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Thread: JL JOURNAL : REIGN IN THE RATTLE - Daystar D-Ring Washers & Isolators

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    JL JOURNAL : REIGN IN THE RATTLE - Daystar D-Ring Washers & Isolators

    If you're running a set of D-rings shackles on your Jeep's bumpers and have been looking for a way to stop them from clanking and rattling around, Daystar has a solution for you. Made in the USA and available in a variety of colors, the Daystar D-ring isolators are designed to help dampen strikes they may make against a metal bumper. Also, the Daystar D-ring washers will help fill in the gap between them and the mount they're attached to and that alone will mitigate rattling. Needless to say, that's pretty much what you'll get to see in this short video and we hope that it helps you out.



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    Nice to see pappy in the intro!!! That’s my biggest gripe with my d rings. Gonna have to order me a set


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    Such a cool old Jeep!

    Daystar always has those nice little touches to refine your Jeep. Cool product


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    I've been running these since the beginning. They do the job they're designed for and have held up to the weather well. Highly recommended.



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    got the lower part on my d-rings...work great

    i like the washer idea, need to get some of those

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    Another tip is to use a o-ring to keep from having to use any tool to unscrew the bolt.

    Mine is dry rotted but it still works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrhino View Post
    Another tip is to use a o-ring to keep from having to use any tool to unscrew the bolt.

    Mine is dry rotted but it still works.

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    I actually got non-threaded posts that use cotter pins to hold them in. I got tired of the threaded ones either getting stuck, or backing themselves out and losing rings.



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    That works better than a ball cock shank washer.


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    We have these on our JK. They work.
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    Yup! Just need to remember to remove the isolator from the d-ring before recovery or chance cutting through it.
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