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Today 11:25 AM
All Terrain JK
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Originally Posted by ATG View Post

(As an aside, holding the decals still and moving the Jeep is not the recommended installation method.).
It would be quite impressive though.
Today 11:22 AM
ATG
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Originally Posted by sdsviet View Post
Understood, but even if u place the sticker on the other side, wouldn't it still be backwards?
No. The decal is placed on the drivers side with the side that attaches to the pole on the right, so towards the back. If you picture holding the decal still and rotating the Jeep so you are now looking at the passenger side, that same decal with the pole on the right now has the pole side towards the front bumper, as it should be.

(As an aside, holding the decals still and moving the Jeep is not the recommended installation method.).
Today 11:02 AM
Lbear
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Originally Posted by Rusty204 View Post
Thats really annoying! you should complain to the company, worst they will do is tell you to go away, maybe theyll pay half?

New York there's no deductible for glass, full coverage. For Geico and Liberty Mutual aynway. Just thought it was like that everywhere, guess not.
State Farm will only replace, not repair, which seems foolish. You pay deductible for glass replacement. Every insurer is different, even in different states. It just reinforces that you have to shop around for the best coverage at the best price.
Today 10:59 AM
rubiman1969 What did I do to my JK today


I let my wife drive it to her workplace today. I'm scared for it. Lol
Today 10:58 AM
Tone1971 [QUOTE=Dragmod;15073609]What roof rack is that?[/QUOTE

It's the Garvin Expedition rack.
Today 10:51 AM
dangerz
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Originally Posted by JE01 View Post
Well here goes nothing

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Here ya go. I had a bug in the code that made the first one not work. It's fixed now, sorry about that.

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Today 10:50 AM
All Terrain JK Started installation of the Viare heavy duty OBA kit last evening.
Got the tank mounted.

Attachment 1679609

And the compressor.

Attachment 1679625

Could not find any room under the hood of my '15 for the compressor. I'll just have a canvas shop make a special cover.
Today 09:29 AM
JE01
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Originally Posted by Rusty204 View Post
Thats really annoying! you should complain to the company, worst they will do is tell you to go away, maybe theyll pay half?

New York there's no deductible for glass, full coverage. For Geico and Liberty Mutual aynway. Just thought it was like that everywhere, guess not.
I think it depends on what deductible or premium you are willing to pay. I have a $500 deductible with Geico, but they fix all the rock chips/cracks at no charge. We get lots of them here in Texas, so I do not care about a new windshield if its gonna be cracked every month, I'll replace it once my jeep does not pass inspection lol
Today 08:54 AM
Rusty204
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Originally Posted by AlmostSleezy View Post
Do you not have insurance? Shouldn't matter who's at fault. An oncoming vehicle thru one at mine and ruined it. Farmers just had me pay the $100 deductible and I got the OEM jeep windshield. ..
Thats really annoying! you should complain to the company, worst they will do is tell you to go away, maybe theyll pay half?

New York there's no deductible for glass, full coverage. For Geico and Liberty Mutual aynway. Just thought it was like that everywhere, guess not.
Today 07:55 AM
Always Lost Moore
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Originally Posted by SoCalRubicon View Post
It was just on the wrong side of his Jeep. Driver's side gets a normal looking flag, passenger side gets a "backwards" looking flag.
Yes the sets they sent have a normal flag and a reverse one and they were applied to the wrong sides.
Today 07:48 AM
doubleJKs
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Originally Posted by sdsviet View Post
Understood, but even if u place the sticker on the other side, wouldn't it still be backwards?

You need a set of opposing decals and put them on the appropriate side.

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Today 06:37 AM
t.schabel
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Originally Posted by Mammoth919 View Post
Got a new windshield.....f$@!in trucker. "not responsible for windshields" ahhhhh $273 for anon oem one. $500 for oem one. F that.
yeah, I'm getting a new one installed Tuesday for 319. The crack looks identical an in the same spot as yours, except mine expanded across the whole windshield now. What a pain. I have to Unmount my KC lights for the install too.
Today 04:22 AM
Mammoth919
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Originally Posted by AlmostSleezy View Post
Do you not have insurance? Shouldn't matter who's at fault. An oncoming vehicle thru one at mine and ruined it. Farmers just had me pay the $100 deductible and I got the OEM jeep windshield. ..
My insurance constitutes glass damage as damage and requires a $500 deductible. Unless its a fill-able chip crack. This grew a lot before the windshield was replaced. Maybe I need new insurance
Today 03:01 AM
Ameije1 Installed new dynomax muffler sounds awesome.
Today 02:10 AM
bsmith1477 Installed remote start
Today 01:57 AM
sdsviet
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Originally Posted by ATG View Post
I think everyone is on the same page with that. The side that attaches to the pole should be in the front, regardless of which side the viewer is on. This means when the flag is traveling from the viewer's right to left, it looks normal, but when the flag is traveling from the viewer's left to right, it looks backwards. In this case, the flags are on the wrong sides of the vehicle.
Understood, but even if u place the sticker on the other side, wouldn't it still be backwards?
Today 12:53 AM
JE01
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Originally Posted by dangerz View Post
You can throw them up on jeepparking.com if you need more space.
Well here goes nothing

