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Old 02-21-2012, 01:11 PM   #1
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So this is MY first car. Other's were hand-me-downs or just flat out clunkers. Well with my first full-time job I decided I deserved something nice not only to ride in, but help build up credit/etc/etc.

Well with my life-story above, I got my 2011 black JKU and have loved everything about it ever since. My family is not a typical car family and I was born and raised in a city (thus not easy to just work on your car). With that being said, other than changing a flat, I never knew how to do simple repairs such as an oil change.

Well with my Jeep, I have taken an active role and promised myself that I would put more TLC into it than others. Mostly because it is at the expense of ME! Did my first oil change, tire rotation, etc.

Now I am 'modding' it and I can actually see what everyone means when they say super addicting.

I first de-badged the 'Sport' sticker off the sides (surprisingly easier than I expected) with just a handheld hair-dryer and a plastic scraper just to start the peeling. Took 5 minutes tops and pretty much $Free$. DO NOT expect to keep the sticker as it gets completely stretched out, and I was ok with that.


Next I decided to make a front grille for the Jeep. She seemed to have an attraction to bugs and leafs or vice versa. Either way, I liked the look other others homemade grilles and as I stated before, I want to for the most part make my own mods or install them myself. So I decided to start off with the supplies; 30 electrical mounting bases ($6), 50 zip-ties ($2), plastic-mounting glue ($5, and do not use gorilla glue, I learned the hard way), and Black plastic gutter guard ($7 roll). It is all shown in the picture;


Then I prepped the grille by washing and drying it and placed the 30 mounting bases as shown below;


After that I cut out the correct sizing of the gutter guard and zip-tied each section to the mounting bases;


After trimming the excess zip-ties, here is the finished product pre-install;


Here it is installed on my baby (total time from start to finish, 1 hr?!?!);


As you can also see, I also installed fog light brackets (Quadratec Exclusive JK-LMB - Auxiliary Light Mount Brackets for 07-12 Jeep® Wrangler & Wrangler Unlimited JK - Quadratec), $70 from Quadratec and Hella lights to install on those.

Next, I really like the blacked-out look of some wranglers so before I can afford new rims, I need to do what I can. First I bought some 'Nite-Shade' off of Amazon and sprayed the turn-signal indicators (dont want to hear about the safety feature, if people cant see I am turning with the other 2 lights, they are either stupid or blind and should not be on the road anyways)


I also liked the way one posters inside of his hardtop looked, so I decided to plasti-dip the entire hardtop. Here is a picture of the front panels;


And here is a picture of the front and most of the back-piece;


At first I only purchased 2 cans of plasti-dip from Home Depot ($6 a can), but quickly realized I needed atleast 2 more, so I went back and got them. I only put a total of 3 coats on, but the first coat I put on was heavier than it probably should have been (oh well, cant tell at all). Inbetween coats was a 30 min waiting period and a 4 hour waiting period after last coat was put on.

All the while, inbetween one of the coats, I wanted to make a mount for my mag-lite, or 'ultimate defender' as I call it. So I had already purchased Mag-lite brackets off of Amazon (make sure to buy the correct one, D-cell or AA/etc). Underneath the driver seat, there are 3 holes, but none of which fit the screw provided with the brackets. So time to improvise. With the bracket sitting overtop of one of the outside holes, I drilled the two corresponding holes with a 5/32 drill bit and screwdrived (with some force) the screw in;


Here is the ultimate-defender installed (5 min install);


Yes I understand that this is easily stealable without doors on. I will figure out that conundrum at a later date when its a little warmer out here in DC.

Well that was a long post I feel like, but all of these mods were done this past weekend in essentially a 4 hr time-frame.

