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Unread 06-17-2013, 10:58 PM   #1
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JK Jeep top removal on the cheap!!

Hey Y'all,

Haven't seen anybody post any JK Freedom top removal using a chain hoist, so I thought I would post my idea.

Good enough for the wife to use, anybody can pull a chain down or up. Plus it stays out of the way for walking and swivels 360. My garage is small but we can park the jeep with just room to spare. ( Doesn't fit the F250 well )

Bought the chain hoist and straps @ harborfreight for $80. I will add chains to the top hook later. Had to go back to work in the Oilfield, so ran out of time to make something better.

Any thoughts?

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