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When you work with brake, fuel and vacuum steel lines and fittings, you need the right wrenches! The quickest way to round the corners on tight or frozen flare nuts is with an open ended wrench. The recommended tool for flare nuts is, not surprisingly, a "flare nut wrench". Even with a flare nut wrench, there are times when frozen brake line nuts or old fuel line flare nuts will simply not want to come loose. The hex corners begin to round, the sign of real trouble ahead! I have high quality Bonney flares wrenches, a backup set of Craftsman flare nut wrenches and several chain wre
The safest and surest way to take on the backcountry in a 4x4 Jeep, 4WD truck or SUV is with the right equipment. If trails are mild or you have a niche vehicle like a TJ or JK Wrangler Rubicon Edition, you may be just fine with OEM equipment. As trails get rougher and vehicle damage becomes likely, you will find a host of equipment upgrades and accessories available to increase your odds of getting there and back. In this forum, topics range from winch and bumper options to chassis lift kits, tires and wheels and steel body armor. Dual batteries with management, onboard welders and other