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The ultimate vehicle mod for any fishermen #9976998 05/12/14 04:28 AM
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so im a big shark fisherman and am a big believe of rinsing rods and reels on the spot as soon as their done being used like im sure many of you are so i came up with this for whenever you leave the beach, pier, or boat... it also works good for getting sand off your girlfriends feet before she gets in your jeep... let me know what you think guys!
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Re: The ultimate vehicle mod for any fishermen [Re: brandon jackson] #9981577 05/13/14 08:20 PM
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Re: The ultimate vehicle mod for any fishermen [Re: brandon jackson] #9983844 05/14/14 02:19 PM
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The idea and ingenuity are cool, but what would be the difference in just using a bottle of water?

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Originally Posted By: Topp7
The idea and ingenuity are cool, but what would be the difference in just using a bottle of water?

LMAO...THAT's thinking "outside the box"...


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Re: The ultimate vehicle mod for any fishermen [Re: brandon jackson] #9984153 05/14/14 03:59 PM
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Um, my first thought is that I would tear that motor and ball valve right out from under the bumper...my second thought is that you need a flexible hose so you can wash stuff down without having to bend down to hold it under the valve and/or when your girlfriend is sitting in the seat letting you wash off her feet from outside. My third thought, is you can mount a water container/switch/valve above the bumper or around the spare tire carrier for better results...my fourth thought is that the front bumper is a better place for that set-up. Overall, though not a first attempt. Thanks for sharing!

FYI, I used to run air bumpers on my 4WD's and I learned these suggestions the hard way...by getting them ripped off during 4 wheeling sessions then having to redo them...

Re: The ultimate vehicle mod for any fishermen [Re: brandon jackson] #9984279 05/14/14 04:43 PM
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yeah most jeep guys have a very similiar opinion on the ball valve location.... its not quite possible on the front bumper which would be awesome if it were and the ball valve allow for a hose hookup however ill be adding a higher pressure pump to be able to run a standard water hose however im going to use one of the marine grade coiled water hoses

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