|Yesterday 10:09 PM|
|Yesterday 10:02 PM|
|Yesterday 10:00 PM|
If you turn them on in pitch dark you see the red better
Here's a pic of one shining on the wall from about a foot back.
|Yesterday 09:47 PM|
|Yesterday 08:02 PM|
|Yesterday 08:01 PM|
|adamfitz||Took the roof and doors off for the first time this year|
|Yesterday 07:58 PM|
|Yesterday 07:32 PM|
Looking at description it doesn't say what color the led is. Yours appear to be blue. That is what I need also.
|Yesterday 07:17 PM|
He said he ordered these.... Jeep Grille door shadow
But they shipped the wrong ones so I got these
Red Jeep door shadow
I was happy either way so I kept these.
I may order the grille ones later for another project.
|Yesterday 07:02 PM|
|Scout1996||New shoes 33x12.5|
|Yesterday 06:48 PM|
|Yesterday 06:05 PM|
Put this on today, just incase...
|Yesterday 05:31 PM|
|clull05rubi||Do a headlight harness upgrade as well u won't b dissapointed|
|Yesterday 04:19 PM|
|bulldogkey||Installed some Kicker 5 1/4" speakers in Soundboard and Sony 5 1/4" speakers in the front. Sounds great now.|
|Yesterday 01:22 PM|
|thedaringmove||Posted his KCs on eBay http://bit.ly/1qoIylT|
|Yesterday 12:58 PM|
Over the weekend, I installed a 2" BB and JK Rubicon wheels on my TJ.
|Yesterday 12:52 PM|
Put in my new E-codes. What a difference
|Yesterday 11:52 AM|
|Daddy_O||(Yesterday, actually), I removed the big ol' TC drop which had been installed by the shop who installed my 2" OME lift. I always hated the drop because it was robbing me of the expensive additional clearance that I had added the lift to achieve in the first place, plus it interfered with shifting into 4-low, and even just getting into Reverse sometimes. I always wondered if I even needed it, since it was only a 2 in. lift and my Jeep is an LJ. Turns out I did not! Removed the drop and I have no vibrations whatsoever. In fact, although it may be psychological, the Jeep actually seems smoother than before. Plus I have 4-low back. I am a happy Jeeper.|
|03-09-2014 11:48 PM|
|03-09-2014 11:47 PM|
Swapped in the takeoff JK coils and shocks I picked up last week. Kept the spacers up front and removed the ones in the rear. Definitely improved the ride, nice and smooth for a Jeep.
Coils were #17's up front and #59's in the back and the red shocks. Sits about a half inch higher in back than it did with the TJ coils/2" spacers and about a quarter inch higher in front. Stock springs had around 111K on them so I'm sure they were a little saggy. Definitely worth the $
|03-09-2014 11:39 PM|
|clull05rubi||Yes they make power lock and window kits for tjs like the power lock kit I have on mine|
|03-09-2014 11:30 PM|
|03-09-2014 11:23 PM|
|Hardermods||They didn't its stuff Ive added|
|03-09-2014 11:20 PM|
|03-09-2014 11:09 PM|
|03-09-2014 11:02 PM|
|03-09-2014 10:41 PM|
|03-09-2014 10:41 PM|
Busy week for my Jeep!
Opening and Closing my doors:
|03-09-2014 10:40 PM|
|TJmama||I replaced my blower motor resistor and thanks to all the awesome write ups and videos on the forum I was able to do it myself in only an hour. Wihout any help from my husband! Thank you to all who do these write ups, I'm sure it won't be the last time I will use them for a repair.|
|03-09-2014 10:31 PM|
|clull05rubi||The pic doesn't do it justice either. They're even better live in person. Here's a comparison pic of stock vs my upgrade to get an idea of the improvement. Obviously the stock lights aren't as dim as the pic shows and same is true with the Ipfs. They look bright as hell in the pic but are actually even better then the pic shows. They have a nice wide spread which lights up the sides of the road nicely and still throw plenty of light downrange and have a nice sharp cutoff for safety of oncoming traffic. In short I love these things!!!|
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