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Old 03-31-2007, 11:44 PM
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Wabfab HiLift Jack Adapter

Since rock sliders are an appearance item, I guessed this is the place to post up about a neat gadget my daughter got me for my birthday. One problem with HiLift jacks is that they can lift one wheel at a time, from the side of the vehicle, in case you're stuck or high-centered. But that's inefficient. When you have jackable rock sliders capable of carrying half the weight of the vehicle, you could put the HiLift on them, but they tend to slip. (Don't try this with normal tube steps).

So Wabfab (http://wabfab.org/ not .com) makes this neat little adapter to bolt onto your HiLift. Yes, I know almost nobody here will need one. So AlekG, the only other guy with rock sliders: the Roadie goes Teebes, you've got a HiLift - time for the rock sliders soon?











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So Wabfab (http://wabfab.org/ not .com) makes this neat little adapter to bolt onto your HiLift. Yes, I know almost nobody here will need one. So AlekG, the only other guy with rock sliders: the Roadie goes Teebes, you've got a HiLift - time for the rock sliders soon?
Looks like I will have to get one soon and powder coat it blue to match my 48" jack, which is also blue, to match my vehicle of course



Seriously though, looks like WabFab has a great policy when shipping to Canada, thanks for the tip. Looks like they have some other items that may fall into place with my plans

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Geez....y'all sure do make catching up hard to do. Actually, come to think of it, I'll never be able to catch up, but one day I hope to at least place. Honorable mention maybe?!?!? Anyways, I love what y'all do and I think a Trailvoy offroad section is long overdue.

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