need to make a decision on my tail light set. heres the pics:
The oval lights are the Maxxima Hybrid LED STT/reverse lights. The round one will be a 3" red LED STT(stop, tail, turn) light. I like the first because it goes with the angry Jeep theme I have (looks like an eye with angry eye brow) the first is my sons design so it might be cool for him to have a say in how my jeep turns out since it will likely be his one day anyways lol. I like the second because its more traditional, which is also why I dont like the second lol.
She's so cute!!! I love her hair! (I can say this bc I'm a girl )
which is why I'm am more than glad that the previous owner payed the $$$ to get it! It has some strong recovery points too! If i were ever to get into some sort of collision, the object it hits won't turn out as good as my bumper. Which is why whenever someone cuts me off or pulls out in front i just yell "GO AHEAD! We'll see who's car gets the least damage!"
What's Green and has wheels?
Grass, I lied about the wheels.
Mikekaz1. Here is a pic of the bumper without everything on it. I made it out if 3x4 " 1/8 thick steel and welded the hitch and rings it' much stronger than stock. I hit a deer at 40 and no damage that more paint couldn't take care of
ive seen alot of those smittybilt stingers on here lately, just so you guys know, if you drill a hole on the ends of the bumper there is just enough space for lights. and it doesnt look half bad..got these cheapo lights on there for now, a friend gave em to me.
2000 TJ 4.0
6" RE Long Arm
OMG!!! I just read this whole thread, ya'll have some great idea's!! Keep them coming!!
Ya'll are talking about stingers, well here's mine. I rearended a car about a month ago , just have to scratch paint of the bumper. The strongest best investment I made . . . . well... other than buying the Jeep of course!!!
I couldnt afford the tinted windows from best top, so i decided to come up with a fix of my own. Instead of tinting the vinyl ( which I have found no way to do),I bought solar window screen material from Home Depot got out the old sewing machine, cut them to fit, hemmed the edges and attachepd it to the roll bar and top frame with velcro. You can't see in from the outside, you can see out from the inside, looks like tinted windows at first glance, and cost a total of $55.00 total with screen material and velcro. DSCN2758.jpg picture by jeffswatson - Photobucket