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09-16-2011 04:50 AM
MrSig
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Originally Posted by chris_jk View Post
mr sig so you go mudding alot ?
i dont really like to go mudding in my new jeep. But if i want to go off road thats about all i will find. do you know of any good spots that aren't to muddy?
is there any thing i should spray lube on if so whats a good lube that wont get mud and dirt stuck to it?


I had an isuzu rodeo 4x4 i got for 500 bucks and had way to much fun in the mud.
No I don't but in rainy season in South Florida It is hard to find places to wheel that don't have mud on some or most of the trails. I just keep a good coat of wax on the body and use simple green to take the stuff of of the rest of the Jeep!
09-15-2011 09:08 PM
chris_jk mr sig so you go mudding alot ?
i dont really like to go mudding in my new jeep. But if i want to go off road thats about all i will find. do you know of any good spots that aren't to muddy?
is there any thing i should spray lube on if so whats a good lube that wont get mud and dirt stuck to it?


I had an isuzu rodeo 4x4 i got for 500 bucks and had way to much fun in the mud.
09-15-2011 03:56 PM
RedBones tag
09-15-2011 08:21 AM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by JIMBOX
Heh Heh, I applaud the vent extensions, but

I don't agree with taillight guards and I don't do mud-

Other than that--GOOD MORNING !

JIMBO
Hello
09-15-2011 08:07 AM
JIMBOX Heh Heh, I applaud the vent extensions, but

I don't agree with taillight guards and I don't do mud-

Other than that--GOOD MORNING !

JIMBO
09-15-2011 05:47 AM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by MrSig
Interesting
09-15-2011 04:49 AM
MrSig I found it! http://www.wranglerforum.com/f118/mu...jk-111289.html
09-15-2011 04:45 AM
MrSig
Breather Tubes Extended: Front diff, transmission, & T-Case.



On this forum you need to read my right up for mud behind the tail lights also. It will show you how to do the rear hose.
09-14-2011 10:05 PM
chris_jk
auto transmission breather valve

so0o i was reading on the forum something about the transmission breather valve getting water in it and other drive train parts getting water in them and messing up. I have a 2011 jk and i want to take it in the mud/water a bit because thats all we have in miami lol (if anyone knows of any good trails with or with out mud to hit in miami lmk). I was also wondering what i should do before and after to make sure i don't mess anything up. what lubricants should i use and how should i wash the engine ect. any info will be great. I was also wondering how many miles do you have on your jk?
I'm a new jeep owner and it is my 1st new vehicle.
any info will be appreciated!!!!!!

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