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Thread: RECOMMENDED BUY : Mac's Trail D-Vise

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    We used mine on the JKX Wild West when I snapped all kinds of shit. One of the best trail tools you can buy!!

    I have even used this as a press for putting in wheel studs in my garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    We used mine on the JKX Wild West when I snapped all kinds of shit. One of the best trail tools you can buy!!

    I have even used this as a press for putting in wheel studs in my garage.
    Are you the guy in the orange 4 door that broke both driveshafts at Sand Hollow? Or the guy that broke on Cadillac Hill?


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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    We used mine on the JKX Wild West when I snapped all kinds of shit. One of the best trail tools you can buy!!

    I have even used this as a press for putting in wheel studs in my garage.
    LOL!! That's right, we did use it then too

    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch View Post
    Are you the guy in the orange 4 door that broke both driveshafts at Sand Hollow? Or the guy that broke on Cadillac Hill?
    Sand Hollow

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    This has been on my long list for a while, but now with the reminder that it exists and tax returns coming in I just might have to move it to my short list lol


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    Buys a $40k+ jeep, puts thousands, if not tens of thousands of more money into building it up to take it off road, then bitches about a $150 part that might actually help get him home. I mean it’s no light bar, but WTF?!

    Thanks for the link. I’ve been wanting to get one of these.



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    Its definitely on my soon to buy list, another useful trail tool indeed. 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch View Post
    Are you the guy in the orange 4 door that broke both driveshafts at Sand Hollow? Or the guy that broke on Cadillac Hill?


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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    I’m only as good as my spotter.
    True dat!


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    This is defiantly going on my tax return list.

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    V-day gift ✔️ shhh 🤫


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