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Today 12:42 AM
dangerz
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Originally Posted by JE01 View Post
I exceeded the amount allowed for pics on my account. I have to delete some on the computer now, but I will post more pics soon!
You can throw them up on jeepparking.com if you need more space.
Yesterday 11:38 PM
AlmostSleezy Do you not have insurance? Shouldn't matter who's at fault. An oncoming vehicle thru one at mine and ruined it. Farmers just had me pay the $100 deductible and I got the OEM jeep windshield. ..
Yesterday 11:22 PM
Mammoth919
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Originally Posted by 4DoorCrush View Post
Easy now. On the truckers
Oh I am. Just don't aimlessly drive down a highway at 15 over with chains whipping back and forth then flip me off and haul ass away. I can understand if it was a dump truck. This however was a flatbed. Empty with 4 chains just sliding around. The whole "not responsible for windshields" irks me too. What if they have something unsecured or carelessly attached to the trailer and it breaks glass. They are just off Scott free
Yesterday 10:40 PM
wranglerevo
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Originally Posted by 4DoorCrush View Post
Easy now. On the truckers
I think the issue here is the whole lack of legislation/enforcement of semi truck standards. I've seen too many semis and trailers with no wheel fenders...doesn't seem to be a requirement..hence the huge amount of stone chips...including myself
Yesterday 10:39 PM
JE01
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Originally Posted by beufort67 View Post
more pics man wth! :P
I exceeded the amount allowed for pics on my account. I have to delete some on the computer now, but I will post more pics soon!
Yesterday 10:23 PM
ATG
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Originally Posted by sdsviet View Post
Just a heads up on the whole reverse flag thing. Depending on how the original poster intent, there is a reason for the reverse flag. Here is an except from the article: it's a good read. The reverse flag dates back to the Army’s early history when both cavalry and infantry units would charge ahead as the Stars and Stripes streamed back. When moving forward, therefore, the star field is always to the front as the red and white stripes flow to the back in the breeze. Today, the reverse flag is worn on the right sleeve of military uniforms and symbolizes the courage and respect of those who serve. http://news.goruck.com/gear/gorucks-...lag-explained/
I think everyone is on the same page with that. The side that attaches to the pole should be in the front, regardless of which side the viewer is on. This means when the flag is traveling from the viewer's right to left, it looks normal, but when the flag is traveling from the viewer's left to right, it looks backwards. In this case, the flags are on the wrong sides of the vehicle.
Yesterday 09:46 PM
beufort67
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Originally Posted by JE01 View Post
Installed Aries fender flares.
more pics man wth! :P
Yesterday 09:44 PM
AlphaM1 I drove it home from the dealership. 24mikes and counting. Can't wait to start dropping some dough on it.

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Yesterday 08:30 PM
Dragmod
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Originally Posted by Tone1971 View Post
Not today but over the last couple weeks, new Bumpers, Lights, Fender flares, Roof rack, and Skid plate up front.
What roof rack is that?
Yesterday 08:23 PM
SoCalRubicon
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Originally Posted by sdsviet View Post
Just a heads up on the whole reverse flag thing. Depending on how the original poster intent, there is a reason for the reverse flag.

Here is an except from the article: it's a good read.

The reverse flag dates back to the Army’s early history when both cavalry and infantry units would charge ahead as the Stars and Stripes streamed back. When moving forward, therefore, the star field is always to the front as the red and white stripes flow to the back in the breeze. Today, the reverse flag is worn on the right sleeve of military uniforms and symbolizes the courage and respect of those who serve.

GORUCKā€™s Reverse Flag Explained | GORUCK News
It was just on the wrong side of his Jeep.

Driver's side gets a normal looking flag, passenger side gets a "backwards" looking flag.
Yesterday 08:23 PM
JE01 Installed Aries fender flares.
Yesterday 07:54 PM
sdsviet When I design my JK decal, there will be a reverse flag on it.
Yesterday 07:50 PM
sdsviet
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Originally Posted by Always Lost Moore View Post
Installed my new sliders and some pretty nice reflective Texas flag stickers from pixel.
Just a heads up on the whole reverse flag thing. Depending on how the original poster intent, there is a reason for the reverse flag.

Here is an except from the article: it's a good read.

The reverse flag dates back to the Army’s early history when both cavalry and infantry units would charge ahead as the Stars and Stripes streamed back. When moving forward, therefore, the star field is always to the front as the red and white stripes flow to the back in the breeze. Today, the reverse flag is worn on the right sleeve of military uniforms and symbolizes the courage and respect of those who serve.

http://news.goruck.com/gear/gorucks-...lag-explained/
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