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Well maybe not the MOST but certainly very useful...


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Picked this up today at a gas station for 5 bucks. Worked great. It is refillable and the spray nozzle seems durable enough to justify 5 bucks. Took care of 90 percent of the bugs on my windshield too.
 

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I use my Leatherman Skeletool CX more than any other tool. It has a bit set, high carbon steel blade and pliers.
 

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:wavey: I really need a couple of those. I googled but can't find. Guess it's just a gas station novelty type thing. Damn!
I just tried searching for them, too with no luck. I think Newt needs to go back & buy them all up so we can buy them from him :p
 

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Hey Newt, nice Jeep!

I want to add this to the mix. I have tried rain x bug remover windshield washer fluid. This stuff is awesome. This stuff works amazingly well. Also I moved up to 16" wipers, so the reach is a little better.
 

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I bought one of those years ago and the %@&damn thing leaked all over the interior of my Liberty :mad: I tried finding a way to keep it vertical, but it leaked out the bottom and emptied all over the floor of the cargo area anyway. Never again!
 

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I bought one of those years ago and the %@&damn thing leaked all over the interior of my Liberty :mad: I tried finding a way to keep it vertical, but it leaked out the bottom and emptied all over the floor of the cargo area anyway. Never again!
Would a wrap or two of plumbers tape around the threads have helped? It really does look like a cool idea.
 

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Mine also fit perfectly in the little storage bin above the jack. Solves the leak issue if it happens

I will swing by and see if there are any left this afternoon.
 

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Applying RainX every 2 months, works wonder for rain, almost never use my wipers, when I do, it is mainly to wash the bugs off when it rains... :D
 

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I was planning on refilling with the rain x bug wash once it runs out.

Sorry guys the store only had one left.


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And Lefty have me a real good deal on some tires today so I gave it to him. I will keep my eyes open
 

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Applying RainX every 2 months, works wonder for rain, almost never use my wipers, when I do, it is mainly to wash the bugs off when it rains... :D
This is my solution. I hate windshield wipers and I'm anal as hell about my windshield being clean. I use the Rain-X spray cleaner and the Rain-X bug windshield solution in the summer and the anti-ice Rain-X in the winter. After steady use, the stuff impregnates the windshield, so prety soon, I'll never need to use my wipers again. :thumb:
 

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Goodfellow! I was stationed there years ago. Enjoyed it, and still remember the steaks at Zentner's Daughter
 
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