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Old 07-28-2013, 06:38 PM   #1
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2004 Wrangler Unlimited LJ Build

Hey guys this is just a thread on my build for my 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.
Bought it back in May 2013 stock everything with just over 61k on her.
Love it to death.
Heres a picture of my LJ with my Lift already one it, cant find any photos when it was stock
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My first thing that I did with it was put HID lights in it. As you TJ owners know, the headlights and mostly seal beam bulbs so I had to guy the H4 conversion head lights that I got from AutoZone for just under $100 and then got my HID H4 kit from a guy on Ebay that I have bought all my HID kits from. HID kit was just under $30. They are H4 bulbs and color is 6000k(which is a whiteish/ blue color)
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Nice jeep man love the ljs lol and yeah first thing I did was lights lol

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Nice jeep man love the ljs lol and yeah first thing I did was lights lol

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Thanks man, like your lights to, I have plans to add a 10" led bar and a 50" led bar on it later down the road.
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After I did the HID kit, I installed a aftermarket Sony radio so that I can hook up my amp and sub (still to come) with ease.
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Then it was time to have fun so that I can do more extreme off roading and mudding. I did a 2.5" RC suspension lift with a 1.25" RC body lift. Did all the work my self and got the lift for just around $350 off extremeterrain.com. Saved about $1200 installing the lift with my buddy.
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And then of course after getting the lift on I had to go and have 33x10.50 BFG Mud Terrain tires!!
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Heres a video I did on a How-To for the Body Lift kit.


After I did that I installed some RiverRaiders Hi-lift mounts on the hood with a 42" Hi-lift jack. Was very easy and got both through etremeterrain.com for just under $160.
And heres a little How-To that I did for that install, very straight forward and easy, the people at RiverRaiders said that you can just use the stock bolts but mine stripped out when I was uninstalling them so I just took out the clips underneath and installed my own bolts.
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nice looking....
White was my second color choice.
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Smart lift. RC springs are soft and progressive. The 1" BL is smart too, and going with 33x10.5's is also a smart move.

Hopefully you at least upgraded those shocks to the nitrogen units. Unless this is a mostly street vehicle.

I would also suggest a 1" MML/1" steering riser lift with a tummy tuck as your next upgrade. Best bang for the buck there.
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nice looking....
White was my second color choice.
Thanks man, I love it. Have done alot of work to it, but it is hard to keep it clean. Keeping the mud off it is hard haha
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Smart lift. RC springs are soft and progressive. The 1" BL is smart too, and going with 33x10.5's is also a smart move.

Hopefully you at least upgraded those shocks to the nitrogen units. Unless this is a mostly street vehicle.

I would also suggest a 1" MML/1" steering riser lift with a tummy tuck as your next upgrade. Best bang for the buck there.

Thanks man, yeah I have plans down the road to get a 1"MML.
But what is a 1" steering riser lift with tummy tuck?
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Thanks man, yeah I have plans down the road to get a 1"MML.
But what is a 1" steering riser lift with tummy tuck?
WHen you do a body lift, technically your supposed to do a 1" steering riser mount too. Your steering shaft under the hood sits up on a riser plate. It keeps the steering linear(some people get a non linear steering feel)and keeps the joint angle on the column correct reducing premature wear and tear. It cost about 40 bucks and involves just 2 bolts. 10 minute install job. M.O.R.E. makes it.

