Dominion OffRoad Products Thread

  1. Brew211

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    I received these bags before Christmas, expensive, but well worth it. No remorse here, I highly recommend them.
     
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    I will add that I have these in my JL and they are fantastic. I actually like having a little room on top of them to stow things for quick access, like binoculars. I highly recommend these bags, too!
     
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    Fair enough, thanks for the info. I'll most likely pass and order next pay day (in 2 weeks).

    I would like to pick up head up 2 Headrest Back Packs as well, but they are not listed anymore. Are they still available?

    Thanks.
     
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    I'm working on getting more in stock. Burned through a thousand of them pretty quickly...

     
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    #50 Jan 2, 2019
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    Gotcha, I'll wait a bit for my order if it's not listed yet.

    Thanks.
     
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    Any chance you’ll build a 2-door version of your Hi-lift mount? I think it could be done for inside of a hardtop, at least.
     
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    Just installed the JL Stealth Hi-Lift Jack Mount and accessory bars. Great product! I didn't have a router so I had to use a box cutter and whittle away the roll cage trim pieces, but even that didn't take too long.
     
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    100% satisfied with mine I'd even payed a little more if it came with some quick way to quiet every thing down. So far, proper spacing, a beenie cap over the shovel, some duct-tape on the jack, and swapping the axe head over to the other side, has eliminated all the rattles. You can't see if from driving, and I "think" I can get it out of there with little effort in case it's needed. I don't depend on my farm jack as first line of recovery... more like last ditch effort.

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    I had one on my JK and I had to remove the jack to raise or lower the soft top. Now I'm wondering if it works with a Trek Top.
     
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    In my JK I had the Dirtbagz wheel well saddle bag kit, it was great it stored so much. Any chance the JK bags will fit a JL?
     
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    They fit nicely! I've got them in my JL.
     
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    I think this is the product he is refering to and I don't believe it fits a JL.

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    Edit: This is assuming you are refering to the under rear seat bags.
     
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    Yep, I stand corrected. I thought he was talking about the underseat version. Thanks!!
     
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    Yes, those are the ones, they held alot of stuff and fit in an out of the way place. Would be great if these went into development some day.
    I just ordered the underseat bags and a hi lift mount today.
     
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