Hi lift mounting options?

  1. Chocolate Thunder

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    Does anyone besides Dominion Offroad make a hard top compatible hi-llift carrier for the roll cage?
     
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    Crickets? Nobody else makes one? I’ve searched and come up empty.
     
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    I can't answer your question on others but i have the Dominion Offroad mount and have been very happy with it. It tucks out the way and is hardly noticeable from in the jeep.
     
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    Can you use wing nuts instead of hex nuts to secure the jack to the mount? I’d prefer not to require a tool for this.
     
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    I have that mount, I don’t think there’s enough room for them, even If you could fit wing nuts I wouldn’t recommend them. You can’t really get a good torque with wing nuts and If the nuts were to vibrate loose the jack will come down in a hurry.
     
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    Perhaps a knurled thumb nut?
     
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    Never mind, Dominion answered the question.
     
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    What did they say?
     
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    I used the Dominion Offroad Hi-lift Jack mount in my JKU. Worked great and did not obstruct view to the rear. The only reason I won't be using it with my ordered JLUR is that the jack has to be taken down to lower the soft top. If you go with this mount I would also recommend purchasing their Hi-Lift Accessory Bars too. Great for mounting your shovel and axe. I also used a pin clip with a bale to mount the vertical jack bar to the foot. It made getting the jack easier to remove and re-install.
     
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