Next on the plate, I would like to possibly get a new air-intake. Yes I have read threads on how they dont do anything, might void warranty (which it would not btw), and how stock is sometimes still better. But I still like to consider and am doing more research on the subject. Also my friend recently installed a 4" lift on his jeep and never used the 2.5" Teraflex BB, so he just sold it to me for $50 (for a non-used $300 item, I will take it haha) Two, maybe three small problems. Without better tires, will the 2.5" lift look stupid? I know most people will just flat out say yes, but I CANNOT afford new tires at this moment, probably not until the summer-time, so I need an honest answer if it will actually look dumb to have a lift on stock 225/75/R17's? Second, I dont really have a place to work on this, so I am thinking about doing it in my apartment parking lot. I have a hi-lift jack, a couple jack-stands and I believe the appropriate tools. Do I really need 2 people? Am I really likely to break the stock shocks as a lot of posters say? Should I order a backup set now? Rubicon shocks? Also lastly this is a much harder install than I have ever done and a little worried to even start to tackle it?!?! I know lame, but like I said, nobody in my family is car-inclined and my friends/gf sure as heck aren't.

Well thanks for reading my long ass post, hope some people learned or have other comments to help me along...

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Old 02-21-2012, 01:43 PM   #3
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I like the plastidipped hard top. Thinking of doing that to mine.
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x2 on the plastidipped hard top. I like it!
Jeep's looking sweet!
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kjeeper... Im from the city... Everything I do is fast and efficient! Cost effective/time-saving!
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Old 02-21-2012, 06:43 PM   #7
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Congrats on your first real job and responsibility!! I can sense how much you appreciate the Jeep!! I LOVE the plasti dipped top I planned on doing this once I take mine off this Spring seeing this just confirms doing it.

Love the grill another project on my list! Did you buy the mesh grill inserts at the hardware store as well ?

You are so lucky getting that lift I don't know the answer about making tires look smaller I'm wondering the same thing. I'm also wondering if you do this if you need anything else, can you lift and just put the same tires on without doing anything to them?
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Sgt, I bought this gutter guard from Home Depot for $4 and individually cut the pieces to fit. This was by far the most time consuming effort. The plastic seems a little cheap so I am curious how it will hold up to big bugs or even pebbles/rocks. I doubt it will, so i will have to check semi often, but I have the rest of the roll and it was extremelly cheap! Obviously you can use any mesh/metal you want, but this was a cheap effort and it may or may-not pay off?

What do you mean 'without doing anything to them?' Like re-balance?
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Sgt, I bought this gutter guard from Home Depot for $4 and individually cut the pieces to fit. This was by far the most time consuming effort. The plastic seems a little cheap so I am curious how it will hold up to big bugs or even pebbles/rocks. I doubt it will, so i will have to check semi often, but I have the rest of the roll and it was extremelly cheap! Obviously you can use any mesh/metal you want, but this was a cheap effort and it may or may-not pay off?

What do you mean 'without doing anything to them?' Like re-balance?
Cool thanks! I meant space the tires to match up the new height.
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I bought all the supplies for the mods I've been wanting to do:
1. Plasti Dip the grill
2. Plasti Dip the wheels
3. Grill Mesh

Super excited to get started. Quick question regarding the grill removal for the mesh, i see the pins on the top that should be easy to just pull up, however I don't see how the bottom ones come out. Any tips on how to take it off?

To 11BUL, did you remove the sticky backing from the electircal mounting bases and adhered it with the glue or you applied the glue straight to the sticky backing?
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Wow, congratulations on your grasp of reality and responsibility, your parents should be proud. Your mods look great, I never thought to plastidip the top and the gutter guards are a really good idea too. I haven't done a lift yet but will be checking back often to see if anybody who has comments. You can upgrade the sound from the speakers by stuffing polyfil in the soundbar and behind the speakers, you should check the thread on that, it would cost you about 5 bucks. If you wanted to go as far as upgrading the speakers you can get the polks from best buy for 99 bucks. Also you can check craigslist for stuff, they always have stuff there, I'm currently looking at rubicon wheels and/or tires, just a thought. Good luck and nice job
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I bought all the supplies for the mods I've been wanting to do:
1. Plasti Dip the grill
2. Plasti Dip the wheels
3. Grill Mesh

Super excited to get started. Quick question regarding the grill removal for the mesh, i see the pins on the top that should be easy to just pull up, however I don't see how the bottom ones come out. Any tips on how to take it off?

