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Yesterday 11:07 PM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by johnnymoha View Post
That's a nice garage. Of course I like the JK, but I'm really digging the matching stripes in the garage. Makes it look like it belongs.
Thanks, I think it looks good. It definitely looks better than just beige. I was thinking about getting a Jeep florescent light or just paint a big Jeep logo somewhere on the back or side wall.
Yesterday 10:42 PM
johnnymoha
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Originally Posted by UgaTyler View Post
Random Pictures. I do not have any kind of switch pod and because I have a Rubicon there isn't space on the left side of the steering wheel where a lot of people install switches. The first picture shows where I opted to install my switches. I also left room at the bottom in case I install reverse lights or a 50" light bar in the future. Looks clean to me and only cost me $25 for the switches and the wire. I already had a decent amount of electrical supplies.

The next few pictures are how I hang my doors in my garage. I know some people are against hanging the doors but this is my second summer doing this and this and they hang from April-Novemeber and I haven't seen any issues yet. I opted for the rubbermaid fast track system. The doors slightly rest on the ground as well.
That's a nice garage. Of course I like the JK, but I'm really digging the matching stripes in the garage. Makes it look like it belongs.
07-08-2014 10:26 PM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by w1kk3d View Post
How do you like the 3" trail lift? Originally, I purchased the 2" sport lift but am having 2nd thoughts. Was looking at the TeraFlex 2.5 coil lift with Rancho 9000's but I really like the Rancho kits.

BTW, you're Jeep looks great!
Thanks,
The 3" trail lift has been great so far. Hopefully I will be able to say that in a year or two. I think the teraflex kit would be similar.
07-08-2014 09:55 PM
w1kk3d
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Originally Posted by UgaTyler View Post
I don't have that lift anymore. But yes, I had rubbing off road. I switched to a 3" lift by Rancho.
How do you like the 3" trail lift? Originally, I purchased the 2" sport lift but am having 2nd thoughts. Was looking at the TeraFlex 2.5 coil lift with Rancho 9000's but I really like the Rancho kits.

BTW, you're Jeep looks great!
07-03-2014 05:02 PM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by Hudler View Post
Hey just wondering if you liked your orh soft top. I just bought a 4 Dr. Wliiys and need a top for it. I know about the customer service, but how is the actual top for real life use?
First off, I wouldn't but the multi-top again, I would just purchase the fastback portion. I really like it's functionality and the fact that it doesn't have the bows on top like the OEM soft top. It's a pain to put on the first time but after it gets stretched out good, it isn't that hard to do. I use the bikini top ALL the time. For summertime and for Fall/spring something like this is a must if you want to go topless. I would purchase again for sure. Actually, if this one tears up and he is in business still, I will purchase again.
07-03-2014 04:46 PM
Hudler Hey just wondering if you liked your orh soft top. I just bought a 4 Dr. Wliiys and need a top for it. I know about the customer service, but how is the actual top for real life use?
07-03-2014 04:33 PM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by 2012Willeys View Post
Teraflex website states the max tire size is 32" with the 1.5" performance leveling kit. Have you taken it on any trails and have you felt any rubbing??
I don't have that lift anymore. But yes, I had rubbing off road. I switched to a 3" lift by Rancho.
07-03-2014 01:11 PM
2012Willeys Teraflex website states the max tire size is 32" with the 1.5" performance leveling kit. Have you taken it on any trails and have you felt any rubbing??
07-03-2014 12:35 PM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by NateK View Post
Awesome Jeep Tyler! Thanks for posting everything. Now I really can't wait to get busy on mine!!!
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Originally Posted by di3soft View Post
this is a fantastic looking JK, I have a black JKUR as well and was going for the black red theme as well.
Thanks guys!

to the forum!
07-03-2014 11:20 AM
di3soft this is a fantastic looking JK, I have a black JKUR as well and was going for the black red theme as well.
06-30-2014 12:55 AM
NateK Thanks for the info!!
06-29-2014 05:53 PM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by NateK View Post
Awesome Jeep Tyler! Thanks for posting everything. Now I really can't wait to get busy on mine!!! Just picked up my JKURX last week and now have a really long to do list.. Did you have any trouble installing those aux switches?
None at all. Taking the dash apart is easy(only 4 bolts), and there is plenty of room behind the plastic where I installed. I used a drill and a dremel to make the holes for the switches.
06-28-2014 03:11 AM
NateK Awesome Jeep Tyler! Thanks for posting everything. Now I really can't wait to get busy on mine!!! Just picked up my JKURX last week and now have a really long to do list..

Did you have any trouble installing those aux switches?
06-25-2014 09:34 PM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by LoganDubs View Post
Great idea on the doors. Didn't even think about that!
06-25-2014 02:02 PM
LoganDubs Great idea on the doors. Didn't even think about that!
06-25-2014 01:41 PM
UgaTyler Random Pictures. I do not have any kind of switch pod and because I have a Rubicon there isn't space on the left side of the steering wheel where a lot of people install switches. The first picture shows where I opted to install my switches. I also left room at the bottom in case I install reverse lights or a 50" light bar in the future. Looks clean to me and only cost me $25 for the switches and the wire. I already had a decent amount of electrical supplies.

The next few pictures are how I hang my doors in my garage. I know some people are against hanging the doors but this is my second summer doing this and this and they hang from April-Novemeber and I haven't seen any issues yet. I opted for the rubbermaid fast track system. The doors slightly rest on the ground as well.
06-22-2014 09:05 AM
A Jeep Named Jack
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Originally Posted by UgaTyler View Post

Thanks man!
No problem!
06-22-2014 08:07 AM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by A Jeep Named Jack View Post
I thought so, the jeep looked killer man
Thanks man!
06-21-2014 04:36 AM
A Jeep Named Jack
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Originally Posted by UgaTyler View Post

Yes I was!

I thought so, the jeep looked killer man
06-20-2014 09:33 PM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by A Jeep Named Jack View Post
You were at the CCOR cruise in last friday, right?
Yes I was!
06-20-2014 07:10 PM
A Jeep Named Jack
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Originally Posted by UgaTyler View Post

Thanks...ebay light bar $100 shipped! I can't ever justify Rigid price.

You were at the CCOR cruise in last friday, right?
06-20-2014 07:09 PM
1Topp
06-20-2014 06:38 PM
StarBrite Nice lights, Tyler!
06-20-2014 06:05 PM
bills1974 Wow. Cool, thanks!
06-20-2014 05:58 PM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by bills1974 View Post
Looks awesome man, what bar did you end up going with? I need to get a 20" too. Even though I got the Rigid Duallys, I'm having a tough time justifying the cost of the 20"...
Thanks...ebay light bar $100 shipped! I can't ever justify Rigid price.
06-20-2014 05:57 PM
bills1974 Looks awesome man, what bar did you end up going with? I need to get a 20" too. Even though I got the Rigid Duallys, I'm having a tough time justifying the cost of the 20"...
06-20-2014 05:55 PM
UgaTyler
Pics with lights on

Here are a couple of pictures with the lights on.
06-20-2014 11:13 AM
UgaTyler Added a 20" light bar to the front of the Jeep and moved my cubes up to the lower windshield section.

Mods to come (this could change)
  • Teraflex hinged tire carrier or Or-Fab Tire carrier
  • Magnaflow dual exhaust (Black)
  • EVO Skid system for oil pan and transmission line
05-28-2014 10:13 PM
1Topp
05-28-2014 09:25 PM
UgaTyler
Odyssey 34r-pc1500

Installed the battery tonight in about 15 minutes total. Vehicle started up with ease. Nice battery, nice fit. Hopefully in a year or two I will still feel this way.
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