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Old 06-01-2019, 06:25 PM   #93451
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Installed my new RR rock sliders!
That last bolt on the end sucks right? Or did you have an air wrench?
Good old strength my friend 😛 and a good metal pipe that I use on my wrench as torque for bolts like those.

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Old 06-01-2019, 06:49 PM   #93453
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Installed my new RR rock sliders!


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What did you do to your JK today?

Got em both in the garage. Installed the Vector off-road bar. Also installed the Jeep Unique mic holder and FT-70 handheld radio holder.
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Old 06-01-2019, 09:40 PM   #93455
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Ive been on a cleaning binge. Today, I started on the engine compartment, something I’ve never done before.

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Old 06-01-2019, 10:08 PM   #93456
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5 tire rotation, changed the oil, took off the front doors and tried out some cheap Amazon foot pegs. Then drove around some back roads. Beautiful day, made me remember why I love my Jeep so much.


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Old 06-01-2019, 11:42 PM   #93457
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Good old strength my friend 😛 and a good metal pipe that I use on my wrench as torque for bolts like those.
Nah I used a 10mm gear wrench. 2 clicks at a time. On a jku the last pinch seam bolt is very limited access.
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Old 06-02-2019, 12:00 AM   #93458
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They look great. All I did was paint a small section of the body of the jeep black. In front and behind it. (Under the flares. But I have a dune jeep. Sadly I will probably sell mine and go for rse power step sliders when I go to 4" longarms and 37"tires. Will see if the roll cage handle bars make them more useful at height.
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Old 06-02-2019, 12:17 AM   #93459
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Installed my replacement front driveshaft that James Adams built himself after my first one was giving me vibes starting around 65 mph and very pronounced 50 Hz bass tone at 80. This one has no discernible vibes up to 85-90.

I'm relieved because I wasn't sure if it was the first shaft being a bit out of balance, or if I just had too much angle between pinion and shaft (I had measured the delta to be around 4 degrees). But my caster is already real low at a bit under 4dg (I had lowered it a bit with the first shaft to see if it resolved the issue). I may bump the caster back up a bit now that it seems the shaft is good, but that'll be another day as I pre-emptively ordered some Metalcloack front lower arms to go with my uppers to allow me to move my axle a bit further forward. And it doesn't drive bad as is.

But Mr. Adams lived up to his great reputation for customer service.

Also installed the Metalcloak rear spring perch angle correction spacers/retainers, took some bow out of my rear springs. Will have to take it for a drive to see if it changes the feel much.
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Old 06-02-2019, 12:26 AM   #93460
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Good old strength my friend 😛 and a good metal pipe that I use on my wrench as torque for bolts like those.
Nah I used a 10mm gear wrench. 2 clicks at a time. On a jku the last pinch seam bolt is very limited access.
I don’t, but will definitely be posting more frequently this summer 😊
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Old 06-02-2019, 01:47 AM   #93461
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Installed my replacement front driveshaft that James Adams built himself after my first one was giving me vibes starting around 65 mph and very pronounced 50 Hz bass tone at 80. This one has no discernible vibes up to 85-90.

I'm relieved because I wasn't sure if it was the first shaft being a bit out of balance, or if I just had too much angle between pinion and shaft (I had measured the delta to be around 4 degrees). But my caster is already real low at a bit under 4dg (I had lowered it a bit with the first shaft to see if it resolved the issue). I may bump the caster back up a bit now that it seems the shaft is good, but that'll be another day as I pre-emptively ordered some Metalcloack front lower arms to go with my uppers to allow me to move my axle a bit further forward. And it doesn't drive bad as is.

But Mr. Adams lived up to his great reputation for customer service.

Also installed the Metalcloak rear spring perch angle correction spacers/retainers, took some bow out of my rear springs. Will have to take it for a drive to see if it changes the feel much.
Pushing it out will actually help the angle and allow you to regain a little caster. Are you running a stock axle? If so, have you added gussets yet?
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Old 06-02-2019, 09:32 AM   #93462
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Also installed the Metalcloak rear spring perch angle correction spacers/retainers, took some bow out of my rear springs. Will have to take it for a drive to see if it changes the feel much.
It was not noticeable on mine.
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Old 06-02-2019, 11:35 AM   #93463
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Replaced both idler pulleys, air cleaner and serpentine belt.

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Replaced both idler pulleys, air cleaner and serpentine belt.

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Old 06-02-2019, 12:03 PM   #93465
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Were the pulleys noisy?
Well, that was the problem. I couldn't tell what it was, but it sounded for all the world like a pulley to me, not a belt. It is an incredibly simple task, so took no time to get in again. While annoyed about it, because when I had my son slide the belt back on while I held tension with the 30" breaker bar, I said hmm...should I do the belt too? No cracks at all, so decided it was worth waiting. When the sound was still there, I knew it was likely belt. Had I done both at the same time, I wouldn't have known for sure. Had it not worked, next was tensioner assembly pulley or alternator.
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Old 06-02-2019, 12:28 PM   #93466
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Girfriend got me a set of LED turn signals, so I installed those and my LED headlights today.

