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post #8611 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 12:23 PM
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So after the last two times wheeling I have decided that my cheap magnet antenna sucks, just ordered the firestik door jam mount kit, then I guess I will probably have re tune the antenna but oh well maybe I can meet up with one of you with the meter
Which door jam are you gonna put it on?

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post #8612 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 12:33 PM
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Damnit. Now I need 300 dollars worth of snatch blocks.


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post #8613 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 12:43 PM
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Damnit. Now I need 300 dollars worth of snatch blocks.
hahaha!!!!


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Damnit. Now I need 300 dollars worth of snatch blocks.
Hahaha...snatch. lol
But yeah I feel like I need all that now too!

Cheers


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post #8615 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 01:16 PM
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Which door jam are you gonna put it on?
The back gate on the drivers side :-D


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post #8616 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 01:41 PM
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As always, if you need any help, let me know! cheers
Much thanks!!!

Did some more reading last night on the spartan lockers, most of the reviews and discussion on them makes them sound not as bad as I previously thought... I'll wait and see what Mr. Charles has to say when he gets his in.

Getting excited at finally being able to get free time again to get out with everyone again, feels like it's been forever!!!
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post #8617 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 02:16 PM
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Much thanks!!! Did some more reading last night on the spartan lockers, most of the reviews and discussion on them makes them sound not as bad as I previously thought... I'll wait and see what Mr. Charles has to say when he gets his in. Getting excited at finally being able to get free time again to get out with everyone again, feels like it's been forever!!!
also, Missoulalj has a lunchbox in the front. There are the same with exception of material, however I'm not sure if it's his dd.


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Hey I went mall crawling after work lol

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Hey I went mall crawling after work lol
thats not a mall silly


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thats not a mall silly
Ok shopping center lol


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post #8621 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 07:56 PM
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Snatch blocks: You can get the CSI ones rated at 8k for around $35 at Cobalt truck (Bucks gets 49). They work just fine and I have done what is demoed in that video. Slow but effective.
When it gets warmer, would like to get someone to take a couple of pics and I can show you how to make a poor mans Pull Pal winch anchor out of 3 concrete stakes and a 4" length of chain. ($20-25 worth).
I actually carry 4 of the concrete stakes with a link of chain welded to the top to used to tie off a tarp or ez up tent until need for the pull pal.
The length of chain with a hook on each end can be attached to a vehicle without hooks for recovery. Usually around the axle.
Or it can be used with a high lift jack to straighten a bent tie rod or drag link.
Always try to think of multiple uses for an item you carry.
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post #8622 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 09:53 PM
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Snatch blocks: You can get the CSI ones rated at 8k for around $35 at Cobalt truck (Bucks gets 49). They work just fine and I have done what is demoed in that video. Slow but effective.
When it gets warmer, would like to get someone to take a couple of pics and I can show you how to make a poor mans Pull Pal winch anchor out of 3 concrete stakes and a 4" length of chain. ($20-25 worth).
I actually carry 4 of the concrete stakes with a link of chain welded to the top to used to tie off a tarp or ez up tent until need for the pull pal.
The length of chain with a hook on each end can be attached to a vehicle without hooks for recovery. Usually around the axle.
Or it can be used with a high lift jack to straighten a bent tie rod or drag link.
Always try to think of multiple uses for an item you carry.
Thanks for the info! So I need like 120 worth of snatch blocks. haha
Sparrows and I would be down to film it for you for sure!


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post #8623 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 10:27 PM
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Thanks for the info! So I need like 120 worth of snatch blocks. haha
Sparrows and I would be down to film it for you for sure!
Oh yeah!
It'd be fun to do a little video series of things like that!

Cheers


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post #8624 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 10:35 PM
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Snatch blocks: You can get the CSI ones rated at 8k for around $35 at Cobalt truck (Bucks gets 49). They work just fine and I have done what is demoed in that video. Slow but effective. When it gets warmer, would like to get someone to take a couple of pics and I can show you how to make a poor mans Pull Pal winch anchor out of 3 concrete stakes and a 4" length of chain. ($20-25 worth). I actually carry 4 of the concrete stakes with a link of chain welded to the top to used to tie off a tarp or ez up tent until need for the pull pal. The length of chain with a hook on each end can be attached to a vehicle without hooks for recovery. Usually around the axle. Or it can be used with a high lift jack to straighten a bent tie rod or drag link. Always try to think of multiple uses for an item you carry.
Good to know about the $14 savings. Thanks
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post #8625 of 9843 Old 12-22-2013, 10:55 PM
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Looking for 2 to 6 discs from a plow, used is fine. Diameter can be anything from 12" up. Wanted for a prototype project for a dutch oven stand. Anyone got a connection to a local farmer? Can't pay much. If I can clean it up with a grinder and weld on it, it should work. These look like a concave dish made of steel.
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