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Yesterday 10:40 PM
ljvsnyder Installed barricade front seat covers. I have a review here.
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f274/ba...l#post13629473
Yesterday 09:58 PM
Skywgn1 New Poison Spyder Louvers and Synergy upper and lower gussets and sleeve today.
Zone disconnects tomorrow.
Yesterday 09:47 PM
Speedygt
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Originally Posted by Viciousjay View Post
I also made this grill, and also debadged the fenders
Grill looks good.
Yesterday 09:43 PM
Speedygt
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Originally Posted by dmako View Post

Did mine last year and worked great. Touch up this weekend for this winter
Good to here.
Yesterday 09:37 PM
Dsm1849
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Originally Posted by ClayR View Post
Picked it up from the upholstry shop. Will get some good pics in the light.
That looks fantastic.
Yesterday 09:33 PM
Flynnstone
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Originally Posted by InfoJunkie View Post
I did a mildly-heated washer fluid mod. I bought three feet of 1/4 inch copper tubing, wrapped it around the upper radiator hose (I thought I might need to worry about kinks, but way over thought it as it wrapped pretty easily). Then I took 2 sections of 4 ft long 5/32 washer fluid hose and two straight vacuum tube connectors and spliced the copper tubing into the existing washer fluid hose line leading to the wipers. I used some insulating wrap and a couple tiny zip ties to insulate/secure it all. Very easy mod, hopefully it keeps the washer fluid warm enough to avoid frosted over windows this winter. I also got some -25* RainX fluid... preparing for Winter. If I was to do anything over: I would have bought 5-6 feet of copper tubing to have much more to wrap around the radiator hose, and I would have used petroleum jelly to lube the connections of the copper to washer fluid hose (it was a bear to push on even just a half an inch).
Do you have pictures of this?
Yesterday 09:24 PM
ClayR Picked it up from the upholstry shop. Will get some good pics in the light.
Yesterday 09:07 PM
Puckerstrings Drove it and rotated the tires for the 1st time
Yesterday 08:44 PM
All Terrain JK
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Originally Posted by Duhboy View Post
What material are you using for these rails ?
DOM tubing and 1/8" plate steel. It's a kit by Poison Spyder that welds to the Rubi rails.

Got the welding finished and painted them.

Attachment 1509937

Also got some beef for the front axle.

Attachment 1509945

Synergy inner sleeves and C gussets.
Yesterday 08:28 PM
CowboyJeepFan Daughter came home from Florida. I took back the tail light guards I put on the last time she was home. But I did put 18" Sahara wheels and tires on her Sport in return. Had a guy waiting for the 17" wheels. He is going to paint them black.
Yesterday 08:07 PM
Duhboy
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Originally Posted by All Terrain JK View Post
Mocked up my dyi Rico rails. One side welded and ready for paint.
What material are you using for these rails ?
Yesterday 06:10 PM
ciarraikerry Installed JCR Vanguard rear bumper and did 5 tire rotation.
Yesterday 06:00 PM
Tupalev
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Originally Posted by Liberty_2112 View Post
Installed new rear bumper & tire carrier.