To 11BUL, did you remove the sticky backing from the electircal mounting bases and adhered it with the glue or you applied the glue straight to the sticky backing?
I did the same thing!! First! On taking off the grill, you screw them loose, then once they come out you can easily pop out the little rubber inserts. Then once the top is done unplug your turn signals counter clock wise and it should pop out. Following that, you want to jiggle the grill while pulling down. Now don't be a pussy and think your going to break it! I swear there just going to snap out brother! I personally put super glue on the mounting bases so it could last longer against the elements! Now you just need a beer!!
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3" lift and stock sahara tires/weels....personally I think it'll look fine but if your worried just wait to install untill you can get the new tires

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3" lift and stock sahara tires/weels....personally I think it'll look fine but if your worried just wait to install untill you can get the new tires

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I was thinking a 2.5, but that 3'' lift looks great!!
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What do you mean 'without doing anything to them?' Like re-balance?

When you first install the TF lift, it's gonna look pretty high. And it'll definitely feel weird the first couple of days you drive it. Other than that, I don't see any reason not to install the lift with your stock wheels/tires.

Once you do the install, you're REALLY gonna start wanting new tires to fill in the taller wheel wells. Your best bet will be to research wheel sizes, then find a wheel/tire size that will fit what you wanna do with your Jeep.

Plenty of time to think about that later, if you've gotta save up $$.

I don't know how tolerant your apartment managers are, but it's gonna take you the better part of a day (if all goes smoothly...which you have to assume it won't) to install the lift, especially working alone. Make sure you use 2x4's or some other form of base to keep your jack stands and jack from sinking into the asphalt, if that's what your parking lot is paved with. Especially if it's a warm day.

The most crucial aspect of installing a lift on your Jeep is to tighten track bars and control arms last, with the Jeep resting on its own weight. That is, all 4 wheels on the ground, with no support from jacks or jack stands. That's so the TB and CA bushings don't bind, and cause problems later (such as Death Wobble). All control arm and track bar bolts should be tightened to 125 ft-lbs of torque, EXCEPT the front upper control arms, which should be torqued to 75 ft-lbs.

One thing you may wanna do, since you've gotta loosen up the TB's and CA's anyway, is change out the stock 14mm bolts with a set of 9/16 shoulder bolts from Polyperformance (you can also buy em from WF vendor EAD). You only need to change out the TB bolts and the LOWER control arm bolts. Something to think about. Here's a link that explains why you'll want to do this...if not when you do the lift, then in the not-too-distant future:

The Importance of changing out stock bolts!!

Be aware that you might not be able to do the lift install and the bolt change all in one day if you're new to wrenching and working by yourself. You may wanna find somebody here on the forum (maybe in the DC section) who knows Jeeps and can help you out in exchange for some kibble and beer. That's pretty much SOP in the Jeep world.

Anyway, here's a link to a TeraFlex video on installing the 2.5" BB:



You're definitely approaching Jeep ownership the right way, IMO. Not only is it more rewarding to do the work yourself, but you'll also learn how your Jeep works, and be better equipped to fix any problems that may arise later on.

You'll sweat some, and curse a lot, but in the end you'll appreciate your Jeep even more.

Good luck.
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Just a heads up- You wont be able to run stock wheels under that lift without wheel spacers. Teraflex recommends part number 1055000 for spacers if you do want to stay with stock wheels, it says so right on my teraflex lift box
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Just a heads up- You wont be able to run stock wheels under that lift without wheel spacers. Teraflex recommends part number 1055000 for spacers if you do want to stay with stock wheels, it says so right on my teraflex lift box
Why is that? For the 2.5" coil lift, the TF box, the TF Website and the salesman at Northridge4x4 all told me that. But they never say why. What part is going to catch the tire/wheel? Noob question, sorry. Thanks in advance.
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Why is that? For the 2.5" coil lift, the TF box, the TF Website and the salesman at Northridge4x4 all told me that. But they never say why. What part is going to catch the tire/wheel? Noob question, sorry. Thanks in advance.
The rear sway bar links.

