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04-26-2013 12:12 PM
mrk130
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Originally Posted by 2002TJ View Post
I went with a hood mount from Warrior Products. I didn't want it inside due to already limited space. Theft isn't a problem here, but the cops give out free cable gun locks, so I attached one (keep that in mind for all your exteral stuff. The cops usually have a free gunlock program going on, so go pick up a few).

I bought the Extreme jack, but repainted it all in quality automotive red enamel and baked it on, plus keep the actual jacking mech covered in the HiLift neoprene zip on boot...I soak it in lube every few months, so no rust problems

Here is a pic
Does the jack make any noise with those mounts?
04-26-2013 08:32 AM
TexasTJ3016 Loco I like that mount! Where did you find those large knob bolts to attach it?
04-25-2013 09:48 PM
loco_jeep
2005 TJ Sport

2005 TJ Sport, 4in Skyjacker lift
04-25-2013 08:57 PM
JeepandMud I saw one pic where it was mounted to the inside of the tailgate. Bolted on obviously, but something I'd consider doing.
04-25-2013 04:00 PM
Enemy
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Originally Posted by 2003x View Post
I had member "kfdjason7520" make me a set of the clamps back in November, but wanted to wait till the soft top went on before installing them. They are awesome, fit perfect, and look so much cleaner then the exhaust clamps. Installing was simple on 2003 + TJ's. Just remove the foam under the roll bar padding. Older TJ's won't have the padding. Soft top closes even easier now. I could have mounted it lower, but when the soft top folds back, it fits nicely under it, and on top of the sub box. Here are some pics; if the pics don't work, here is a direct link; 2003X TJ Build !! - Page 53 - JeepForum.com

I need that
04-25-2013 03:26 PM
AZTRAILREADY The Warrior Hood Mounts allow you to open your hood all the way without removing the hi-lift jack. It leans all the way over like normal.
03-12-2012 09:40 AM
CJS98TJ
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kenneth76
Im not sure if your still looking, Quadratc offers an in cab mount.
Search Results - Quadratec
I looked at those but came to realize Iy won't fit. I have spare tire sitting up in the trunk along with tool box and recovery bag and sub. It's packed back there.
03-12-2012 06:54 AM
TJ-chopper I made hood mounts for mine that the jack sits at an angle so the washers still hit the windshield.
03-12-2012 02:27 AM
Kenneth76 Im not sure if your still looking, Quadratc offers an in cab mount.
Search Results - Quadratec
03-12-2012 01:10 AM
CJS98TJ
Quote:
Originally Posted by 2002TJ
You might wanna consider installing gas struts to hold hood open..Us rednecks down here in Lousyiana just grap a stick, or leave the hood off
That's one way of doin it haha
03-12-2012 12:18 AM
2002TJ You might wanna consider installing gas struts to hold hood open..Us rednecks down here in Lousyiana just grap a stick, or leave the hood off
03-12-2012 12:08 AM
CJS98TJ I've got a question. I too like the look of it on the hood but my hood support broke so when I open it it has to lean on the window so would it just be best to fix the hood support. Because I don't know if the jack would hit the window if I leaned it on the window. Any thoughts?
03-11-2012 10:36 PM
2003x I like it on the hood. But was worried about it being exposed to the New England weather here.
03-11-2012 10:36 PM
2002TJ Another view
03-11-2012 10:32 PM
2002TJ I went with a hood mount from Warrior Products. I didn't want it inside due to already limited space. Theft isn't a problem here, but the cops give out free cable gun locks, so I attached one (keep that in mind for all your exteral stuff. The cops usually have a free gunlock program going on, so go pick up a few).

I bought the Extreme jack, but repainted it all in quality automotive red enamel and baked it on, plus keep the actual jacking mech covered in the HiLift neoprene zip on boot...I soak it in lube every few months, so no rust problems

Here is a pic
03-11-2012 08:05 PM
2003x I had member "kfdjason7520" make me a set of the clamps back in November, but wanted to wait till the soft top went on before installing them. They are awesome, fit perfect, and look so much cleaner then the exhaust clamps. Installing was simple on 2003 + TJ's. Just remove the foam under the roll bar padding. Older TJ's won't have the padding. Soft top closes even easier now. I could have mounted it lower, but when the soft top folds back, it fits nicely under it, and on top of the sub box. Here are some pics; if the pics don't work, here is a direct link; http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/2...8/index53.html
01-04-2012 12:00 PM
2003x Awesome job you did with the homemade mounts. I no the roll bar padding is thicker on the 03+ TJs. I had to use a 4" exhaust clamp to get it around the bar with the padding still on, and that fit just right once the nuts were tightened.
01-03-2012 11:05 PM
flyboy161 Alright, so I looked around and read about Hi-lift mounts. I wanted my jack inside protected from the elements. I still wanted to be able to put the top up or down so I chose these.


But $80.00? Are they serious?
So off to Advance Auto Parts

$5.67 !

A little welding...

A little more welding... That is heat shrink on the u-bolts


A little one-sided magnet tape as an insulation

Right side installed for the base of the jack

Left side for the top of the jack
And Voila!

About 3 hours later!
The downer is in order to fold the top I have to remove it all. And if I drive like this...

Forget it...Need bigger clamps!
12-13-2011 10:55 AM
bkelly911 Attachment 82963

I bought the 4xRAC mounts from 4wdparts for $40... I wish I had a winch to put there then I would use the same mounts and move it to the rear bumper.

Buuuuuuut I don't so there it is!

I really like these mounts because they have a hole drilled in the bolt to put locks on. For the wreath.... Cable ties.
12-12-2011 03:15 PM
2003x
Quote:
Originally Posted by bkelly911 View Post
I'm a basic also... Start medic in January!!!
12-12-2011 02:32 PM
bkelly911 I'm a basic also... Start medic in January!!!
12-12-2011 02:25 PM
kylekae One pips clamp at front

Attachment 82817
12-11-2011 06:51 PM
2003x
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Originally Posted by kylekae View Post
I used three pipe clamps and that's done
pics?
12-11-2011 03:38 PM
kylekae I used three pipe clamps and that's done
12-02-2011 05:49 PM
2003x
Quote:
Originally Posted by kfdjason7620

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.
12-02-2011 05:16 PM
kfdjason7620
Quote:
Originally Posted by 2003x
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.
12-02-2011 04:24 PM
2003x Received my hi lift mounts today from kfdjason7620. Looks good, install pics to follow, thank you.
11-26-2011 10:56 PM
2003x
Quote:
Originally Posted by kfdjason7620 View Post
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 .
11-26-2011 10:15 PM
John in Vegas
Quote:
Originally Posted by kfdjason7620
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.
11-26-2011 07:57 PM
kfdjason7620
Quote:
Originally Posted by 2003x

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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