Barricade Trail Force XD





That is nice, well done. I have the same color and looking at that same bumper for a future upgrade.
Yesterday 05:22 PM
Bigbob2 Took the top off for what might be the last time of the year.. The forecast has sun and 24°c average until Sunday!
Yesterday 05:07 PM
GhostJeepin Forgot to add the pic! Here's the shine!
Yesterday 05:01 PM
GhostJeepin Today I got my shine on
Yesterday 04:55 PM
ATG
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Originally Posted by InfoJunkie View Post
I did a mildly-heated washer fluid mod. I bought three feet of 1/4 inch copper tubing, wrapped it around the upper radiator hose (I thought I might need to worry about kinks, but way over thought it as it wrapped pretty easily). Then I took 2 sections of 4 ft long 5/32 washer fluid hose and two straight vacuum tube connectors and spliced the copper tubing into the existing washer fluid hose line leading to the wipers. I used some insulating wrap and a couple tiny zip ties to insulate/secure it all. Very easy mod, hopefully it keeps the washer fluid warm enough to avoid frosted over windows this winter. I also got some -25* RainX fluid... preparing for Winter. If I was to do anything over: I would have bought 5-6 feet of copper tubing to have much more to wrap around the radiator hose, and I would have used petroleum jelly to lube the connections of the copper to washer fluid hose (it was a bear to push on even just a half an inch).
This is a very cool idea. I will be interested to hear how it works for you.
Yesterday 04:42 PM
InfoJunkie I did a mildly-heated washer fluid mod. I bought three feet of 1/4 inch copper tubing, wrapped it around the upper radiator hose (I thought I might need to worry about kinks, but way over thought it as it wrapped pretty easily). Then I took 2 sections of 4 ft long 5/32 washer fluid hose and two straight vacuum tube connectors and spliced the copper tubing into the existing washer fluid hose line leading to the wipers. I used some insulating wrap and a couple tiny zip ties to insulate/secure it all. Very easy mod, hopefully it keeps the washer fluid warm enough to avoid frosted over windows this winter. I also got some -25* RainX fluid... preparing for Winter.

If I was to do anything over: I would have bought 5-6 feet of copper tubing to have much more to wrap around the radiator hose, and I would have used petroleum jelly to lube the connections of the copper to washer fluid hose (it was a bear to push on even just a half an inch).
Yesterday 04:24 PM
Batmanwashere Picked up a boat to go fishing tomorrow.


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Yesterday 03:18 PM
dmako
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Originally Posted by Speedygt View Post
Used fluid film underneath my new JKU to try to keep it rust free.
Did mine last year and worked great. Touch up this weekend for this winter
Yesterday 02:55 PM
Viciousjay I also made this grill, and also debadged the fenders

Yesterday 02:55 PM
Speedygt Used fluid film underneath my new JKU to try to keep it rust free.
Yesterday 02:38 PM
pfunkyfize Installed anti-flicker harnesses for my JW Speaker 8700 Evolution headlights on 'Svetlana'. Intense white light with a rapid strobe effect is now fixed and having epileptic seizures behind the wheel will now be a thing of the past. That's a good thing...

Got my new black satin finish steel rear bumper, Airaid inatke system and black Gibson dual exit muffler in the mail yesterday. Will be putting those on post haste.
Yesterday 02:15 PM
Viciousjay Got some precut 3M tint, rugged handles, phone window mount, oil change, shortened antenna.

Now I'm debating custom exhaust with a FLO-Pro Muffler
Yesterday 12:52 PM
b_vs Steering Wheel Trim from WK2
Yesterday 10:27 AM
GI-Jeep Looks good. Let us know how it "ages" over the next few months.

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Originally Posted by doubleJKs View Post
Finally finish installing my fenders after using spray on bed liner. Looks good.

Before

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After


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Yesterday 10:24 AM
GI-Jeep Installed the VersaMount2 last night.

This morning I drove to ACE and had the rock sliders installed. They had me out of there in about 15 minutes!
Yesterday 06:39 AM
doubleJKs
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Originally Posted by Ndig29 View Post
how did you get them off and back on? I tried getting mine off once before getting fed up and putting it off
To get them off you need to UN do all bolts & nuts and pull the plastic pins in the back. Then grab fenders and lift up while rocking back and forth. The clips on top slide up into the fender so they lift off. If you plan on doing this you will want to order new clips and plastic pins. 1st. You will break about half of them. I can give you the part numbers if needed. About $6 for 25 on Amazon per each type.
Yesterday 06:39 AM
Crso8541 I changed my sound bar and dash speakers out. Anyone thinking of doing this, start with the dash. It took about 2 hrs to get it in. Sound bar is a breeze.
Yesterday 06:34 AM
doubleJKs
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Originally Posted by DrSaw View Post
What wheels are those? Thanks
They are stock Sahara wheels with plasti dip.
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