Sweet! Thanks bro! I'm on my iPad or iPhone 95% of the time too on the forum and believe it or not, it's a little easier on those than the computer. I've been wanting a set I those floor mats from quadratec.
I've seen posts from a few people here who have them and posted pics. The fit looked great and people had good things to say about them.
Also, is it ur first time attempting car painting, or just the first time painting that particular vehicle? Better to spray less paint than too much and cause runs, because missing a few spots is WAY easier to fix than fixing a run. If it is in fact ur first attempt ever, I'd practice on a piece of cardboard or something. Good luck
I have installed an AEV 2" lift on my jeep, however it was just the spacer lift. Spacers and shock extensions. Still waiting on wheels and tires. Install wasn't bad at all. The ride is pretty much the exact same however, I can notice a little bit of top heaviness. I am thinking that will change once I put my wheels and tires on and widen the stance.
I live in Loudoun county but my work brings me to Martinsburg.
I'm going to checking out Sleepy Creek this coming Saturday, 3/2. If anyone would like to play tour guide that would be awesome. How fussy are the authorities with getting on the power line trail? Google Earth shows lots of vehicle activity and I saw a YouTube video of someone doing a little mudding.
I read all 10 pages of this thread. It's nice to know other folks were stewing over whether to go with AEV or RK. I opted for AEV's 2 1/2" kit (gets installed this Friday, Lord willing) but only because with the dearth of wheeling areas around here I couldn't justify spending $$$ for one of RK's high end lift kits.
If anyone wants info on the northern portion of the GWNF (Capon Springs to Staunton) let me know. I've driven the majority of the year round forest roads and have GPS tracks & waypoints for them. I have a trip report from this last 3 day weekend in the Virginia forum.
I am new to forum and mburg area looking for a group to wheel with
Unfortunately, local spots are kind of limited unless you know someone with private land, and I do not. I'm probably going to Rausch Creek with a bunch of people from WF in May-July. It's the 2nd annual and last year was a blast. I'll post up the thread if you're interested in attending.
Originally Posted by kawa001
What road are you thinking about doing?
There's a bunch of Jeepers in the VA Forum who are going down on 3/9. Feel free to join us. I'm taking a friend with me so it's just a day trip but usually I'll make it a whole weekend.
I've never been, so probably the easiest. I may do that instead since I'll probably be hungover the 3/16 weekend since St. Pat's is my birthday and all.
As far as Sleepy Creek, I have a friend that went and said it was a nice ride, but I'm not sure how the authorities are as far as if they're cool with people doing the trails or not. I know he met someone else up there by the lines while wheeling one weekend and they stuck together so it seems like it's a pretty common thing. I may be down. Let me know what time and PM me your number and maybe we can arrange something. I'll have to warn you though, I'm in a Jeep that's stock except for the RK 2.5" lift. I still have the stock wheels and SRAs right now.
Just checking in on the "gang". Hope all is good with everyone. I took the liberty of plasti-dipping my grill and windshield brackets. I like the way it turned out and that paint is some real durable stuff. Also very easy to work with. I will try to post a pic...
I did not snap a pic of the windshield brackets but will soon. Stay in touch everyone
Hey guys, I haven't been on in a long time, just seeing how everyone is?! Since I've been gone, I've added dual exhaust, intake, new rear bumper, diff covers, new shocks, and about to install a steering stabilizer and hopefully I'll be getting new rims and 35s here soon. Oh also I created a Facebook page for a jeep club for the area. It's in the process of meet and greets and rides/camping trips. Feel free to join, it's wv Jeepin. Hoe all is well for everyone