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Old 07-02-2013, 05:25 PM   #99601
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I went to walk my gf out to her car tonight and it was about 1 am and my jeep and her car were in my drive way. I went to pull it in the garage and notice my door wasn't shut all the way and center council was open. I called my girlfriend and she said her phone charger was gone an stuff was moved out of her center council. So someone was in our cars and luckily only the phone charger was taken. I don't understand why people have to be jack asses and steel from people. I guess I learned from now on to keep my jeep in the garage.
What important decisions does your center council make, im glad none of them got hurt!

But on a serious note I do hate thieves...

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Haven't been on in awhile, been in the process of moving to north Carolina. But I need some help, I'm about to pull my hair out. I put in some led side marker lights, and the lights work fine. However over the course of that same day my blinkers stopped working, along with my hazards. Everything else works, brake lights, just not the blinkers or hazards. So I replaced the flasher with an led compatible one, nothing. Tried putting on the stock sockets and bulbs again, nothing, replaced the multifunction switch, nothing. I don't know what else to do, all my connections are solid. No turn signals. Luckily I haven't been pulled over, yet.
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Old 07-03-2013, 05:34 PM   #99604
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Whats ya'lls thoughts what mods should i make.
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Old 07-03-2013, 08:25 PM   #99605
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Whats ya'lls thoughts what mods should i make.
From what I can see from your avatar, you've already got the lift wheels and tires, so I'd start with:

Remove milk jugs from bumpers

Paint headlight bezels black (I've got plastidip on mine but bedliner is a well used option too)

Get some fabric dye and paint your rollbar covers back to black, or just take the covers off. If they're that faded I wouldn't be surprised that your dash was faded too. Theres a great thread,

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/tire...it-152938.html

With tons of ideas. With your black jeep you can pick pretty much whatever color you'd want to, and it'd look B.A. I'm a huge fan of black jeeps with blue accents.

Tint your turn signals black, can pick up the tint at any place like autozone.

That's all the cheaper stuff I can think of. Besides that, drop your $ into stuff that'll make it a better 4 wheeler. Lockers and a winch for one.
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Old 07-03-2013, 08:27 PM   #99606
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My grandpa just told me I'm getting his 84 z28 next summer. It has all original 2600 miles on it. Looks like I have a daily driver coming in the near future.
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From what I can see from your avatar, you've already got the lift wheels and tires, so I'd start with:

Remove milk jugs from bumpers (good idea)

Paint headlight bezels black (I've got plastidip on mine but bedliner is a well used option too) (personal choice)

Get some fabric dye and paint your rollbar covers back to black, or just take the covers off. If they're that faded I wouldn't be surprised that your dash was faded too. Theres a great thread,

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/tire...it-152938.html (it is a great thread)

With tons of ideas. With your black jeep you can pick pretty much whatever color you'd want to, and it'd look B.A. I'm a huge fan of black jeeps with blue accents. (Green is always another awesome option)

Tint your turn signals black, can pick up the tint at any place like autozone. (Bad bad bad idea)

That's all the cheaper stuff I can think of. Besides that, drop your $ into stuff that'll make it a better 4 wheeler. Lockers and a winch for one. (Pretty good idea)
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My grandpa just told me I'm getting his 84 z28 next summer. It has all original 2600 miles on it. Looks like I have a daily driver coming in the near future.
How does it only have 2600 miles?! It's 29 years old thats less than 100 miles per year.
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Old 07-04-2013, 07:07 PM   #99609
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My thoughts on those are in parentheses after the comments.

How does it only have 2600 miles?! It's 29 years old thats less than 100 miles per year.
Yeah, the turn signals are just something I've seen done, if I did it myself I wouldt turn em black, just darken a bit so its not a glaring amber color
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Mine are tinted a bit. I'm not crazy about them now but not crazy about bright amber either. They aren't so much you can't see them in daylight, but enough to look a bit darker. I did one coat with nightshades.
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Old 07-04-2013, 10:34 PM   #99611
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Mine are tinted a bit. I'm not crazy about them now but not crazy about bright amber either. They aren't so much you can't see them in daylight, but enough to look a bit darker. I did one coat with nightshades.
I had mine slightly darkened and hated them. But thats just me, and blinkers are one thing but I hate when people do taillights to a point I cant hardly see them
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Old 07-04-2013, 11:14 PM   #99612
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My thoughts on those are in parentheses after the comments.

How does it only have 2600 miles?! It's 29 years old thats less than 100 miles per year.
My grandpa rarely drove it, it mostly sat in the garage with the cover on it. I drove it for the first time yesterday and it drove great. It had power windows, power locks, cruise control and the radio is in good condition.
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Old 07-04-2013, 11:36 PM   #99613
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I had mine slightly darkened and hated them. But thats just me, and blinkers are one thing but I hate when people do taillights to a point I cant hardly see them
I hate the taillights you can barely see but aren't tinted
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My grandpa rarely drove it, it mostly sat in the garage with the cover on it. I drove it for the first time yesterday and it drove great. It had power windows, power locks, cruise control and the radio is in good condition.
I do have an odd love for 3rd gen camaros... almost bought an iroc for my first car.

