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    Quote Originally Posted by 07JkSahara View Post
    More Projects:

    With the relative success of the underquilt, I am now planning a down top quilt. In the mean time, I wanted to get better at sewing and use up some of the high end nylon I had left over. So I made some stuff sacks and bags of different sorts.

    Packed full:
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    Contents:
    Attachment 12304

    Mostly holding food and stove right now. But makes packing for a trip super fast and simple.

    Price is free, all the remnants from the last project.
    This is exactly what I do with my stuff. I have a bunch of black nylon if you need some.
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    I took a snapped which line:

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    And Double Fingertapped each end for an extended strap:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crippledpetey View Post
    What is this knotting solution here to keep it from getting tangled?
    "Do you even wheel bro? only if its with a Yeti "

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    Quote Originally Posted by rccrwlr View Post
    What is this knotting solution here to keep it from getting tangled?
    Yes. Its how I keep all my lines, cords and cables. Its a version of daisy chaining but it allows you to unlock one side pull how much line you need and lock it back in without unwinding the entire thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crippledpetey View Post
    Yes. Its how I keep all my lines, cords and cables. Its a version of daisy chaining but it allows you to unlock one side pull how much line you need and lock it back in without unwinding the entire thing.
    Ok, you gotta teach me this during the learning day.
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    Added some tie downs to the hard top bolts. This also prevents cracking at the bolt holes in the hard top. All of this ~$25

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    Mad Rock Sentinal Bolt Hangers 6 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0027Y55ZC..._bvt0zbXRHVE0X

    Just remove the existing bolts, place an anchor on top of the hard top holes and reinstall the bolts. Easy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rccrwlr View Post
    Added some tie downs to the hard top bolts. This also prevents cracking at the bolt holes in the hard top. All of this ~$25

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    Mad Rock Sentinal Bolt Hangers 6 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0027Y55ZC..._bvt0zbXRHVE0X

    Just remove the existing bolts, place an anchor on top of the hard top holes and reinstall the bolts. Easy!
    That's brilliant, and it solves another problem by giving tie downs. Def doing this the next time I'm in the same state as my jeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by rccrwlr View Post
    Added some tie downs to the hard top bolts. This also prevents cracking at the bolt holes in the hard top. All of this ~$25

    Parts
    Mad Rock Sentinal Bolt Hangers 6 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0027Y55ZC..._bvt0zbXRHVE0X

    Just remove the existing bolts, place an anchor on top of the hard top holes and reinstall the bolts. Easy!
    Nice find.

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    Not sure if this applies but if anyone needs some winch line Hamilton Marine has 100' of 3/8" endura for $50

    https://shop.hamiltonmarine.com/prod...rs--47592.html

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    Cool thread!

    Keep em coming!
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