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  1. Arizona Owners- Anyone else into Long Range Shooting?

    I bought a whole bunch of primers about 20 years ago after a big primer scare. I was into Prairie Dog shooting an target shooting back then. Anyway.....I think I have 50,000 primers or so. I'd sell 1/2 of those primers now.....and likely have enough to fill my needs today. Lots of small...
  2. PREVIEW: JL Patriot Series Rear Bumper With Tire Carrier

    I have this bumper and swinging tire carrier. It's fully adjustable. I have similar backspace on my Method wheels and see no issues for you. I have 35" tires but would not have any issues with larger tires. You may want to verify when you order.....but I would say you are golden with...
  3. Mounting a Smittybilt 2781 Compressor?

    LoL.....I really like that tote you said above. Fits the Smitty Built perfect....along with all my handy tools and tire gear. I see you are in Phoenix.....I'm on the west side of the valley.....you? Been busy getting my rig quite trail ready......lots to buy and install....but at this...
  4. Mounting a Smittybilt 2781 Compressor?

    Thanks for the tip here on that bag. I pretty much duplicated what you did above. This works well for me and my purposes. I did add the Speed-flate two tire inflation set up and replaced the Smitty Built Japanese connections to Milton connections. Now my compressor fits my other stuff...
  5. Recommendations for mod friendly AZ dealership

    OK.....I'm late to this thread but I too am looking for a shop in the west valley for lift and alignment needs. Been seeing lots of good comment on this shop.....but have not had any experience yet. Wulf Offroad Peoria AZ | Jeep Truck Offroad Parts - WULF4X4www.wulf4x4.com I will be...
  6. JLUR - Plastic vs Steel Bumpers?

    I bought a new Rubi JLU and let it come with the stock plastic bumpers. Immediately replaced them with the Rock Hard 4x4 Patriot model bumpers - front and rear.....and got a swinging tire mount to boot. I retained the back-up sensors/cross traffic allerts. These do so much more than protect...
  7. Question for those with UConnect 8.4 issues

    ^ You're likely right about this. Initially I bought the receiver to use with my I-Pad (Strangely I Pads do not have GPS in them) as I thought this is the way I was going to map. But now I can use the I-Phone and Apple Car Play to get Giai Maps up on the big screen......thus no need for the...
  8. Question for those with UConnect 8.4 issues

    Yeah.....but in the mountains (or with lots of tall buildings in a city) you will loose connections and/or not get good locating with satellites.
  9. Question for those with UConnect 8.4 issues

    Yes, I have a Garmin GPS receiver that uses blue tooth to connect to my phone when the cell coverage is gone. It can use satellites( both US and Russian) for locating my progress on a Gaia map. I can put that map onto my Jeep's big screen on the dash thus negating the need for an I-Pad or...
  10. Question for those with UConnect 8.4 issues

    Used the Giai app today with the U-connect to show up on my big screen on the Jeep. I was on a badge f honor trail (Table Mesa, Road, AZ) which was well out of cell range. I have a satellite receiver that blue-tooth's with my I-phone to provide gps (satellite) mapping anywhere. I had...
  11. What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

    Added a Factor 55 "Splicer" to my Smitty Built 10 k winch today. Used the Factor Fid kit to do the job. Feels good having this accomplished......and the $75 price tag feels better than some other offerings. Also installed an anti-rattle clamp for my aluminum draw bar (I hate strange...
  12. Rollbar mounted cargo shelf

    When I was doing my research......I noted that a few brands did not work with the Sky One-Touch Roof - which I have on my rig. Hard to know why these racks would not be compatible with the Sky One Touch??? Others didnt work with soft stops. Do your homework.
  13. Rollbar mounted cargo shelf

    Here you go.....but be sure to do the research and find the roll bar brackets for the JL. You will need two SKUs to have the complete deal. I think the brackets are about $40.....and actually they could be used alone with a sheet of plywood and a couple of stiffeners......and you could save...
  14. What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

    Been on a tear lately. I installed the QuadraTec aluminum engine, transmission and transfer case skids. I like 'em and was an pretty easy install. Then I added bolt on rear track bar skids and a rear diff skid. I feel my underside is pretty well protected for my kinda (medium rated)...
  15. Rollbar mounted cargo shelf

    I bought a DeeZee cargo Shelf off a site on E-Bay. I wanted a roll bar mounted shelf that was removable for hauling bulky stuff. It shipped direct from DeeZee in IA (whom would not take an order from AZ on their site ??). I think it was cheaper via E-Bay than other places. I paid about...
  16. Speedflate air up/down system is legit!

    I have the two-tire model of the Speed-flate.......and use it with a Smitty Built Compressor. Went on a run last Friday with six other guys.....all had somewhat different air-up / down gear. My set up was as fast and more easy than any others. Pretty happy with what I got for now...
  17. Speedflate air up/down system is legit!

    ^ You are likely right about the need to address these high pressure issues. Not sure.....but a "warning label" may be adequate for use with the existing system.......and offering a high pressure system as an alternative? Not sure the price difference in hoses......but I assume it will...
  18. Speedflate air up/down system is legit!

    OK.....so is this for copper wire?....or aluminum with copper cladding? Seems like it would be better to locate the compressor close to the battery....and run some air line to the back. Lots of expense and a PITA to run heavy wire to the back.....IMO. Still....It's hard fo me to think...
  19. Speedflate air up/down system is legit!

    I'm not speed-flate but I have the product. The answer to your question is no.....you cannot set a PSI and have it air down to that number. You can air down and periodically check the gauge by shutting the valve off and reading the dial. The dial will read the pressure of all tires...



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