The tummy tuck is when you get rid of the low hanging transfer case shovel skid and replace it with a lo profile flat skid. It will actually improve your off road abilities on an LJ just as much as a 2-3" suspension lift will. The big weak point on the LJ is the breakover angle. Going with a tummy tuck reduces this weak point.
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Then it was time to have fun so that I can do more extreme off roading and mudding. I did a 2.5" RC suspension lift with a 1.25" RC body lift. Did all the work my self and got the lift for just around $350 off extremeterrain.com. Saved about $1200 installing the lift with my buddy.
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And then of course after getting the lift on I had to go and have 33x10.50 BFG Mud Terrain tires!!
I was considering getting that same setup. How hard would it be for a somewhat noob mechanic like myself to install that on my TJ?
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I was considering getting that same setup. How hard would it be for a somewhat noob mechanic like myself to install that on my TJ?
OK if you a noob mechanic, You can install this with very minor hickups. The suspension lift is very easy and straight forward on how to install, you take a shock out and then a spring and then you install a new spring and a new shock. Very easy, I have faith in you on that. Now the body lift will be a fun one for you to do, well it will have you walking back and fourth cussing me out haha. But no doubt a noob can still do it, and i know y, because i learned from the mistakes in the instructions provided haha... ok so i dont know if you have checked out my youtube channel but I have a video on there that shows how to install the body lift. The body lift pucks and the radiator spacers are very easy to install for all you need to do is remove the old bolts and washers and install the pucks, there are some key things in my video that i point out tho when installing the pucks so pay attention to that. once the BL it self is installed you will have to move your radiator fan shroud for when you do a BL the fan on the engine ends up hitting the shroud and this is where I messed up but fixed it after looking at it a few hours haha. WHAT EVER YOU DO, DO NOT,, I SAY DO NOT, remove the fan or the fan plate that is on your belt for the engine (serpentine belt). all you will need to do is unbolt the radiator fan shroud and just move it down. this will require you to buy some self tapping bolts so that you can rebolt the fan shroud back on. once you have that done just double check all your tourqes on your bolts and have fun with your new lift... i love it alot and it is very cheap. let me know if you have any more questions or is you want me to take some pics to show u better what im talking about for the fan shroud.
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Installed a new Poison Spyder Brawler bar bumper a little while ago. I love it and it is amazing, put it to the test also on some trails and rock crawling and it held up well. cost a little bit but was worth the price!!
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Painted it black with some Semi-Gloss Rustolium spray paint, and the D-rings you see I painted white with the same type of paint and only paid $12 for them on ebay!!
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Looks good. I noticed this thread after I asked you what lift you had on it. LOL
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Nice Lj. I love the tires. Whats ur next mod.
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i want the fender flares that poison spyder sells, but way to much money so i am going to try and just cut my stock flares.... well see how it goes
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OK if you a noob mechanic, You can install this with very minor hickups. The suspension lift is very easy and straight forward on how to install, you take a shock out and then a spring and then you install a new spring and a new shock. Very easy, I have faith in you on that. Now the body lift will be a fun one for you to do, well it will have you walking back and fourth cussing me out haha. But no doubt a noob can still do it, and i know y, because i learned from the mistakes in the instructions provided haha... ok so i dont know if you have checked out my youtube channel but I have a video on there that shows how to install the body lift. The body lift pucks and the radiator spacers are very easy to install for all you need to do is remove the old bolts and washers and install the pucks, there are some key things in my video that i point out tho when installing the pucks so pay attention to that. once the BL it self is installed you will have to move your radiator fan shroud for when you do a BL the fan on the engine ends up hitting the shroud and this is where I messed up but fixed it after looking at it a few hours haha. WHAT EVER YOU DO, DO NOT,, I SAY DO NOT, remove the fan or the fan plate that is on your belt for the engine (serpentine belt). all you will need to do is unbolt the radiator fan shroud and just move it down. this will require you to buy some self tapping bolts so that you can rebolt the fan shroud back on. once you have that done just double check all your tourqes on your bolts and have fun with your new lift... i love it alot and it is very cheap. let me know if you have any more questions or is you want me to take some pics to show u better what im talking about for the fan shroud.
Ok thanks for the help man! And yeah I have seen your youtube, I'm sure I'll be following that closely when it comes around the time to install the bl
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Ok here is a picture from the day when I bought this Jeep. Was 100% stock when i got it, and now look at her haha


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took the Jeep off roading and got a little muddy
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Ok so I have been wanting to mount a amp and a sub in my Jeep for the longest time and heres what I came up with,,,,, I just bought this cheap amp from AutoZone for like $50 and its just enough to give power to a sub that I am going to install in the center console. This is the best place i could find to install a amp to keep your space in the back to haul stuff aorund still and keep it hidden.
Let me know what yall think!!!

