|12-21-2014 11:26 PM|
|srad600||Thats cool, that store is in my district. I have to go there from time to time for meetings/training. Monster of a store, size and sales wise.|
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|12-18-2014 11:19 PM|
Just of curiosity which TSC do you go to? Im a manager at one in NJ and most of the PA stores are in my district.
Recognized the box as soon as I saw it. I have the same box on my trailer tongue. Thought about doing the same as you but I just cant bring my self to be done with the rear seat for good.
My Boxer likes to sit on it more then have the whole floor. Hes weird.
|12-15-2014 09:34 PM|
|Krew12||I would have but the box is to long to go between the wheel wells. I just chained it to the seat brackets. Works perfectly fine for now. Might try to figure something out so it's 100% not going to get stolen|
|12-15-2014 09:12 PM|
I like that black cargo box, looks like it would hold a lot.
|12-15-2014 12:52 PM|
First off, this thread is amazing. I have been wanting to post some of my creative mods for the past two weeks but I have been busy swapping my motor. Here is some things I have just finished.
I was sick and tired of not having lights in the jeep when it was dark. I went to Lowes and found two headlights for $10 and mounted them in the front and the back.
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My other issue was the backseats in the jeep were never used, and I wanted a place to store my fly fishing equipment. I bought a storage box at tractor supply for $75 and two ammo boxes for $20. I mounted the ammo boxes to the box and chained the box down to the floor. Now I can go anywhere with the top down and not really have to worry about things getting stolen out of the jeep. I keep miscellaneous things in the ammo boxes like my straps and some tools. Not the cheapest mod but it was $100 dollars well spent.
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|12-10-2014 05:06 PM|
I do have a hardtop and did this. It works great. I put it in where the rear-most bolts should be. I used a shorter eye bolt and put a rubber garden hose washer between the metal washers. I put my eyebolts on the bottom.
My jeep didn't have the rear most bolts and was rattling, took care of that as well.
I used all stainless steel for my hardware. I I thank that all done it was under $10.
|12-01-2014 11:20 PM|
I like it!
I thought about making once for my self but I have the GEAR bag back there and I like it too much.
|12-01-2014 09:45 AM|
|Jeffk1975||That is pretty sweet.|
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|11-30-2014 08:51 PM|
Made a tailgate table, decided I wasn't gonna pay out the ass for one that I didn't like so I went and got some hardware and grabbed some leftover plywood.
|11-24-2014 11:35 PM|
Couple bucks for plugs that you can put in the frame holes on the outside of your frame. Keeps some of the road salt and crap outta there while still having the 4 oval holes unplugged for airflow!
I had two sizes, one was a smaller plug (#7 on the right) because one of my holes was shrunk from rust expansion, but the larger size (#8 on the left) fit great in the other holes!
|11-24-2014 12:45 PM|
Sorry, I misread your comment about using the eye bolts.
|11-24-2014 09:27 AM|
Do they have washers too? Not sure what your point is. Are you implying that I didn't need SS or the eyebolts?
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|11-23-2014 12:15 AM|
Figured id mention this here. I recently found I needed to replace a brake caliper on my 02 TJ. Bought a remanufactured unit (with lifetime warranty) from Advance Auto parts and replaced the bad caliper. Went back to the parts store to return the old caliper and get my core charge. This went so well I decided to change the other caliper.
I paid $23.00 for the new reman caliper. I returned the old busted caliper and they gave me $32.00 for the core charge. So I spent a total of $46.00 and they gave me back $64.00. Not very often you get paid to work on your own rig.
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Shopping Cart Summary
Your Items (11 total)*
WLED-x-x: 194 LED Bulb - 1 LED Wedge Base Options: WLED-B-120: Blue 120 Degree
74-xHP: 74 LED Bulb - 1 SMD LED Wedge Base Options: 74-BHP: Blue
NEOx-xHP: NEOx LED Bulb - High Power Instrument Panel LED Options: NEO4-BHP: 4mm NEO4-xHP Blue
This is as close as I could get to your pics, although one of the numbers started the same and then changed once I picked blue and 4mm. I want to make darn sure this is what I need for my 04 before I order...
|11-21-2014 04:26 PM|
I do know that their mobile sight seems a bit quirky, I ordered from my desk top and found it easier. I also cross-referenced bulb base types with (I think) Rock auto. They didn't list some bulbs though. I like superbright, but there are a few more sites to use for reference.
|11-21-2014 04:18 PM|
thanks for the help everyone by the way~!
|11-21-2014 03:45 PM|
This is what I got to replace the one in the gear indicator. Much better.
|11-21-2014 03:33 PM|
|11-21-2014 03:17 PM|
These are for the instrument panel.
These are for the HVAC panel
This is what I got for the auto gear indicator. TOO BRIGHT!
It was distracting, so I replaced it with something else, I'll look for that one.
|11-21-2014 02:59 PM|
Neo4mm x3 for the hvac
I don't know any other bulbs than that...
|11-21-2014 02:31 PM|
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