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Yesterday 11:56 PM
BlackOpsJeep
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Originally Posted by EatTacoCatTea View Post
How much did those cost and did you have to do any modifications(drilling, cutting, etc.) to install them?
yeah you have to cut out a 3"x3" hole for them to fit flush. First remove existing lights and cut the wires but leave enough to splice to Truck-Lites.



I made a template by tracing the light and cutting out the square. Then I marked it on the RIGHT side first because you don't have room for margin like the left. If you went to the left side first and went too high, the right would be screwed up because of the spare tire hinge brackets being in the way.


Then I carefully measured its exact location and then went to left side and repeated. I used a dremel to cut the square out. I also sanded down the edges of the square and sprayed primer on it to prevent rust. Then I wired it up, and tapped holes with a drill and screwed them in with metal screws. Keep in mind you will lose not only reverse lights but also the lic plate bracket and that lite too. You will have to buy a new relocation bracket for the spare and it needs a light or you'll get pulled over. I got pulled for it the next day but they let me go when I told them I was waiting for my bracket and light. I used Rok Lites for reverse lights in the plate because the ones on my bumper were getting old and rusting. Too easy. I also used wire disconnects in case I needed to use my spare.


Rok Series ā€” High Beam Offroad
Yesterday 11:38 PM
Dougzin Here's my TJ going up the Calico Gatekeeper yesterday. Good fun!
Yesterday 11:28 PM
EatTacoCatTea
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Originally Posted by BlackOpsJeep View Post
Truck-Lite LEd tails
How much did those cost and did you have to do any modifications(drilling, cutting, etc.) to install them?
Yesterday 11:06 PM
BlackOpsJeep added Truck-Lite LEd tails, JCR Offroad relocation bracket and Rok Lites as reverse lights in lic plate! Sitting on 4" Skyjacker lift with ProComp Xtreme MT 33's, and Mickey Thompson rims!

12-24-2014 07:54 PM
PUR3VIL Did some updates to my jeep so i thought i'd take some pics at my small local wheeling spot. Installed the poison spyder defender xc fenders and BFH II rear bumper. Im going to order the rear corners after new years and then save for some axles.



12-24-2014 12:00 PM
NCJeepin
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Nice! But you left your cooler at the bottom of the hill. Lol
Haha I took it out because it wasn't strapped down inside. That area is somewhat of a playground with a bunch of hill climbs and steep descents!
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Originally Posted by surferbear View Post
That wouldn't happen to be Uwharrie would it?
Nah it's a place right outside of Blowing Rock, NC. I have been to Uwharrie though and it's a good time!
12-24-2014 10:31 AM
MR.CLIFFORD I like it!
12-24-2014 10:21 AM
Nlburden spray bomb Krylon flat camo tan color
12-24-2014 09:59 AM
MR.CLIFFORD What color is that?
12-24-2014 09:56 AM
Nlburden Heres my cheap jeep build. 3.73 gears, 35's, aussie locker front/lsd rear. Most expensive thing I bought was the chromoly axle shafts
12-23-2014 12:48 PM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by tworley View Post
Here is my 97'



Plan on doing a d44 or 8.8 swap very soon. Leaning towards the 8.8 since a d44 is so hard to find in the area.
I went the 8.8 route and I'm $825 all in including truss/gears/LSD/Brakes/Drive Shaft Bracket.

The 8.8 is stronger than the D44, by under 15% which is a good margin.
12-23-2014 12:21 PM
tworley Here is my 97'



Plan on doing a d44 or 8.8 swap very soon. Leaning towards the 8.8 since a d44 is so hard to find in the area.
12-23-2014 09:58 AM
surferbear That wouldn't happen to be Uwharrie would it?
12-23-2014 06:26 AM
TJDave
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Originally Posted by NCJeepin View Post
Did a little wheeling the other day.
Nice! But you left your cooler at the bottom of the hill. Lol
12-23-2014 12:03 AM
NCJeepin Did a little wheeling the other day.

12-16-2014 09:34 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by USAF089 View Post
He was just looking good the other day so I had to snap a few pictures lol.

Attachment 1727250
Looking good brotha!
12-15-2014 11:20 PM
USAF089 He was just looking good the other day so I had to snap a few pictures lol.

Attachment 1727250
12-14-2014 07:53 PM
Dougzin Went out a couple weekends ago and had some fun at the hammers out in Johnson Valley with the new to me 37s, nothing like the grip of swampers!
12-14-2014 07:38 PM
JustinAppleseed
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Originally Posted by MR.CLIFFORD View Post
Looks great. I didn't think I'd like the curved bar on a flat windshield. Is it all spot?
It's spot & flood.. I like it compared to a flat bar.. It has less window glare & also gives a wider field of view.
12-14-2014 09:51 AM
MR.CLIFFORD Looks great. I didn't think I'd like the curved bar on a flat windshield. Is it all spot?
12-14-2014 12:49 AM
JustinAppleseed
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Originally Posted by MR.CLIFFORD View Post
Is that a curved bar up top?
Yes it's a 50" curved bar.
12-13-2014 11:09 PM
MR.CLIFFORD Is that a curved bar up top?
12-13-2014 10:55 PM
JustinAppleseed Attachment 1721562
11-24-2014 09:24 AM
BusinessRogue
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Originally Posted by dale 3 View Post
you drew first blood!! relax!
Stop.
11-21-2014 10:43 PM
jameslee97206
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Originally Posted by MR.CLIFFORD View Post
Very cool.
Thanks man! If you get bored, here's a cool video of Pirate4x4 and Warn wheelin here. Warn's H.Q. is about 10 minutes down the highway from my house.

Warn Industries and Pirate 4x4 TV: Wheeling in Tillamook State Forest - YouTube
11-21-2014 10:24 PM
MR.CLIFFORD Very cool.
11-21-2014 10:19 PM
jameslee97206 Yes, Oregon, in the Tillamook state forest. Those 2 pics are the filters for a trail called Airplane hill.


Here's waterfall
11-21-2014 10:16 PM
MR.CLIFFORD Are your pics from Oregon?
11-21-2014 10:14 PM
jameslee97206 Back on topic with Jeep pics

Lil over a year ago


Couple months ago


11-21-2014 09:56 PM
dale 3
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Originally Posted by mr.clifford View Post
this is my life. And my job. I make some of the most bad ass products in the 4wd industry. I get to live a dream that most people only fantasize about. I was asked to come to wrangler forum by the people who started this forum because they knew i could add value to what they were starting.

Why are you here?

I don't need to get a life because you think i should. I have a life that i am very proud of. I am dedicated to my art and i love jeeps. I don't need your approval or the approval of others. I am going to do me. You should stop worrying so much about it.

Someone stepped on your little emotions and you chose to fight back. I get it. Just be glad that we are jeep brothers. You're welcome at my table any time. So long as you can get over some little jab on the interwebs.

Cliffy out.
you drew first blood!! relax!
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