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Rockridge 4wd 02-24-2012 10:47 AM

Rockridge 4WD bringing WF...The Sweetest Clamp In The WORLD!
 
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Check these bad boys out!




Rockridge 4wd has found the latest and most innovative mounting solutions for just about everything! Introducing Quick Fist® Clamps to our product line up is exciting and we know that our customers will think so also. These clamps are made in the U.S.A and are very affordable and will take the headache out of mounting so many oddball items like shovels, axes, flashlights, fishing poles, air tanks, jerry cans etc... These are all items we used to have to spend hours making mounts in our garages. Quick Fist® Clamps are made from heavy duty transportation grade rubber, and are not effected by hot or cold weather climates and they are U.V. resistant.

Now tell me you don't want to get you some of them! :dance:

Rockridge 4wd 02-24-2012 10:48 AM

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This happens to be my deal for the rest of the month! CLICK HERE to go check out the mounting kit. I think you will find it to be just the right amount of clamps to do a rig...



CLICK HERE to check out the full mounting kit listing on our site.

Rockridge 4wd 02-24-2012 12:23 PM

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Here are some examples of what offroad guys are doing with these...



Rockridge 4wd 02-24-2012 12:25 PM

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Examples of how Firefighters are using Quick Fist...



Special Discounts for Emergency Departments that purchase in bulk. Visit www.rockridge4wd.com!


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Rockridge 4wd 02-24-2012 12:28 PM

Sorry guys, I'm just really in love with these clamps, but I hope all the pics have given you an idea of what can be done. Its really endless. RV's, Boats, Fishing, Hunting, Jeeps, Storage, Emergency Crews, Contractors, Landscapers, etc....

Give me a call or email!

Rockridge 4wd 02-29-2012 04:02 PM

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OK guys, I got Quick Fist in stock and I started playing around with them last night. They are awesome. Took me all of 1-5 minutes to mount each clamp depending on where I put it. These things are awesome in so many ways its not even funny. You will notice that all I'm using to mount these are #10 Self Tapping Hex Head Screws and 1/4" Bolts with washers and nylock nuts. There will be a series of posts because of the amount of photo's I took. All of these are installed on a 2010 JK Unlimited. Sorry for the goofy items I was playing around with, :rofl: it's because at 10:30 last night I couldn't figure out what I wanted to put where because its infinite. The mounts that are holding the flashlights and shotgun round :D are the MINI & can be found here.


Rockridge 4wd 02-29-2012 04:08 PM

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Need extra interior lights? How about mounting one like below in your ol' CJ or YJ?

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Gotta have a shovel for the kid! :thumb:

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Yep, need a flashlight back there for when you need to dig through your tool bag...

The pipe is more of a demonstration to show that these can hold some weight. This is about 18" long and 1.75" .250 wall. I tried to budge it and its solid! One self tapper for each clamp. That's it!


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If you mount your clamps right here you will actually be going through double thick sheet metal and its much more solid.

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Clamps used for the pipe and shovel are the "Original Quick Fist" and can be located here on the website.

Rockridge 4wd 02-29-2012 04:11 PM

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NEXT...FIRE EXTINGUISHER MOUNT WRITE UP FOR JKU without SUB. (Same principle applies with any rig...)

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Start by removing the passenger tail light. Only 4 screws and you have complete access.

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Next get a 1/4" Bolt about 3" Long and a washer and Nylock Nut. Be sure to use the included plastic washer. Mark where you want it and drill.

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Easy Access to that nut and just tighten her up. You don't need to get crazy with the tightening. Just to where everything is nice and snug and the clamp feels "secure".

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Check out your handy work & know that you are much safer & smarter! Take note that I butted the clamp up to where the body line comes out right before the tail gate.

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INSTALL TIME 10 MINUTES

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Rockridge 4wd 02-29-2012 04:12 PM

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Features:

Three of our top selling clamps in one money saving package!

Each package contains:

2 MINI QUICK FIST® clamps
4 Original QUICKFIST® clamps
2 SUPER QUICK FIST® clamps

Save $12.60 VS buying the same items individually. Item #90010

8 Clamps Per Package


CLICK HERE TO ORDER or call or email to bundle with additional clamps. It will save you some shipping!

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jstone326 03-05-2012 11:27 PM

Question: I have a pair of these holding a shovel to my tailgate. The problem I have is that when I installed them, I wanted them tight so I tightened the screw on the first one a lot. The screw just squished and deformed the mount. So I didn't make the second one as tight, but now that one isn't as tight. It seems like you can't really tighten them down a lot since you're not mounting a solid object (as in its soft) So the back of the mounts don't sit flush against the mounting surface.

Based on your pictures, it looks like these clamps can be used successfully... what am I doing wrong?

Thanks

Rockridge 4wd 03-06-2012 10:13 PM

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Originally Posted by jstone326 (Post 2108481)
Question: I have a pair of these holding a shovel to my tailgate. The problem I have is that when I installed them, I wanted them tight so I tightened the screw on the first one a lot. The screw just squished and deformed the mount. So I didn't make the second one as tight, but now that one isn't as tight. It seems like you can't really tighten them down a lot since you're not mounting a solid object (as in its soft) So the back of the mounts don't sit flush against the mounting surface.

Based on your pictures, it looks like these clamps can be used successfully... what am I doing wrong?

Thanks

I'm guessing you either didn't use the included plastic washer and over tightened or just over tightened? Mine are really secure and most of them are only held in with self tappers.

jstone326 03-11-2012 09:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Rockridge 4wd (Post 2112263)
I'm guessing you either didn't use the included plastic washer and over tightened or just over tightened? Mine are really secure and most of them are only held in with self tappers.

Yeah I guess I lost the washers, but if I remember correctly, I used metal washers...

old_blue 03-12-2012 08:54 AM

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That bundle is a really good deal considering i paid 25 bucks for just 4 of the small ones a while ago. They work great too!

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Rockridge 4wd 03-12-2012 10:59 AM

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Originally Posted by old_blue (Post 2130956)
That bundle is a really good deal considering i paid 25 bucks for just 4 of the small ones a while ago. They work great too!

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That looks great. Such handy clamps! Have you used them anywhere else?

Rockridge 4wd 04-28-2012 04:13 PM

Bump for the SWEETEST CLAMP IN THE WORLD!

:popcorn:

Jeff
Sales@rockridge4wd.com


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