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Wanted / Re: WTB: Safe, reliable, low cost car for a new driver
« Last post by Anvilsam on Today at 06:11:55 PM »
That guy is an a-hole and Id never buy from him.
I dont always agree with you but when I do its about that


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Wanted / Re: WTB: Safe, reliable, low cost car for a new driver
« Last post by Raisinhead on Today at 03:55:00 PM »
That guy is an a-hole and Id never buy from him.
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Wanted / Re: WTB: Safe, reliable, low cost car for a new driver
« Last post by patman on Today at 03:43:29 PM »
I hear this stock jeep has very low mileage. Guy barely drives it. Bet you could get it cheap.



With the leftover money, they could probably do a few upgrades so it's not just another JKU at the high school
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Wanted / Re: WTB: Safe, reliable, low cost car for a new driver
« Last post by BigPrince on Today at 03:41:00 PM »
I hear this stock jeep has very low mileage. Guy barely drives it. Bet you could get it cheap.

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Wanted / WTB: Safe, reliable, low cost car for a new driver
« Last post by Raisinhead on Today at 03:00:33 PM »
Looking for something for our oldest, let me know if you have something. Leaning towards a basic car, Honda, Toyota, Nissan, etc.

Under 100k miles
Budget- $4-7k ish
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Exterior / Re: Trektop NX - $550
« Last post by Trailabite on Yesterday at 04:37:36 PM »
Do you need a table saw?
Maybe

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Exterior / Trektop NX - $550
« Last post by Raisinhead on Yesterday at 03:48:46 PM »
And Ill throw in an extra set of trail windows for the buyer if they are a core member for $25.

Edit:
$100 for @jimbo or any non core members.
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Exterior / Re: Trektop NX - $550
« Last post by Blue J on Yesterday at 01:21:14 PM »
Do you need a table saw?
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Exterior / Re: Trektop NX - $550
« Last post by Trailabite on Yesterday at 09:19:08 AM »
Still for sale. Includes all new door surrounds now.

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General Discussion / Re: Craigslist/Good Deal Thread
« Last post by j3ff3ry_j33p on Yesterday at 09:04:20 AM »
Before Colorado, I went with this one for my Jeep kit.  The carrying bag is nice, and it includes two more wrenches than the one from Advance, but it is a bit more expensive:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MT6PDN0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Nice, how is the quality on those?  They have a 5* rating, impressive and I like roll ups.  I've literally beat on my Gearwrenches and needed another set for the shop at the lake. 

Do you have any known fasteners that are 9mm or 9/32″ on the Jeep?  I don't recall any on the JK.

I, too, prefer/ like my roll-up which contains Craftsman box wrenches ( originsl ,USA made +decades old )running from 7mm metrics thru 22mm and set of these Gear Wrench ratcheting in all the same sizes. So, I have dupes in ratcheting same as standard boxes. It makes it simple to torque down stuff from both ends.
I embellished the set w/ those odd sizes we need , like the 16mm and some 3/4 or the ever necessary 7/16 and 9/16 and a ground down 13mm and 1/2 box dedicated to unit bearing / brake stuff.

This is a good deal for building a good set of ratchet & box wrenches. I think ( didnt check) I last saw the GearWrench or Tekton 20 piece metric on Blamazon for 55 to 60bucks?
So, this saves a 10 spot.

(edit: the quality is above average. I hsve one skip occasionally and have only managed to break a 13mm via our leverage trick of using a 2nd box wrench to lengthen the one youre using ...I stripped it by applying gorilla torque to something like that. )

Oh, I know on my XJ nor my JK that I have not a single nut that would require a 9mm wrench, fwiw.
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