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post #151 of 195 Old 10-24-2012, 10:50 AM
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Edit: halls pretty much nailed it


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Edit: halls pretty much nailed it

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post #153 of 195 Old 10-28-2012, 01:55 PM
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Pls can someone help me out.

Am driving my friends jeep 2004 rubicon 2 door and as seen am a bit nervous because I feel the tires might just get flatten someday. I would like to know what tool is basically used to remove the spare tire from the rear . As 1 of my friends said that every jeep as a special tool to remove the rear spare tire out. Pls help me as I cannot find any tool in this jeep . Where can I order or get this tool.
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post #154 of 195 Old 10-28-2012, 02:56 PM
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Hi,

Pls can someone help me out.

Am driving my friends jeep 2004 rubicon 2 door and as seen am a bit nervous because I feel the tires might just get flatten someday. I would like to know what tool is basically used to remove the spare tire from the rear . As 1 of my friends said that every jeep as a special tool to remove the rear spare tire out. Pls help me as I cannot find any tool in this jeep . Where can I order or get this tool.
Pics of said tire and lugnut would help.

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post #155 of 195 Old 10-28-2012, 11:49 PM Thread Starter
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Pls can someone help me out.

Am driving my friends jeep 2004 rubicon 2 door and as seen am a bit nervous because I feel the tires might just get flatten someday. I would like to know what tool is basically used to remove the spare tire from the rear . As 1 of my friends said that every jeep as a special tool to remove the rear spare tire out. Pls help me as I cannot find any tool in this jeep . Where can I order or get this tool.
arc welder.

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post #156 of 195 Old 10-29-2012, 12:37 AM
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Pls can someone help me out.

Am driving my friends jeep 2004 rubicon 2 door and as seen am a bit nervous because I feel the tires might just get flatten someday. I would like to know what tool is basically used to remove the spare tire from the rear . As 1 of my friends said that every jeep as a special tool to remove the rear spare tire out. Pls help me as I cannot find any tool in this jeep . Where can I order or get this tool.
lol wut?

Lug wrench?

Telekinesis?

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lol wut?

Lug wrench?

Telekinesis?
By the power of he man!!!

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By the power of he man!!!

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post #160 of 195 Old 10-29-2012, 07:55 PM
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It's supposed to be "by the power of greyskull"



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post #161 of 195 Old 10-29-2012, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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Pls can someone help me out.

Am driving my friends jeep 2004 rubicon 2 door and as seen am a bit nervous because I feel the tires might just get flatten someday. I would like to know what tool is basically used to remove the spare tire from the rear . As 1 of my friends said that every jeep as a special tool to remove the rear spare tire out. Pls help me as I cannot find any tool in this jeep . Where can I order or get this tool.
realistically though, this is not the thread you want to be asking in. best bet would be to make a post in TJ tech or general discussion. people will be more than willing to help you in those areas. you may also want to explain a bit better as to what your issue is (like if you have a strange bolt or something) and pictures are a GREAT help to people who will want to help you.

this particular thread is a "build thread", which are more about a forum user's personal jeep and the modifications/repairs/exploits of the user and vehicle in question. asking for advice in a build thread is kinda like just walking into someone's garage you never met and asking to borrow tools, which is why the advice we have offered here has perhaps been less than stellar (though tinyjeep is incredibly kind in general, so if anyone here is a jerk, it's not him.)

either way, welcome to the forum and good luck. if i had to take a guess, you may have a security lug too, which if you need the key to it, your local dealer will be more than happy to deplete your finances to match for you.

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It's supposed to be "by the power of greyskull"



Just sayin...

how did i mess that up

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(though tinyjeep is incredibly kind in general, so if anyone here is a jerk, it's not him.)
am I being too nice?

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am I being too nice?
not at all sir. it was more a statement to explain that while the rest of us were kinda jerks, you were a good guy about it.

never a crime in that.

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How do you like your mirror re locators? I don't need em but it might go on the list of " nice to have" ( Texas requires only one mirror. Thats my rear view, its nice with out a spare on the tailgate) but looking over your shoulder gets old.

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How do you like your mirror re locators? I don't need em but it might go on the list of " nice to have" ( Texas requires only one mirror. Thats my rear view, its nice with out a spare on the tailgate) but looking over your shoulder gets old.
love them. especially because they give me mounting points for my aux lights. only drawback is that the passenger mirror is completely useless. the only reason i leave it there is symmetry.

though i guess if i have a passenger with me they can use it.

but good hardware. made by warrior. i don't remember if i posted a part number for them in my write up, but if you need it i can find it.

EDIT: here is the link to the product on their site-

http://www.warriorproducts.com/catal...ombo-brackets/

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