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Offroad Jack

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by georgiajake91, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. georgiajake91

    georgiajake91 [OP] Jake

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    anyone have any pics of an offroad jack mounted in on thier toolbox or somewhere in their bed? and what i would need for mounting brackets?
     
  2. PrezidentRedz

    PrezidentRedz Uncivilized Creations Prez

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    all you really need is 2 Bolts through your box. but you can see my mounts here.
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  3. georgiajake91

    georgiajake91 [OP] Jake

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    looks good!! so all i need is 2 bolts through my toolbox?
     
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    PrezidentRedz Uncivilized Creations Prez

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    yeah hold the jack up where you want to mount it. drill 1/2" holes put a 1/2 bolt through bolt it in. then slide the jack through and use a washer and a wing nut to hold the jack on.
     
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    tigerfan00 BECAUSE INTERNETS!! Staff Member

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    georgiajake91 [OP] Jake

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    that looks real good!! i would have to put mine a little lower though bc i have my cb antenna mounted right below my toolbox emblem.
     
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    im not sure how much lower it could go because the base is almost touching the wheel well now
     
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    these are leaf spring brackets for a trailer, i ran a big bolt through em both then bolted em right to the box. i found these at northern tool. i keep a socket and driver right inside the tool box for dismount, thought about wing nuts but after i tighten up the nuts real good its one more step to take for a passer by w sticky fingers.
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