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Old 12-12-2007, 08:48 AM
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So, it's like an ARB X-Jack? Why don't you call it a "Lift-of" or a "Jack-up" or something? You're gonna have trouble advertising that thing. At least with TT.
ARB X-Jack is an exhaust jack. This is an adapter for a hi-lift. As for the name, well not sure we will use that name in the fancy mags like TT Problem is every other jack- whatever name is already used. I am open to better names
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Old 12-12-2007, 08:52 AM
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ARB X-Jack is an exhaust jack. This is an adapter for a hi-lift. As for the name, well not sure we will use that name in the fancy mags like TT Problem is every other jack- whatever name is already used. I am open to better names
Hmmmm...If's Christo's Hi-Lift was on his roof rack and he couldn't reach it would you help Christo get his jack off?
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Slee Safety Grip, Slee Lift Extra Essential Device = Sleed
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Old 12-12-2007, 09:46 AM
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In addition to jackets, does Sleeoffroad also sell pants? Because then when folks get home from wheeling, you could tell them to take of their pants and jacket.





Ok seriously, how about the Sleedaptor? I'm getting one for Christmas though, when does the "introductory price" end?
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Been waiting for this ever since you told me about it and convinced me not to buy the ARB version

I don't care what you call it, just set one aside for me!! And x2 on when does the introductory price end so I know how soon I need to try and get up there to pick one up!!
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Not sure when the intro will end. Probably around Christmas.
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Old 12-12-2007, 01:28 PM
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So the skinny little bolt going through the "tool" shown in the rear bumper pic is just to keep the tool in place, right? You're not lifting on the bolt?
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I was amazed at how feeble my brain is til I viewed this page.

http://www.sleeoffroad.com/products/...kof_detail.htm
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Old 12-12-2007, 02:56 PM
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So the skinny little bolt going through the "tool" shown in the rear bumper pic is just to keep the tool in place, right? You're not lifting on the bolt?
You are lifting on the bolt. It is a 7/16" grade 8 bolt. I have tested it on my blue truck and it was fine. I would not suggest you work under the truck while hanging from the bolt, but it will lift it fine. You are only lifting one corner.
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