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Today 03:36 PM
JeepHog71
Quote:
Originally Posted by JEEPbug View Post
Installed the JKU rear seat recline kit. Took less than an hour but would've been much longer and way more muscle aches without an impact wrench .
Wait, what?
Where did you get it from?
Today 03:18 PM
Moonrider
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Originally Posted by doubleJKs View Post
Today i installed my JK Products seat recliner kit. I found it to be a Huge PITA. After what I went through I wish I didn't get the kit.
Let me guess... Had trouble unscrewing the bolts? I had to take out the front seat bolts to install under seat lock box and swore never again
Today 03:11 PM
doubleJKs Today i installed my JK Products seat recliner kit. I found it to be a Huge PITA. After what I went through I wish I didn't get the kit.
Today 03:00 PM
Ddpiper Installed the Springtail MPAC rear folding tailgate tray built by Springtail Solutions. This thing in built really well and install was a breeze. No drilling, no rattling. It included the molle bags. There is an install video on their website also that was very helpful. Website is http://store.springtailsolutions.com...ombo_p_29.html


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Today 02:52 PM
Atomic B Funk
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Originally Posted by Randolph View Post
Final projector test-fit for my HID retrofit project. Extremely happy with the light output. The whole project was gonna cost $188, but at the last minute I decided to pimp them out with some angel and devil eyes, so it's gonna end up costing $214. Not bad for Xenon headlights.

One Xenon and one halogen - the angel eyes don't normally look so dramatic, but the Xenon lens was fogged up from me opening it up constantly to fiddle with the wiring and such:



Somewhat better view of 'ready' (keyed on) state (amber angel eyes, blue devil eyes in the center):



Lights on:



Color/temperature differences (the fog lights are all LED):



And finally, the most important part - direct lighting comparisons. I took a couple of sets of three pictures, all with the same camera settings in each set, so the pictures are directly comparable.

Starting with both Xenon and halogen lights on:



And to be fair, a halogen-tuned set:

Awesome work. Teach me how to do this
Today 02:39 PM
ljvsnyder
Quote:
Originally Posted by Randolph View Post
Final projector test-fit for my HID retrofit project. Extremely happy with the light output. The whole project was gonna cost $188, but at the last minute I decided to pimp them out with some angel and devil eyes, so it's gonna end up costing $214. Not bad for Xenon headlights.

One Xenon and one halogen - the angel eyes don't normally look so dramatic, but the Xenon lens was fogged up from me opening it up constantly to fiddle with the wiring and such:



Somewhat better view of 'ready' (keyed on) state (amber angel eyes, blue devil eyes in the center):



Lights on:



Color/temperature differences (the fog lights are all LED):



And finally, the most important part - direct lighting comparisons. I took a couple of sets of three pictures, all with the same camera settings in each set, so the pictures are directly comparable.

Starting with both Xenon and halogen lights on:



And to be fair, a halogen-tuned set:

Where did you order your kit from?
Today 02:34 PM
ClevoRN Installed Mopar black fuel door and Putco LED dome light. Attachment 1755730 Attachment 1755738
Today 01:41 PM
Ndig29 Inside
Today 01:40 PM
Ndig29 Heres mine from the outside
Today 01:40 PM
Jkmiko Got it
Today 11:49 AM
seannaz
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Originally Posted by Jkmiko View Post
Can you post pictures from the camera at this location please
And a view from the inside.
Today 11:48 AM
seannaz
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jkmiko View Post
Can you post pictures from the camera at this location please
Here you go. The no bumper drill option.
Today 11:45 AM
seannaz
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Originally Posted by wrath0r View Post
Probably the fuel filler door.
Yep. Fuel filler door.
Today 10:45 AM
Randolph
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Originally Posted by JEEPbug View Post
Those are sick. I'm officially jealous. How did you get the price so low?
Thanks, man. Kept the price low by assembling'em myself - followed this How-To, mostly, with some modifications.

So very totally worth it. It's a tremendous upgrade.
Today 10:31 AM
doubleJKs
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Originally Posted by drdarren View Post
Where do you get the spacers from?
You get them from JK products.I just got mine for Christmas. Will be installing today. Also got the Mygig Lock Pick. That will be installed later this week once I get a camera.
Today 10:30 AM
wrath0r
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Originally Posted by Jeepers Kack View Post
What is the Mopar filler door?
Probably the fuel filler door.
Today 10:29 AM
Maximum Carnage
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jeepers Kack View Post
What is the Mopar filler door?


