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Old 09-12-2013, 05:41 PM   #61
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Hothead Headliners

I installed the Hothead headliners the other day. Very simple to do. I watched the video on their website and youtube and completed the install in about an hour. I ordered the top kit and the side window kit also.

I probably used more than i needed of the 3M VHB tape on the install, as I ran just a little short with what was included in the kit. So, I ran to the local hardware store and bought some extra to finish the job.



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These definitely work on keeping the heat from the hard top from cooking your head and also help make the hard top quieter (road noise and inside echo effect).

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You have any shots of the 50" turned on from the drivers seat point of view? Interested in what the hood looks like at night with the lights on from the drivers seat.

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Looks great! Started my build thread too for our '13 Rubicon as well though you are for sure a lot further along than I am. If you ever get to AZ, let me know and we can go wheeling...
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Old 09-12-2013, 11:28 PM   #64
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You have any shots of the 50" turned on from the drivers seat point of view? Interested in what the hood looks like at night with the lights on from the drivers seat.
I've only hooked up the lights just to make sure they worked, but plan on doing the "real" wiring job this weekend. I will say this though, IT'S BRIGHT! and doesn't really shine off the hood (at least how I had it set up it didn't). anyway, check back tomorrow and I'll post a shot of it.
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Looks great! Started my build thread too for our '13 Rubicon as well though you are for sure a lot further along than I am. If you ever get to AZ, let me know and we can go wheeling...
Thanks!

Have fun with your build, I'll check it out.
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Forgot to add these to the build.

With 3 kids, these are great!!!
does this cargo liner rub against your tailgate? and if so have you noticed it scratching the paint at all?
mine sits right up against the back, I'm thinking of cutting it because I don't want the paint getting scratched up. they might have sent the wrong model year?
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does this cargo liner rub against your tailgate? and if so have you noticed it scratching the paint at all?
mine sits right up against the back, I'm thinking of cutting it because I don't want the paint getting scratched up. they might have sent the wrong model year?
My cargo liner just touches the tailgate. I don't have any signs of it being scratched yet. If you're worried about it being scratched, try putting some of the 3M clear protection film on the tailgate. That should help???
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My cargo liner just touches the tailgate. I don't have any signs of it being scratched yet. If you're worried about it being scratched, try putting some of the 3M clear protection film on the tailgate. That should help???
Thanks! I will look into the 3M film.
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You have any shots of the 50" turned on from the drivers seat point of view? Interested in what the hood looks like at night with the lights on from the drivers seat.
Here are a few shots I just took of the Rigid Industry lights I have right now.

Rigid Dullay D2 Driving (in bumper fog light location)
Rigid Dually - Spot (mounted on A-pillar)
Rigid E-series 50" light bar (mounted top of windshield)



Stock headlights



Stock headlights w/ Rigid Dually D2 Driving (mounted in bumper - fog light location)



Stock headlights w/ Rigid Dually - Spot (mounted on A-pillar)



Stock headlights w/ Rigid E-series 50" light bar



Everything turn on!



A shot from the front.



I still have a Rigid SR-series 10" light bar to install (on the bull bar) but waiting for my Warn Zeon 10-S to come. Also ordered a set of trucklites w/ anti-flicker harness today.
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Old 09-17-2013, 09:47 AM   #70
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Northridge 4x4 Grade 8 bolt kit

Received the Northridge 4x4 grade 8 bolt kit in the mail yesterday.

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Warn Zeon 10-S w/ rope cover plate and Factor 55 Prolink

Picked up my Warn Zeon 10-S winch along with the solid cover plate and a Factor 55 Prolink loaded.


Zeon 10-S unpacked



Warn winch rope solid cover plate #89775



Factor 55 Prolink loaded

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Here are a few shots I just took of the Rigid Industry lights I have right now.

Rigid Dullay D2 Driving (in bumper fog light location)
Rigid Dually - Spot (mounted on A-pillar)
Rigid E-series 50" light bar (mounted top of windshield)



Stock headlights



Stock headlights w/ Rigid Dually D2 Driving (mounted in bumper - fog light location)



Stock headlights w/ Rigid Dually - Spot (mounted on A-pillar)



Stock headlights w/ Rigid E-series 50" light bar



Everything turn on!



