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10-17-2014 09:34 AM
wrscpc07 After this project comes in mail and i get it all installed, i will then order my flat front tube fenders !
10-17-2014 09:32 AM
wrscpc07 After feeling some guilt for spending the last month and a half building the truck, now sitting on 3 inch lift and 35s (couldnt resist, 33s looked to small).. I decided to spend some money on the jeep. So, after years of wanting to do this, i have palced my order!


09-09-2014 09:56 AM
wrscpc07

my f150 has been taking up some time too. That build is coming along nicely. putting in a 3 inch lift tomorrow. I still have my yj door project and hardtop to finish. The weather is still warm so it hasnt been a high priority but it will be done this month. Have all new hardware for doors, just need to paint!
09-09-2014 09:53 AM
wrscpc07 just some pics



09-09-2014 09:12 AM
wrscpc07
07-30-2014 06:31 PM
wrscpc07 random shots



07-30-2014 06:27 PM
wrscpc07 started taking them apart today to prep for painting them friday..should have all the new handles and stuff by tuesday.


07-30-2014 06:25 PM
wrscpc07

doors
07-30-2014 06:24 PM
wrscpc07
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Originally Posted by 4Jeepn View Post
try linking them vs attaching them... ie photo bucket.. or the gallery here on the website...
Ill have to figure it out..thanks
07-30-2014 04:19 PM
4Jeepn
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Originally Posted by wrscpc07 View Post

what do i do about exceeding picture limit?
try linking them vs attaching them... ie photo bucket.. or the gallery here on the website...
07-30-2014 10:27 AM
wrscpc07 I also obviously added the flat flares, huge improvement over the pocket flares.

current projects include headlights: ordered the hella ecode housings and HID bulbs from DDM. Just waiting on the bulbs to get here then install!

bought a yj hardtop for 100 bucks already cut to fit a tj. Needs to be repainted, thatll probably happen next month, no rush because its not going on till fall. Also bought yj full doors for 100 bucks, kid actually gave me 2 sets for 100. 25 bucks a door lol. Selling the other 2 for 100, keeping one set and repainting and replacing all door latches. I will then tint all the new glass

what do i do about exceeding picture limit?
07-30-2014 10:18 AM
wrscpc07 well its definitely been a while since ive updated..i do most of my posting on jeepforum..but its blocked at work but wranglerforum isnt and I forgot i had this build here

-I got the jeep on 35s..love it, no big difference to me in power or what not than the 33s. But that might be because ive never been a big speed person and dont mind the limits the 35s put me at with speed. although I do take the highway everyday and can pass whenever I seem to want to.

-Got a tire carrier
-did some regular maintance, had to do the exhaust manifold gasket to get rid of the awful squeeling noise, put a new tailpipe and magnaflow muffler, o2 sensors, crankshaft position sensor, brakes. The biggest thing that happened with repairs was my lower control arm bracket ripped right off my axle..had weeks of death wobble prior and apparently due to loose cam bolt because after welding on some nice stronger brackets, no more wobble.
-New kenwood stereo and larger speakers in soundbar and dash.
-seat covers. Ive had neoprene before and although they faded, they at least faded together..these shitty coverking ones have faded at all different speeds and are now half pink and half orange.

heres some pics!
06-22-2013 08:36 AM
wrscpc07
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Originally Posted by Steeljag View Post
Wrscpc07- would you please borrow my Jeep for awhile.....lol !
Haha sureeee but it's even more fun to do it yourself to your own jeep lol
06-22-2013 08:08 AM
Steeljag Wrscpc07- would you please borrow my Jeep for awhile.....lol !
06-22-2013 07:32 AM
wrscpc07
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Originally Posted by TylerU View Post

how long does it take for you to learn/ get used to stick shift?
did you get a paint job? tht red looks darker than the stock red.. looks good though..
Well I bought mine without even knowing how to drive it. I learned in like twenty minutes. Became a pro in a week haha. You get used to it. After like two weeks, you don't even think when shifting.

