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Thread: 2012 SEMA B.A.D. - Bead Assist Device Eklipse 17 Wheels

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    the good thing I see in this is that since over here bead lock wheels are illegal on the road we will not be harassed by cops. But saying this there is so many fake bead lock on the market that cops over here don't really know what to look for
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    They need to do a real video ala what mel did for the ATX slabs install. I do like the looks of these, but also wonder about maintenance. How often do you need to unseat the inner bead and check those bolts inside?
    I think I may consider lifting my Jeep. Or not.
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    There is a video on YouTube. They use a bobby type pin to keep the nut from backing off. Had a few shots of whiskey and can't think of the name of the pin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CedarRaider View Post
    There is a video on YouTube. They use a bobby type pin to keep the nut from backing off. Had a few shots of whiskey and can't think of the name of the pin.
    Spring lock pins is what you are looking for.

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    Thanks the angels envy whiskey and liga privada cigar was clouding my mind. [ATTACH]110721
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