A shot from the front.



I still have a Rigid SR-series 10" light bar to install (on the bull bar) but waiting for my Warn Zeon 10-S to come. Also ordered a set of trucklites w/ anti-flicker harness today.

Wow!!! Thank you for taking the time to do this. This looks a lot better than I expected. Have you though about mounting the 10" SR on the hood? It would probably have to be a spot beam pattern though.
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Wow!!! Thank you for taking the time to do this. This looks a lot better than I expected. Have you though about mounting the 10" SR on the hood? It would probably have to be a spot beam pattern though.
I've thought about placing the 10" on the hood but think it might throw too much light across the hood (the mount sits pretty low). Also, I'm not sure if it would bug me seeing it sitting there on the hood all the time. It is worth the time to test it out though. The 10" that I have is a combo spot/flood so it's either going on the hood or bull bar??? Hope to find out this weekend.
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Real nice rig

Thank you!
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Real nice rig
X2

Waiting to pull the trigger on a set of ProComp 7005's with 315 DT, and the LOD Armor Lite Mid Width myself.
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Warn Zeon 10-S and Truck-lites LED Headlights installed

Got the winch and the Truck-Lites LED Headlights installed (late) last night.



The Truck-Lites were very easy to install. True plug-n-play.

Removed the grill by unplugging the turn flashers first and the pulling the grill straight out. There are 6 snap plugs that hold it in place (1 behind each turn flasher and 4 at the bottom)



Next remove the 4 torx screws holding the chrome ring around the light.



Then pull out the red tab.



squeeze the plug and pull it apart.



Pull the chrome ring off the light.



Place the chrome ring onto the new Truck-lite unit and attach the anti-flicker harness.



Mount the Truck-lite into the body of the jeep (the bulb is marked "TOP") and attach the 4 screws to secure the chrome ring and light bulb. Repeat for other side and replace the front grill, petty simple upgrade (about a 30-45min job).

Here is a photo if a stock headlight and a Truck-lite.




Stock headlights low beam:

Truck-lite low beam:



Stock headlights high beam:

Truck-lite high beam:



The Truck-lites LED lights are definitely an improvement over the stock lights. They are a much cleaner and brighter (the Truck-lites are white light while the stock lights are more of a yellow color) type of light, makes objects stand out more than the stock headlights and they look cool on or off!

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MagnaFlow Performance "Off Road Pro Series" Exhaust

I couldn't sleep this morning, so I got up at 5:30am and thought I would get a head start on installing my MagnaFlow exhaust before my kids soccer game at 8:00am. I wanted to get rid of that 55gal barrel that's the stock muffler. The stocker is ugly, weights a ton and has a wimpy sound. I wanted a little deeper sound that wasn't crazy load and something that dumped out before the rear axle for clearance on drop offs.

The hardest part of this mod is getting the stock system off. Basically, just getting the 3 rubber hangers off the hooks. I sprayed silicon lube on both sides of each hanger and was able to remove the hangers with just my hands. I would push on the hook with both thumbs, pull with my fingers and wiggle the hanger around. You just have to get the hanger to pop up on the lip of the hook, then it will come right off.



A picture of the stock system (top) next to the MagnaFlow (bottom)



Mounting point at the cat.



Turn down exit before the rear axle.



Total time out in the garage was just under an hour and a half (1:28). Washed my hands and drove the jeep to the game with a smile on my face
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Kudos! Looking VERY good.

Does the MagnaFlow install mean that you don't have spacing issues taht are typical with a frame lift?
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Kudos! Looking VERY good.

