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  1. The time has come for real deal release of the long awaited Krustyballer sliders, bumpers and hitches! Contact Brandon to order your parts. *A $100 DEPOSIT TO PURCHASE MATERIALS IS REQUIRED BEFORE ANY PART WILL BE MADE* Mounting hardware is not included with the sliders or bumpers. You can reuse your stock bolts but they really should be upgraded to grade 8. SLIDERS SWB available in 2"x4" slider (pictured below) and 2"x3" (should have pictures soon) WITH STEP--$335+ shipping WITHOUT STEP--$305+ shipping WITH STEP PLATE--$375+ shipping LWB WITH STEP--$360+ s
  2. i am answering questions as we go and updating this post so read it as often as possible if you need to know anything... NEW PRICES due to new material and higher steel costs AND cost of packaging. Option A: $80 per set, spacers welded on plates (this price INCLUDES shipping) Option B: $210 for a fully built, ready to go hitch with bolts + shipping -these prices include nuts, bolts and washers (was a $3 extra, now included) PM me your order with your name, address and paypal email address. these are laser cut 1/4". the dimensions are the same as the stock h
  3. Has anyone bobbed a long bed and kept a factory hitch? Or did you just integrate it into the bumper??
  4. We took off the stock bumper and the tow package. Now we have a receiver and mount for a 1992 MJ and whoever wants it can come get it. It is in the yard here on Tiger Mountain. That is in the Issaquah Alps in Washington State. First one to come claim it gets it.
  5. I was browsing CL for parts for my rally car project and searched for "Comanche" out of habit. No results in my area, but the "Local" results showed a thread with a hitch listed for an 88. I emailed the guy and he replied back, so after a few phone calls and a delay due to Sandy, I went yesterday to pick it up. He was not there but had left it in the back of his truck and I left the cash for him. After getting home, I compared it to pictures on here and on the open internet and it looks WAY off, but he assured me that he pulled it himself from an '88 longbed. He had lots of other MJ parts
  6. So it seems I have the exact opposite problem as most people ive seen online. my reese hitch is rusted. the ball mount is not stuck in, rather it can't be put in. The rusting caused the side walls to swell some. Ive been trying to chip away at the rust with a chisel but it is hard to get down inside the mount hole. Any advice? I took it off the truck so I can work on it better. I'm going to sandblast it and repaint it after.
  7. Been thinking about getting a front hitch for a removable winch in the future, found this good write up on install :http://www.jeep-tech...-install.html. so I thought I would just pass on the knowledge... :thumbsup: . ps: not my truck, thats an xj
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