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    Re: 102" whip spring or no spring

    I just pulled the trigger on a MFJ-1966 which is an 108" stainless steel whip. I was concerned the 102" might be to short to get it to tune properly. I will post up my results once it comes in and I...
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    Re: 102" whip spring or no spring

    that is what I was thinking as well that is probably what I will do.
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    Re: 102" whip spring or no spring

    Thanks for the input, do either of you two run a stainless steel whip? I was kinda wanting first hand information. I have a stainless still whip on my 2 meter radio (which is far shorter than a 102"...
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    102" whip spring or no spring

    after averaging a new 5ft fire stick II every two years I have decided to go 102" whip I am wondering should I get a spring or not? I know they flex really well but It may spend a lot of time tied...
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    Re: Universal Joint Question

    I always try to get them from one of the chain stores with the lifetime warranty, mainly cause if you will eventually there going break most likely, I carry a complete set of drive shafts when I...
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    Re: My version of removable doors (video)

    I can imagine that would be a pain going back and forth. where I work they have been beating "safety culture" into our heads so much I feel obligated to speak out when I see hazards. keep up the work...
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    Re: My version of removable doors (video)

    Nice video thank you, but one word of advice from my past experience, those cutting disc are notorious for exploding when the get a nick in them, I had one do it while wearing gloves but they were...
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    Re: Welcome diamondcode!!!

    Welcome!
  9. Thread: My first XJ.

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    Re: My first XJ.

    good looking xj
  10. Re: My 1st Jeep, which selctable lockers to buy please

    no sir you are thinking of auburn, Eaton's use pins that are move by electric magnets. auburns are limited slip and when engaged they tighten the clutch discs.
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    Episode 206 maxim magazine likes jeeps

    When I listen to it on stitcher it sounds like a old episode from 2014.
  12. Re: My 1st Jeep, which selctable lockers to buy please

    I have an Eaton elocker I love it no fidgety air lines and it comes with everything one needs to control it, Ox lockers one has to buy the cable kit separate but one note on the e-locker make certain...
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    Re: Oklahoma Members

    why haven't I seen this post yet? lol Duncan Ok here
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    Re: EMP Proof Jeep

    go full tube type electronics they and not affected by emp. but then the jeep jeep will weigh twice as much lol
  15. Re: Stock bumper winch mount? About to embark on fab'ing one up, Any tips?

    just an random thought how about using a front receiver and just put the winch on when needed? something like this...
  16. Thread: Block heater

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    Re: Block heater

    It's the exact same one that Chrysler would have used, but I didn't have any luck with it which was most likely my fault as I did not use the correct location. I would like it in the block mainly...
  17. Thread: Block heater

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    Re: Block heater

    most I have seen which most are in diesels it the main way they come from the factory.
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    Re: Welcome Ollieb2705!!!

    welcome I agree I love seeing some awesome welds, as I am far from being a welder. I have loads of respect for those that can. Welcome
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    Re: What did you order lately thread

    I ordered a tiny track 4 hopefully sometime this week I will find time to put it together.
    http://www.byonics.com/tinytrak4/
  20. Thread: Block heater

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    Re: Block heater

    finally put in the block heater however it would not stay seated in the block, after the second time of it popping out I went back with a freeze plug. in my haste I do not put it in the recommended...
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    Re: What I am working on now

    long story short the block heater gave me trouble it would not stay seated into the block so after the second time of popping out I removed it and put a freeze plug back.
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    Re: What I am working on now

    last night we made some progress on my rear bumper build, no pics yet also still more work to do to that, recently I have also been working on my auxiliary hazard lights I have had led strobes on the...
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    Re: Adding additional switches ideas

    Thanks I'll check that out to0 I appreciate everyone's input when I do something I will post up!
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    Re: Adding additional switches ideas

    that looks great good job!
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    Re: Adding additional switches ideas

    I like that,did you make the panels? I don't need that many switches but that is a clean setup.
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