Does the MagnaFlow install mean that you don't have spacing issues taht are typical with a frame lift?
There still could be an issue up front with the front driveline if your lift is over 2.5" (some say 3") but that's why most lift kits recommend an exhaust spacer kit with their lifts. I think some big travel kits (coilovers mostly) will say that it is required/ recommend to run an exhaust system that dumps before the rear axle for clearance.
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Nice exhaust. I'm curious on possible fumes for the kids with being so close to the doors. I would love to see a YouTube vid of the sound and your thoughts.
Again looks great.
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Nice exhaust. I'm curious on possible fumes for the kids with being so close to the doors. I would love to see a YouTube vid of the sound and your thoughts.
Again looks great.
Thanks, It's a very clean and tidy system. The only time there are any fumes is if I start it in the garage and let it sit there for a minute. But that's only because it dumps out about 10ft inside the garage. On the move I haven't had any hint of fumes (top off, top up, windows down/top on, etc...). Really the only smell that I've noticed so far is the oil burning off the pipes.

I tried to make a video to get the sound of it, but the camera I have sucks! (i'm trying to borrow one from a friend). I'd say it's a nice deep sound at idle and sounds good on normal to light accelerations. It does get pretty loud under full throttle starts and passing, though.

I really like how it cleans up the backend of my Jeep. I hated the look of the silver stock 55gal drum.
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Nice. I myself like a louder deeper sound when I get on the gas. The Pentastar sounds real good with the doors off and opened up.
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Just want to add my 2 cents.
Love the jeep! Color is great as well. I haven't seen it offered in 13 when I started my search.
Everything your doing is great and I await your next posts.
Great thread!
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Bestop Twill Supertop NX soft top installed

Ok, I got a chance to install my soft top today. It's the Bestop Twill Supertop NX. I think I had the older instructions because the website has a different version, that's a little better with more detailed information, than what came in the box. I also watched the Bestop youtube install video while doing this install. With the newer instructions and watching the video step by step, the install is pretty easy. I will show some photos of the few steps that I found tricky with my install.

First thing is to install the cable guide brackets to the rear door rails. Make sure you install the head of the screw from the bottom up (the screw head is in the door jam) so the nut is sitting in the track. (i have it wrong in the photo below!)



Then place the front door rails on and use a long knob bolt at the front (next to windshield) and the short knob bolt to connect the rear and front door rails. And the other two long knob bolts are used at the rear door rail. Don't tighten them down just yet! Mount the front and rear top arch first then tighten the 6 (3 each side) knob blots down. Otherwise getting the top arches in will be very tuff and you will risk breaking the tabs off!

Here is a photo of the top arch in place with the cable guide bracket mounted correctly.(the screws are inserted from the bottom up with the nut on top in the track).




Next you need to mount the right and left bow mount brackets (each is marked "RH" UP & "LH" UP). The bracket should be on the inside of the roll bar.




The next step is the mount the side bows to the header. Pretty easy to do but make sure that the "tabs" and the (half circle nub) are FACING TO THE INSIDE of the jeep and to do both sides of the header (4 screws are needed to hold each side bar to the header).




So that the spring catch lever can lock the "half circle nub/thingy" to the door rail.




Mounting the #3 & #4 bows is fairly easy, as is securing the stay strap between the two (screw the screws into the strap first). It's much easier to use a cordless driver too!

Mounting the #2 bow to the side bow is easier if you unlatch the side bow "half circle thingy" and lift the side bow a little. Getting the plastic bushings to stay in place while holding the bracket and trying to get the screw in only took a few tries but i got it without throwing any tools.

Mounting the side bow assembly to the #3 bow is as easy as putting a pivot knuckle screw on each side.

Next was placing the foam weather stripping onto the front of the header. (photo of passenger side)




With the header in place (but not latched down) and the pulling the top towards the rear of the jeep and then lift the header up about a foot or so to put slack in the cable. Find the cable springs behind the rear doors on each side and mount them to the bottom hole on the #3 bow and then squeeze the spring hook to lock it in place with pliers.

Now its time to secure the top to the #4, 3 & 2 bows with screws. Its much easier to screw the screws into the flaps before trying to do this part.

#4 bow - pull the top's (4) flaps under and around the #4 bow and attach with 4 screws.





#3 bow - just pull the top's flap towards the front of the jeep (don't try to go around/under the bow like the other two (#4 & #2) and secure it with 4 screws.





#2 bow - pull the top's flap so that it goes around the #2 bow and attach it with 5 screws.





After that secure the header to the (2) footman's loop at the windshield




All the hard parts are done.




