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Installed High Lift Jack Mount on Tailgate

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by yotadude, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. yotadude

    yotadude

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    I installed a High Lift Jack Mount (4XRAC) on my tailgate. It takes up minimal room, its easy to get to and best of all nobody can steal it. It was a real PITA to put the nuts on the end of the bolts because theres not a lot of room on the inside of the tailgate:bang: but that was the hardest part. Took about 1h45m because im :doh:....

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  2. Mor4wd

    Mor4wd

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    No offense, but didn't you just ruin your ability to use the tailgate? Cant sit, hard to load anything heaving in......Just my opinion I guess.
    Good job though..:cheers:
  3. yotadude

    yotadude

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    I dont ever hall anything big enough for it to get in the way. :meh:
  4. NLXTACY

    NLXTACY Mud Life Sentence

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    And now you can't do WagonGear's tailgate mod :(
  5. yotadude

    yotadude

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    Wow. I like that much more better. But im cheap. Good thing the mount is removable.
  6. wxm

    wxm SILVER Star

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    I am with Mor4wd on this. Our trucks have the most unique split tailgate. I have sit on it watching sunset on the beach, having lunch in the rain on a trail...
  7. NLXTACY

    NLXTACY Mud Life Sentence

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    :flipoff2:
  8. NLXTACY

    NLXTACY Mud Life Sentence

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    Yeah that would be a weird place for me. I do a lot of snowboarding and I would hate to lose my bench.
  9. wxm

    wxm SILVER Star

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    Nope! Outdoor Lunch = Sandwich + coffee. :D
  10. jvazquez53

    jvazquez53

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    The problem with this and my truck is that I got the 60 inch Hi-Lift...:frown:

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