Best place i believe is in the underside of your rear seat!!! All i did was use the bolt holes and just zip tied it to the frame of the seat!


This is it all wired up, havent installed the sub yet so I just prewired everything so when i get the sub all i have to do is connect the speaker wires to it and waaaalaaa!!
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Ok so I have been wanting to mount a amp and a sub in my Jeep for the longest time and heres what I came up with,,,,, I just bought this cheap amp from AutoZone for like $50 and its just enough to give power to a sub that I am going to install in the center console. This is the best place i could find to install a amp to keep your space in the back to haul stuff aorund still and keep it hidden.
Let me know what yall think!!!

Best place i believe is in the underside of your rear seat!!! All i did was use the bolt holes and just zip tied it to the frame of the seat!


This is it all wired up, havent installed the sub yet so I just prewired everything so when i get the sub all i have to do is connect the speaker wires to it and waaaalaaa!!

I like the creativity in mounting location but my concern is any heat the amp gives off... Electrical components get hot when they're being used. I'm not sure how well the cushioning of the seat will stand up to it and the potential of having a fire… any Jeep vets please correct me…
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I like the creativity in mounting location but my concern is any heat the amp gives off... Electrical components get hot when they're being used. I'm not sure how well the cushioning of the seat will stand up to it and the potential of having a fire… any Jeep vets please correct me…
Yeah I was thinking about that also but I had a amp installed in my previous truck in a very tight spot under the rear seat ( not in it like this one) and it never gave me any problems,,,,, but yes very good question.... does anyone know if this may be a bad idea or could start a fire?
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I did something very similar years ago with a Rockford Fosgate Punch 75. Those amps got pretty warm. I hooked up a small fan to blow across the amp (in line with the amp cooling vents). Go look for some 12V small fans and add one. It will remove all your concerns
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For a couple reasons I would isolate that amp from its current surroundings by mounting it on a piece of MDF or whatever sheet material was handy. I usually cut it to fit the location and amp, paint it black (listening to the stones while doing it is optional), and mount it all together.
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Not only the heat issue, but, what if you want to remove the back seat for a lot of gear on a few days trip? Also, what about the flexing of the seat rods you have it ziptied to. I am with UFOtestpilot. Mount a piece of sheet metal on the rods with some small cable clamps simlilar to these in the pic but small enough to fit the rod. I am sure you can find something at a local hardware store. Then, install small rubber isolators under the amp for vibration reduction.

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My first thing that I did with it was put HID lights in it. As you TJ owners know, the headlights and mostly seal beam bulbs so I had to guy the H4 conversion head lights that I got from AutoZone for just under $100 and then got my HID H4 kit from a guy on Ebay that I have bought all my HID kits from. HID kit was just under $30. They are H4 bulbs and color is 6000k(which is a whiteish/ blue color)
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Would you let me know how I go about upgrading the headlights?What parts at autozone? and what site and part on Ebay? Thanks in advance, Jim
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Would you let me know how I go about upgrading the headlights?What parts at autozone? and what site and part on Ebay? Thanks in advance, Jim
This is the easiest upgrade that I did on my Jeep and by far my favorite for the lights. Below are the links for the headlight assembly that I got from AutoZone and also the HID H4 6000k bulbs that I got from Ebay. The headlight assembly you can find cheaper on Ebay but I didnt like the ones on Ebay thats why I went with the ones at AutoZone.
This is the headlight assembly conversion link below
Rampage/Headlamp Assembly (5089925) | 2004 Jeep Wrangler 4WD 6 Cylinders S 4.0L SFI | AutoZone.com

This is the HID kit link from Ebay, this is a great guy and have bought 6 sets over the years from him. Best price and works well with customers.
Xeno HID Kit H1 H3 H6M H4 H7 H8 H11 H9 H10 H13 9004 9005 9006 9007 D2S D2R 6000K | eBay

Feel free to ask any other questions you may have, will be more than happy to help out in any way!
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Thanks again, I'm sure I'll have more ?. I have a 04 LJ

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