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RoarinRow

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Being eye one for awhile, so I picked up a cordless impact wrench made by WORKPRO on Amazon. 20V, 1/2", 320lb torque. I've yet to test it out.
 
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Cordless 1/2" impact is a "must have" in my trail toolkit. The number one trail repair is swapping on a spare wheel/tire.

-TJ
Which is exactly why I wanted one. If I ever have to use it I don't wanna have to mess around, as I'm sure timing will be everything.
 

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Which is exactly why I wanted one. If I ever have to use it I don't wanna have to mess around, as I'm sure timing will be everything.
Can I also recommend this: I'm often changing somebody else's wheel/tire, so the different sizes are handy. What I like about this setup is the open space in the case:
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I keep a long 1/2 drive impact extension and a torque-stick in there. Super handy to have everything I need to swap wheels and actually torque them properly.

-TJ
 

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What is the brand ? How much did it cost ? Where did you get her ? Is she a goodun ?
i ordered the shovel from Sharper Image...it was "overland approved", so of course it cost more.
the head is made from recycled jeep frames, so i had it clear coated and permanently mounted to the cargo basket.
after sitting in the sun for a couple hours, the little badge fell off though :expressionless:

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Can I also recommend this: I'm often changing somebody else's wheel/tire, so the different sizes are handy. What I like about this setup is the open space in the case:
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I keep a long 1/2 drive impact extension and a torque-stick in there. Super handy to have everything I need to swap wheels and actually torque them properly.

-TJ
Thanks, yep I've already got a similar set that I used on my track car. I just re-tested to make sure that the sizes I have fit my new drill thingy.
 

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And let the mods begin! Next up installing my Yaesu FT7900. Then...
Okay. Those fixtures look sharp. What a way to utilize that area in the middle of the dash. Did you make those arms and knobs with a lathe? Looks sharp.
 

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Had to keep the one lug with me when checking the torque before races.
What kinda race cars are you two talking about. Most of my equipment came from my circle track racing days.
 

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