Fuel door/cover Part # 82211393
Not sure why they use the 'FILLER" word.

http://www.quadratec.com/Assets/Imag...0/75660-lg.jpg
Today 10:15 AM
Jeepers Kack
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Originally Posted by seannaz View Post
I installed Quadratec rear door storage (w/ 50 cal box), Mopar filler door, stubby 5" antenna, Tire Carrier CB mount (wired up to front seat area), and a backup camera fitted into hitch cover. Best part was that I got my 8yr old boys out wrenching with me!
What is the Mopar filler door?
Today 09:28 AM
Jkmiko
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Originally Posted by seannaz View Post
I installed Quadratec rear door storage (w/ 50 cal box), Mopar filler door, stubby 5" antenna, Tire Carrier CB mount (wired up to front seat area), and a backup camera fitted into hitch cover. Best part was that I got my 8yr old boys out wrenching with me!
Can you post pictures from the camera at this location please
Today 08:29 AM
MyWhiteRubi
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Originally Posted by GabrlJeep View Post
I've always been curious as to how hard this is to install? ?????
install was real simple. I had 2 sets of Allen wrenches which is needed. The 1 lower bolt is hard to get to. I used a small 1/4" ratchet with a swivel socket worked well. Took less then 30 minutes to put on both and adjust. They look massive and heavy duty. If your jeep has painted fenders beware after in-latching it don't just drop it. It could take paint. I do really like the look and fit. They look and feel much better than stock. Also amazon has them for under 80 bucks.
Today 08:23 AM
drdarren
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Originally Posted by JEEPbug View Post
I'd like to let anyone know who doesn't have the rear seat "spacers" to recline the back seat (JKU), your missing out. Just got back from Christmas road trip with the kids and they were extremely happy about not sitting at a 90 degree angle for 4 hours. I highly recommend.
Where do you get the spacers from?
Today 05:17 AM
Moonrider
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Originally Posted by HunterTheBeagle View Post
Love the Poison spyder flares, did you go with aluminum or steel?
I went with narrow aluminum. They are raw as of now. Planning on powdercoating black. Been running like that for 3 months and no sign of rust whereas my steel psc rear bumper rusted in 1 week being raw steel
Today 05:00 AM
HunterTheBeagle
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Originally Posted by Moonrider View Post
Washed her today and finally installed front inner fenders to PSC flares. Now need to take flares off and powder coat them at a local shop.

Also, installed Rigid SR-M flush mount back up lights. I tapped them to existing back up lights and separately to the sPod, so i can punish tailgaters . They are very bright and i can now see everything behind while i back up.

Oh, also put a mask on my third brake light and it lights up eyes while breaking
Love the Poison spyder flares, did you go with aluminum or steel?
Today 04:35 AM
Newjeepkid Installed my sylvania H13 headlight bulbs, plasti dipped my rims on my mud terrain set of wheels. Received my trail cargo net in the mail yesterday and ordering the trail force front bumper with LEDs and a fast back soft top tomorrow! Christmas bonus was nice so it's time to spend it!
Today 03:52 AM
RUBINOT Order the last few parts I need for my 2" Old Man Emu Lift
Today 03:24 AM
seannaz I installed Quadratec rear door storage (w/ 50 cal box), Mopar filler door, stubby 5" antenna, Tire Carrier CB mount (wired up to front seat area), and a backup camera fitted into hitch cover. Best part was that I got my 8yr old boys out wrenching with me!



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Today 12:49 AM
ARK71
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Originally Posted by d_nat View Post
where'd you get the clear markers? looking to possibly run a blue marker...
They were ordered through Quadratec. The set comes with amber bulbs installed. It's not legal here to run blue so you should check your local laws.
Today 12:40 AM
Moonrider Washed her today and finally installed front inner fenders to PSC flares. Now need to take flares off and powder coat them at a local shop.

Also, installed Rigid SR-M flush mount back up lights. I tapped them to existing back up lights and separately to the sPod, so i can punish tailgaters . They are very bright and i can now see everything behind while i back up.

Oh, also put a mask on my third brake light and it lights up eyes while breaking
Today 12:02 AM
DallasJKU
Quote:
Originally Posted by Maloofy View Post
Notice any change in rattle/sounds since install? Was it as easy as the video makes it out to be?
I've had two different Jeeps with the TF tire and never had one sound come from it. It works awesome and is super easy to install.
Yesterday 11:57 PM
Maloofy
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Originally Posted by OffWork View Post
Teraflex hinge and carrier, followed with delta lug nut lights
Notice any change in rattle/sounds since install? Was it as easy as the video makes it out to be?
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