Some of my pics make my jeep look chili pepper red, but it's flame red. It's just the lighting that's all
06-22-2013 03:35 AM
TylerU
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Originally Posted by wrscpc07 View Post

Yup I hear ya lol
how long does it take for you to learn/ get used to stick shift?
did you get a paint job? tht red looks darker than the stock red.. looks good though..
06-22-2013 01:16 AM
Stamay Looks great!
06-22-2013 12:23 AM
wrscpc07
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Originally Posted by mphumin View Post
Oh ya they have helped me a couple of times with ideas inspiration and mechanical when i first started my jeep now only starting to upgrade to fun stuff after fixing everything
Yup I hear ya lol
06-22-2013 12:07 AM
mphumin Oh ya they have helped me a couple of times with ideas inspiration and mechanical when i first started my jeep now only starting to upgrade to fun stuff after fixing everything
06-21-2013 08:12 AM
wrscpc07
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i love the jeep build looks great and i love this site as well it inspires me to get out and do something to the jeep
Thank you! Ya this site helps a lot and is full of ideas .
06-20-2013 10:39 PM
mphumin i love the jeep build looks great and i love this site as well it inspires me to get out and do something to the jeep
06-20-2013 10:29 AM
wrscpc07 new sticker
06-20-2013 10:28 AM
wrscpc07 Got my pocket flares on. i like them except the gap between my corner guards and rear flares but other than that I'm glad I finally bought them
06-17-2013 08:29 PM
wrscpc07 Got the holes cut for the lights on the bar. Tomorrow I have to go buy another set of lights because I only bought one set. It's coming along! I'll probably drill the holes tomorrow to mount it and then maybe get to some wiring. I'll have to see because my CAI will be here tomorrow

Note: I sanded it down after these pics so the cuts look a lot cleaner than they look here
06-17-2013 04:54 PM
wrscpc07 So I got my light switches today. My last switches were like rectangle so the hole that was cut into the switch bezel was to big for these lights except for one of them so now I have to order some oem switch bezels before I can complete it but I got one done and I wired the switches up. Heres a few pics
06-16-2013 05:10 PM
wrscpc07
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Originally Posted by Gixxer86g View Post

Thanks!

But I've found lot's of rock rails that'll cover it all up. I was hoping for something quick and cheap to hold me over.
I would check eBay. They have a lot of cheap rocker guards that stay on with tape so you won't have to add additional holes until you are ready to purchase what you really want. Not sure how high they go but it's worth looking at
06-16-2013 04:37 PM
Gixxer86g
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Originally Posted by wrscpc07 View Post
That diamond plate went pretty close to the bottom of the door. Probably an inch or inch and a half from the bottom of the door. Just enough to fit the plastic door step guard. Check quadratec to be honest because he put those on when he first got the jeep and his parents bought him a lot of stuff from there.

If you're interested, I know rails aren't the plan for the moment for you but I bought mine for cheap, probably cheaper than what you would pay for that diamond plate. I can show you where I bought mine I currently have on if you want
Thanks!

But I've found lot's of rock rails that'll cover it all up. I was hoping for something quick and cheap to hold me over.
06-16-2013 03:07 PM
wrscpc07 So since I bought new flares I am going to take mine off this week. But Im debating if I should just throw them away or take them off, repaint and sell them. I'm not sure if someone would be interested because they are cut so they sorta give the flat fender look. Mhm
06-16-2013 09:46 AM
wrscpc07
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Originally Posted by Gixxer86g View Post

Right now, I'm looking for something like that to cover the holes when I take the cladding off my Sahara. The Sahara has this 5in wide cheesy cladding . I took one side off, and it's held on with a metal channel and there's holes everywhere. Most of the covers I see don't go all the way to the bottom of the door, which is what I need.

Rock rails are a part of the overall plan, but not right now.
That diamond plate went pretty close to the bottom of the door. Probably an inch or inch and a half from the bottom of the door. Just enough to fit the plastic door step guard. Check quadratec to be honest because he put those on when he first got the jeep and his parents bought him a lot of stuff from there.

If you're interested, I know rails aren't the plan for the moment for you but I bought mine for cheap, probably cheaper than what you would pay for that diamond plate. I can show you where I bought mine I currently have on if you want
06-16-2013 09:27 AM
Gixxer86g
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Originally Posted by wrscpc07 View Post
I do not. A buddy of mine sold them too me. They were just diamond plate that bolted to the tub. Wasn't much protection underneath except for like 6 inches
Right now, I'm looking for something like that to cover the holes when I take the cladding off my Sahara. The Sahara has this 5in wide cheesy cladding . I took one side off, and it's held on with a metal channel and there's holes everywhere. Most of the covers I see don't go all the way to the bottom of the door, which is what I need.

Rock rails are a part of the overall plan, but not right now.
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