Take a look at yours near the rear tire. See how close they run stock?

TF-as well as other kits-give you longer links for the rear. The one's taken off are a bit longer and are used in the front.

This is why most people buy new wheels instead of spacers with the proper backspacing.
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When you first install the TF lift, it's gonna look pretty high. And it'll definitely feel weird the first couple of days you drive it. Other than that, I don't see any reason not to install the lift with your stock wheels/tires.

Once you do the install, you're REALLY gonna start wanting new tires to fill in the taller wheel wells. Your best bet will be to research wheel sizes, then find a wheel/tire size that will fit what you wanna do with your Jeep.

Plenty of time to think about that later, if you've gotta save up $$.

I don't know how tolerant your apartment managers are, but it's gonna take you the better part of a day (if all goes smoothly...which you have to assume it won't) to install the lift, especially working alone. Make sure you use 2x4's or some other form of base to keep your jack stands and jack from sinking into the asphalt, if that's what your parking lot is paved with. Especially if it's a warm day.

The most crucial aspect of installing a lift on your Jeep is to tighten track bars and control arms last, with the Jeep resting on its own weight. That is, all 4 wheels on the ground, with no support from jacks or jack stands. That's so the TB and CA bushings don't bind, and cause problems later (such as Death Wobble). All control arm and track bar bolts should be tightened to 125 ft-lbs of torque, EXCEPT the front upper control arms, which should be torqued to 75 ft-lbs.

One thing you may wanna do, since you've gotta loosen up the TB's and CA's anyway, is change out the stock 14mm bolts with a set of 9/16 shoulder bolts from Polyperformance (you can also buy em from WF vendor EAD). You only need to change out the TB bolts and the LOWER control arm bolts. Something to think about. Here's a link that explains why you'll want to do this...if not when you do the lift, then in the not-too-distant future:

The Importance of changing out stock bolts!!

Be aware that you might not be able to do the lift install and the bolt change all in one day if you're new to wrenching and working by yourself. You may wanna find somebody here on the forum (maybe in the DC section) who knows Jeeps and can help you out in exchange for some kibble and beer. That's pretty much SOP in the Jeep world.

Anyway, here's a link to a TeraFlex video on installing the 2.5" BB:



You're definitely approaching Jeep ownership the right way, IMO. Not only is it more rewarding to do the work yourself, but you'll also learn how your Jeep works, and be better equipped to fix any problems that may arise later on.

You'll sweat some, and curse a lot, but in the end you'll appreciate your Jeep even more.

Good luck.
hmmm, doing that in an apartment complex would be much harder than in a garage...I know mine would go nuts if I was even changing oil at mine. ahh, the woes of living in an apartment. need to find some jeep friends here in austin to help change out the stock bolts.
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The rear sway bar links.

Take a look at yours near the rear tire. See how close they run stock?

TF-as well as other kits-give you longer links for the rear. The one's taken off are a bit longer and are used in the front.

This is why most people buy new wheels instead of spacers with the proper backspacing.
Thanks! Look at that today and see exactly what you are saying. My new wheels and tires will be in Wednesday so that TF lift can just keep sitting in the garage until they arrive.
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So I'm back. Continuing with Black Betty's build and purchased a stubby Antenna


Love the look and performance has been great so far.

Also i know its controversial (benefits or none, but I purcashed and installed a CAI;


Congrats if you dont like it, I don't care.

Also talked to a local auto shop that posted 'brand new' 33" BF Goodrich Mud Terrains that I am looking to pick up tomorrow and can post pics when they get installed. Also I plan to have time this weekend to finally install the lift and yes I understand that I need to switch the sway bar... To be cont'd
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New tires finally installed. Love my bf goodrich mud terrain! Brand new for 700 cash (yes all 5, booyah!)
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