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    JEEP TECH : How to Install ATX Slab Bead Lock Wheels Video w/ Off Road Evolution

    JEEP TECH is a WAYALIFE series designed to help people learn how to work on their own Jeeps through short and easy to follow instructional 'how to' videos. In this episode, Mel Wade of Off Road Evolution will show you the proper way to install a set of ATX Slab Bead Lock Wheels onto a Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tire. He also provides some great tips and tricks that will help make the install of any bead lock wheel a lot easier. We hope you find this video useful


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    Awesome!

    Now there should never be another question on the subject!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    Now there should never be another question on the subject!
    I have a question....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rancho View Post
    I have a question....

    I should have known there would be one, and it would be you
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    So what was/is all the fuss about installing ATX Slabs. It is clearly demonstrated here that one person can do it in just over 8min per slab.

    Great vid and agree would make a great series and hope more tips come out in the future.
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    Great Video

    Great video can't wait to see more.




    Quote Originally Posted by Rancho View Post
    I have a question....


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    Cool video! This will be a great series for sure!
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    It's like having Mel at the local 4x4 shop.......not really I'm sure nothing can compare.

    Great video
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    Perfect timing for me as always.

    I could have saved myself some time by using an air ratchet and not going in a star pattern when torquing them down.

    Good to know I should let the air out while rechecking the torque.

    Thanks for making this video and posting it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    Perfect timing for me as always.

    I could have saved myself some time by using an air ratchet and not going in a star pattern when torquing them down.

    Good to know I should let the air out while rechecking the torque.

    Thanks for making this video and posting it up.
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