Looking to rent a garage for my Jeep

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Re: Looking to rent a garage for my Jeep

Postby Super Hans » 19 Jun 2012, 12:02

Yes, I have a Jeep - a YJ, 20 years old this year. I sometimes do basic maintenance in the parking area, but nothing like dropping a clutch or anything like that. The bonus with my parking is that I can lift the top of the Jeep by myself. I hang it from the beams of the roof and just drive out from under it. Takes about 15 minutes to achieve if you are quick at unscrewing.
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Re: Looking to rent a garage for my Jeep

Postby lovedavdubs » 19 Jun 2012, 13:20

Luckily I'm 6'3" tall and 200LBS. No need for beams and hoists. I just slide my hard top back and dead lift it onto a set of chairs in my father-in-law's garage. :D
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojAeDqSbekg&feature=g-upl

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Re: Looking to rent a garage for my Jeep

Postby Super Hans » 19 Jun 2012, 13:53

Neat. I have removed the hard top like that before - and I am about the same height as you weighing 12 stones, but I almost dropped it once because I didn't balance correctly. Besides, if I did it like that I wouldn't have any space to put the jeep - now I can park the Jeep under the roof, saving space. I also have a big motorcycle to cater for in one parking square.
I don't use pulleys. I hang 4 pieces of rope from the beams where the corners of the roof are when the Jeep is parked. I have attached metal hooks to the end of the ropes. I just lift the front part of the roof onto the hooks, and then do the same with the back so the roof is suspended, and then I reinforce the ropes by supporting the underside of the roof with tow lines, also hooked onto the ceiling.
That's a nice Jeep by the way, and a very nice colour. What are your rear lights - thy're non-standard?
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Re: Looking to rent a garage for my Jeep

Postby lovedavdubs » 19 Jun 2012, 14:21

Don't get me wrong, I was just being cocky when I shot that video haha! If I could use ropes to lift it I definetly would.
Can't drill anything in that garage though. :roll: Thanks for the kind words on my Jeep. Thoses tail lights are LED. they're sold by a US company named Off Road Only (ORO).
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