But im getting a second car saturday for free, the back story is that it was my dads we rebuilt the engine and made it a really nice car (rims, tires, all nice cosmetically etc.) Then he sold it to my idiot cousin way to cheap to help him out, my cousin then broke it down and let it set in my aunts driveway for a couple years until a month ago I asked if I could buy it and he said I could have it... so im reallt excited to have a second car and not have to really worry about jeep downtime for mods and repairs now! Plus the new car and I have a sentimental connection. It is a 1989 toyota celica convertible 5 speed
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I had mine slightly darkened and hated them. But thats just me, and blinkers are one thing but I hate when people do taillights to a point I cant hardly see them

They really stuck out on my jeep. My tail lights are super light and my 3rd is normal. That's too risky.
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Old 07-05-2013, 12:34 PM   #99616
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I do have an odd love for 3rd gen camaros... almost bought an iroc for my first car.

But im getting a second car saturday for free, the back story is that it was my dads we rebuilt the engine and made it a really nice car (rims, tires, all nice cosmetically etc.) Then he sold it to my idiot cousin way to cheap to help him out, my cousin then broke it down and let it set in my aunts driveway for a couple years until a month ago I asked if I could buy it and he said I could have it... so im reallt excited to have a second car and not have to really worry about jeep downtime for mods and repairs now! Plus the new car and I have a sentimental connection. It is a 1989 toyota celica convertible 5 speed
I just learned from my dad that the Camaro has the v8, I'm going to have some fun next summer lol
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Was talkin to my dad a few days ago and he promised he'd let me have the caddy for senior prom next year, so that'll be sweet. Thing will get after it. Only condition is I'll have to drive 275 miles to his house and swap my jeep for it.
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Was talkin to my dad a few days ago and he promised he'd let me have the caddy for senior prom next year, so that'll be sweet. Thing will get after it. Only condition is I'll have to drive 275 miles to his house and swap my jeep for it.
Id rather have the jeep haha especially since that one doesnt have the nice "cargo" area
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Id rather have the jeep haha especially since that one doesnt have the nice "cargo" area
I agree with your point about driving the Jeep, but the backseat is awfully cramped for things like that. Ask me how I know.
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Only reason is that I'll likely be driving more than 2 people, and the jeep isn't fun in the backseat.
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Only reason is that I'll likely be driving more than 2 people, and the jeep isn't fun in the backseat.
In that case go caddy!

For my prom and graduation I drove topless and doorless (had the gown flapping out the door on that trip)
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In that case go caddy!

For my prom and graduation I drove topless and doorless (had the gown flapping out the door on that trip)
Oh if I did that for prom I'd never hear the end of it. It literally killed me to put the top on in 80 degree weather a few months ago, no chance of rain for days. But it was either top on or no date. Couldnt mess the hair up.
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Oh if I did that for prom I'd never hear the end of it. It literally killed me to put the top on in 80 degree weather a few months ago, no chance of rain for days. But it was either top on or no date. Couldnt mess the hair up.
Haha I guess thats a perk of having a fleet of automobiles at my dispoal, and a girlfriend willing to wear a ponytail everywere... shes gone now though haha
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It has not been my luck this week. Fist someone looks through my jeep and now some f***** threw an egg at me when he was driving by, I was just walking down the sidewalk. But I know who it was and he doesn't know it was me. I will get him back whether it's tomorrow, next week, or next year. I know exactly where he lives and he should be surprised if we wakes up with a nice present on his car or house, well hell why not both?
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It has not been my luck this week. Fist someone looks through my jeep and now some f***** threw an egg at me when he was driving by, I was just walking down the sidewalk. But I know who it was and he doesn't know it was me. I will get him back whether it's tomorrow, next week, or next year. I know exactly where he lives and he should be surprised if we wakes up with a nice present on his car or house, well hell why not both?
Not suggesting anything here nor am I responsible for any damages caused: but brake fluid will eat paint away if your feeling destructive, or you could buy a cheap valve stem puller somewhere and pull all of his valve stems leaving him with 4 flats and no way to make them hold air unless he has extra stems and the tool. But dont forgrt classics like cling wrapping the car, or as a few people did to a friend of mine wrap it in various chains with a bunch of locks on it requiring either bolt cutters or something (but thats kind of expensive) I have also heard that bologna will peel paint off in the righy conditions. Just somw things I hace heard about but woukd never try
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Not suggesting anything here nor am I responsible for any damages caused: but brake fluid will eat paint away if your feeling destructive, or you could buy a cheap valve stem puller somewhere and pull all of his valve stems leaving him with 4 flats and no way to make them hold air unless he has extra stems and the tool. But dont forgrt classics like cling wrapping the car, or as a few people did to a friend of mine wrap it in various chains with a bunch of locks on it requiring either bolt cutters or something (but thats kind of expensive) I have also heard that bologna will peel paint off in the righy conditions. Just somw things I hace heard about but woukd never try
Hmmm now there are some good ideas, I like the valve stem puller.
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Hmmm now there are some good ideas, I like the valve stem puller.
Its a personal favorite haha
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One of my favorites is jacking up both axles and put blocks under them (2 stacks per). Make it so the tires are barely off the ground. Be careful tho, if its not done correctly, things can go bad pretty fast and I'm not responsible for anything this prank
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One of my favorites is jacking up both axles and put blocks under them (2 stacks per). Make it so the tires are barely off the ground. Be careful tho, if its not done correctly, things can go bad pretty fast and I'm not responsible for anything this prank
I've done that.... Haha
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I've done that.... Haha
I'm still waiting for right person to do it to

There's also pulling spark plugs if you have access

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