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01-31-2010 01:06 PM
IslandTJ
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Originally Posted by Shank2015 View Post
Nice, How many miles do you have on your jeep?
Approximately 100,500.
01-30-2010 09:03 PM
Shank2015
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Originally Posted by IslandTJ View Post
Those fold-able shovels don't give me the leverage I need. Here's where I mounted my shovel. It's for the most part it's hidden and out of the way.

Nice, How many miles do you have on your jeep?
01-30-2010 08:59 PM
thelightguy awsome
01-30-2010 01:02 AM
wasurfer86
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Originally Posted by IslandTJ View Post
Those fold-able shovels don't give me the leverage I need. Here's where I mounted my shovel. It's for the most part it's hidden and out of the way.

thats sweet! guess i know where to mount mine now
01-29-2010 10:16 PM
IslandTJ Those fold-able shovels don't give me the leverage I need. Here's where I mounted my shovel. It's for the most part it's hidden and out of the way.

01-29-2010 10:03 PM
birdhunter A E-tool is better than nothing
I like the shorties with a full size
blade
Just carry it on the trail or
if playing in the snow
they really dont take up much room
01-29-2010 07:40 PM
PecosRiver I have a backhoe follow me whenever I go off road.
01-29-2010 07:35 PM
jgano23 when i go off road i take a "D" handle shovel
01-29-2010 07:28 PM
JIMBOX this is an older pic, but as soon as I'm back in Nevada, I'll put the shovel back on my new front bumper-using "Quickfists"

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Pretty handy there

JIMBO
01-29-2010 07:07 PM
Schmo I keep a shorty on my Jeep too . . . the shovel part is decent sized. I added a braket onto my RockHard tire carrier and keep it there . . . I think it's been on there for a year and a half now . . . used it once to put out a camp fire . . . haven't needed it on the trail . . . do more rock stacking vs. digging out here in So Cal, but it's still nice to have just in case.
01-29-2010 06:59 PM
thetoadLJ all right thanks, and i like ur avatar pic
01-29-2010 06:43 PM
whiteyj I carry a shorty. T-handle, fiberglass shaft, metal shovel bit. For me it happens to work with my Overhead rack where I carry it and a 3/4 axe. Something is better than nothing.
01-29-2010 06:35 PM
thetoadLJ
shovel

hello, im new to the forum so sorry if this is in the wrong section. should i put a full length shovel or an e-tool (foldable shovel) in my jeep to save on space? until i get my back bumper/rack

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