Now just install the windows and it will look like this.








The Bestop Twill Supertop NX is SWEET! I stopped by at the dealership where I bought my Jeep and showed off the mods that I've done so far and looked at the factory top on a wrangler they had. This Bestop simply blows it away!!! Glad I didn't spend the money on the factory soft top!
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Power Tank CO2 air system

My Power Tank just showed up at the front door.



I went with the 10lb package "B" system in satin black.

Here are some photos of the kit out of the box.



Everthing unpacked.



Hope to get it installed this weekend.
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50" Rigid LED Light Bar and Dully A-Pillar install

This is a little back tracking but thought someone might want to know how I ran the wires for my lights on the A-pillar and for the 50" Rigid Light bar.

The A-pillar lights are really easy to wire up. I just ran the wires under the cowl and under the hood at the same place as some factory wires.






Passenger side run across hood. I used some plastic conduit and a few 1"x1" zip-tie mounting bases to secure and protect the wires.



Joined the wires from both sides into one conduit and down into the engine compartment following the stock wires.



The 50" Rigid LED light bar was a little harder to run the wires down the windshield cleanly. At first I used the zip-tie mounting bases along the light bracket on the driver side and had the wires running down right next to the bracket, but don't like the way it looked. So, I found some thick sheets of rubber at the local hardware store and copied the Rigid supplied rubber gasket. I trimmed the new thicker gasket back, about a half inch, on the windshield side to make room for the wires. *To run it this way you will have to cut the factory wire harness off and connect the wires. I soldered and used heat shrink tubing.*







I ran the light bar wires in with the wires from the A-pillar lights and into the engine compartment. Attached the wires with zip-ties along the fender to the the sPOD box.



Turned out very clean and really doesn't smash the wires much (just enough to hold them in place).
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Rock Hard 4x4 Skid Plates installed

Since today was such a great day I went for a 3hr bike ride and the spent a few hours working on the underside of the jeep. I've had the Rock Hard 4x4 fuel tank and the oil pan/transmission skid plates setting in a corner of the garage for some time now.

The Rock Hard 4x4 fuel tank skid is a quick install. You just need to remove 5 factory skid plate bolts and place the 3/16" Rock Hard 4x4 plate up over the factory skid and replace the (2) stock bolts on the outside and (1) at the stock transfer case skid.

The 2 at the front of the factory skid are replaced with the supplied bolts and tapered washers.



Then use the 3 supplied bolts and locknuts to mount the Rock Hard skid to the stock skid at the rear of the tank (2 on the inside and 1 on the outside). To do this you will need to drill 3 holes with a 3/8" bit. The stock skid is thin sheet metal so this is very quick and easy. Tighten all bolts and nuts and you're done!





The oil pan/transmission skid took a little longer but is also easy to do. First remove the stock front cross member (3 bolts hold it in place). Remove the 2 bolts holding the stock transfer case skid to the main cross member.

Next you need to attach the brackets to the motor mounts on the driver and passenger sides.

The driver side bracket is the one that is more or less bent in the middle.
Attach the shorter end to the driver side lower "oval" motor mount.





The passenger side bracket is the one that is bent at the ends.



It mounts to the lower "oval" motor mount as well.



I slid the Rock Hard 4x4 skid under the stock transfer case skid to help hold the skid in place as I placed the supplied bolts and nuts through the brackets at the front of the skid (the brackets go on the outside of the skid on a 2013) - just make them hand tight. Now move the skid around to align the Rock Hard skid and the stock transfer case skid over the bolt hole in the cross member and place the stock mounting bolts in and tighten. (If you remove the stock transfer case skid or have the Rock Hard transfer case skid you will use the supplied bolt and tapered washer instead). Tighten the (4) bolts at the front brackets and you're protected!





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I was born and raised in Fresno. BHS '04, and CSUF grad. Go dogs!

Now...where's the photos of you taking her out on Dusy Ershim?
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I love this thread!

I wish I was able to buy all my accessories so quickly, unfortunately I will have to save up over the next year to complete my mods.

Thanks for sharing, and keep on posting pics and descriptions.

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