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Old 06-02-2019, 12:33 PM   #93467
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Old 06-02-2019, 02:23 PM   #93469
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Pushing it out will actually help the angle and allow you to regain a little caster. Are you running a stock axle? If so, have you added gussets yet?
Yeah helping the angle by moving the axle forward was my thought, because my lift only came with front uppers so the axle is a little further back than most kits that would have front lowers. Though I did a rough calculation that indicated it would only get me a fraction of a degree because it's not like I'm going to move it several inches forward, probably less than 1. But hey, at least I'll have a more flexy Game Changer front end.

I do have the stock D44 and do not have gussets yet, have tossed around the idea, probably good insurance though with my smaller "35s" it seems I shouldn't be at huge risk.
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Old 06-02-2019, 04:38 PM   #93470
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Re-torqued all of the bolts associated with the Rancho 2" sport lift I put on last weekend. Glad I did too. Seems I forgot to tighten down one bolt on the passenger side geometry correction I put on with the kit. Fluid filmed the the underside as well.
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Old 06-02-2019, 05:30 PM   #93471
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Finished building my "swing down CB chassis/mount". When I put the CB where I wanted it, it blocked the front latch for the freedom panels, this lets me access it quick and easy. Takes about five seconds to drop it or latch it again, and it's super solid. Used a pair of rotary draw latches (like the kind used on my SKB bass guitar rack), a "piano hinge", some 16g steel and some 12g steel. Overly (and needlessly?) complicated, but another fun project done.
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Finanlly finished the Cobra 75 cb install I started months ago. Can't seem to get my SWR down below 2 on either channel. May need to try a 4' antenna instead of the 3'.
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Yeah helping the angle by moving the axle forward was my thought, because my lift only came with front uppers so the axle is a little further back than most kits that would have front lowers. Though I did a rough calculation that indicated it would only get me a fraction of a degree because it's not like I'm going to move it several inches forward, probably less than 1. But hey, at least I'll have a more flexy Game Changer front end.

I do have the stock D44 and do not have gussets yet, have tossed around the idea, probably good insurance though with my smaller "35s" it seems I shouldn't be at huge risk.
I was actually asking about the gussets for a different reason. You can actually adjust the caster to pinion relationship by doing a cut and turn on the c's. But it is nearly impossible to not damage something after you weld on the gussets.
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Swapped in 430rhb to replace my 130, added a backup camera too. Very simple swap. Took longer to run the rca cable than hook up everything.
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Well, that was the problem. I couldn't tell what it was, but it sounded for all the world like a pulley to me, not a belt. It is an incredibly simple task, so took no time to get in again. While annoyed about it, because when I had my son slide the belt back on while I held tension with the 30" breaker bar, I said hmm...should I do the belt too? No cracks at all, so decided it was worth waiting. When the sound was still there, I knew it was likely belt. Had I done both at the same time, I wouldn't have known for sure. Had it not worked, next was tensioner assembly pulley or alternator.
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How many miles on it?

I had a WJ, the belt was supposed to be changed at 60k miles and failed at 59k while on a business trip in Newark NJ of all places. Luckily there was a Jeep dealership in town, I bought a belt and replaced it myself in no time - in a business suit!

I'm curious how long it lasts on a JK...
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I had a WJ, the belt was supposed to be changed at 60k miles and failed at 59k while on a business trip in Newark NJ of all places. Luckily there was a Jeep dealership in town, I bought a belt and replaced it myself in no time - in a business suit!



I'm curious how long it lasts on a JK...
80k, and likely original. Strangely, I can't find replacement interval in manual. Odd.
Hell of a suit to change it in lol. It really is super easy to do though, except needing the heavy duty breaker bar.
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Old 06-02-2019, 10:26 PM   #93477
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I've decided this is my summer of upgrades...

Installed new LED tail lights. Love the new look to the back end of my Baby!

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New locking fuel door. The lock on the previous one stopped working and I had fits trying to get it opened so I just left it unlocked and it kept flying open. Not sure why I went back with another locking kind, just did it!



Changed my cabin air filters. Not nearly as bad as I've seen on here before, and it's been a bit more than a year, but yuck! *Makes a note to change more frequently...



Got an EAG front stubby bumper on it's way this week. Can't wait to get it on!

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Changed out my cabin air filters, mine were about half of what is in the posted picture above, but still....

took off the side windows and opened the roof....and enjoyed it
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Upgrade my carpet to a set of Bedrug's. I love how they look. Now I'm just waiting on the rear set to come in.









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I had a WJ, the belt was supposed to be changed at 60k miles and failed at 59k while on a business trip in Newark NJ of all places. Luckily there was a Jeep dealership in town, I bought a belt and replaced it myself in no time - in a business suit!



I'm curious how long it lasts on a JK...
80k, and likely original. Strangely, I can't find replacement interval in manual. Odd.
Hell of a suit to change it in lol. It really is super easy to do though, except needing the heavy duty breaker bar.
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On the Grand Cherokee that was a very easy task! But the segmented (grooved) belt didn’t last long.

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