I am!! I've been a volunteer for 8 years now
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Sweet, I am a EMT and a fire alarm operator.
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Oh yeah!! Well "officially" I have been an "engineer" for 4 years now, and am also an emt-intermediate, and on the brink of becoming a high angle rope instructor
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Oh yeah!! Well "officially" I have been an "engineer" for 4 years now, and am also an emt-intermediate, and on the brink of becoming a high angle rope instructor
Sweet, we dont have intermediates in mass, or at least there not recognized by companies. The only thing basics can push is nasal narcan and albuterol treatments, depending where you work.
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Sweet, we dont have intermediates in mass, or at least there not recognized by companies. The only thing basics can push is nasal narcan and albuterol treatments, depending where you work.
We have emt-basic/intermediate/and paramedic levels, and we can do anything under paramedics orders, but usually that means we are "stretcher fetchers" if you know what I mean
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A few pics while I was doing the "fitting"
Good ideas, I will look into it. I used clamps around the pads. Looked cheesy. I guess I don't need the pads back there anyway, i removed the seat.
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We have emt-basic/intermediate/and paramedic levels, and we can do anything under paramedics orders, but usually that means we are "stretcher fetchers" if you know what I mean
Oh I do, lol .
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Received my hi lift mounts today from kfdjason7620. Looks good, install pics to follow, thank you.
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Received my hi lift mounts today from kfdjason7620. Looks good, install pics to follow, thank you.
He man, just a little advice, be very careful fitting them on the roll bar, they will scratch the paint if you try to slide em around.
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He man, just a little advice, be very careful fitting them on the roll bar, they will scratch the paint if you try to slide em around.
Ok cool, thank you.
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I used three pipe clamps and that's done
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