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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-26-2007 05:31 PM
sho_greg Any of you ever tried the Metrinch tools?? I have a set and really like them..
11-26-2007 05:12 PM
1BLKJP For TJ's you really only need to have a set of metic sockets and a set of metric wrenches from 12 to 19. That will fit all of the bolts on your suspension etc. Of course there are misc. torx bolts thrown in on the bumpers etc..., but metric is your friend with your jeep.
11-26-2007 07:23 AM
LIVE TO JEEP,JEEP TO LIVE That Makes Sense, But A Least You'd Have A Starting Place And Could Add As Needed.......
11-26-2007 07:13 AM
rketr Interesting...the problem you'd likely run into is that once you start doing modifications, 3rd party vendors would just keep adding required tools to your given list.

Dunno. Makes me want to start keeping track of which ones I use.
11-26-2007 07:03 AM
Jeep Tool Kits.......

Does Anybody Know If There Is A "jeep" Tool Kit Out There? I Mean A Premade Tool Kit With Wrenches And Sockets Etc; Specificly Sized For Jeeps. Instead Of Buying A Crap Load Of Tools For Only One Wrench. I'm Not 100% Sure But I Looks As If There Are A Few Standard Sizes Of Nuts And Bolts, Not Just Willy Nilly Sizes. I Upgraded My Alternator Yesterday And Was Very Suprised That Once I Found The Right Sizes Socket I Didn't Need To Keep Going To The Tool Fit Pretty Much Everything. I Just Thought It Would Make It Easier For The Trail Rides To Have The Sizes I Need Instead Of Taking Everything I Own........

(sorry For The All "all Caps" But I'm At Work And Everything We Type Has To Be In Caps So It's Just Easier To Leave It On.....)

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