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Old 04-19-2016, 07:00 PM   #31
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Thanks! Regarding the door jams, I looked at several other bed lined Jeeps, and none of them had their door jams bed lined, so I figured I would just stop there as well. Although I kind of wish I had gone ahead and lined the door jams, I do like the look of the black door jams contrasting the gray bed liner.
I like your sill plate suggestion and may do that at some point, but for now I'm going to seal the edge with an exterior weather-resistant glue as a temporary solution.
Well just wanted to let u know your jeep is bad ass. Takes balls to sand it down like that!!

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Awesome looking build so far, looking forward to to seeing it come together.

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Awesome looking build so far, looking forward to to seeing it come together.
Thank you
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I got everything mostly back together again! I am so happy as to how this paint turned out!! I honestly did not expect it to look this good. For anyone wanting to do something similar, I highly recommend Monstaliner. It really is a great product. I'll keep everyone posted on how it holds up over time. Although I did talk to a fellow forumer who Monstalined his entire TJ five years ago, and he said his is holding up fine which gives me confidence that mine will as well.



I also started coloring some of my accents orange (will change all accents that are currently red to orange + some others). This looks so awesome with the gray bedliner



I have my fenders, long arms, coils, rock sliders and steering components being powder coated right now. They should be done sometime next week. I am sooo excited to get all that stuff on the Jeep!
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Looks great! Can't wait to follow along and see where this goes.
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Looks great! Can't wait to follow along and see where this goes.
Appreciate it man!
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Just a couple more pictures of the paint because I'm proud of my work!




And here's a picture of me flexing on an excavator's tracks that I saw on my way home today


I'm also very excited because the powder coating place called me today and said that all my stuff is ready! I will be picking all my freshly coated stuff up tomorrow.
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So I've got good news and bad news.

The good news is that I got all my stuff back from the powder coaters, and it looks awesome! I am sooo excited to get this all on my Jeep


New coils are 3.5" coils, old coils are 4" coils hmmm I wonder how much they'll settle



Ok now for the bad news

The other day driving down the road I exploded my rear passenger side axle shaft bearing. This has happened to two sets of my chromoly axle shafts in the same place now in the past two months, and I haven't even off-roaded or done anything crazy. I took it to a shop to have it looked at since it just does not make sense to me why this has happened twice now in such short time, and the shop said the axle housing may be bent or damaged in another way which has caused the axle shafts to be under an enormous amount of stress.
So I have a couple of choices now: I can either buy my friend's built Dana 44 for like $1,000 or go ahead and upgrade to a Dana 60. I don't have much money right now, but I don't want to pay $1,000+ now for another 44 just to upgrade to a D60 in a couple of years anyway (what I was originally planning to do). So I'm not sure what I'm going to do as of right now, but I'm going to have to make a decision sometime this week before my long arm suspension goes on.
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Update: the rear axle shaft and bearing that broke has been replaced under warranty. I'm kind of thinking now that it may have been installed wrong in the first place (after I got the new shafts when the stock ones gave out). So I'll keep an eye on it in the next couple months, but I'm just happy that as of now I haven't had to put a penny on it
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Last night I finally got around to installing my new Poison Spyder Narrow Crusher Fender Flares! I just got the fronts done because it was a really time-consuming job, but I loooovee the way they look on my Jeep. I got them in aluminum, by the way, to save weight since my Jeep is already pretty heavy.




These things are strong as hell too. They're actually supposed to help protect the body in a roll over. I'm very pleased how these turned out and I'm glad I went with these over others. I'll install the rear ones once I get my Jeep back from the shop



Today I took my Jeep to the shop to FINALLY have my Rock Krawler long arm X-Factor suspension system installed!! I am so incredibly excited to have this on. The guy I took it to, who was recommended by a few serious Jeepers in my hometown area, actually owns SRRC (Southern Rock Racing Series) if any of y'all know what that is. He builds huge rock bouncers all the time and races them. I had a peak at some of his builds today, and I am extremely impressed. Needless to say, I feel confident that he will do good work. And he is charging a very reasonable price too!
This is one of his rock bouncer projects that he's doing right now. It's on 43's


Once I get the Jeep back after the new Rock Krawler kit is installed, I will finish putting on my rear Poison Spyder flares and weld on my Poison Spyder Rocker Knockers. I'll probably have all this done within two weeks. Then from there I'm going to Windrock to wheel! If anyone will be up at Windrock or Golden Mountain in a couple weeks (the weekend of May 20) let me know, maybe we can meet up
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So the powder coat doesn't crack when the spring compress?

Cool build, I want to do bed liner later on too
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So the powder coat doesn't crack when the spring compress?

Cool build, I want to do bed liner later on too
If the powder coating is of good quality, then it should definitely hold up when the springs compress. I know many people who have their springs powder coated!

Yeah man I love the way my bed liner turned out, and I think it's an awesome addition. I've only driven my Jeep twice with the new bed liner paint job, and it has turned so many heads The attention isn't for everybody, but I definitely enjoy knowing through the reactions of others that my hard work has paid off!
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PC is amazing stuff, I powder coat bullets and after shooting them I'll dig the bullets and the bullet will be all squished with the PC squashed too, like a copper jacket bullet. Crazy strong stuff.
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I should be getting my Jeep back from the shop this week with my newly installed Rock Krawler long arm x-factor suspension! I am SO excited to finally drive it again. I plan on wheeling it this weekend at Hawk Pride Offroad Park, but I need to hurry up and finish putting my rear Poison Spyder fenders on and weld my Poison Spyder Rocker Knockers on!

I'll be sure to post lots of pictures from my wheeling trip this weekend and let y'all know how my new long arm set up works!

This is a picture of my rock sliders with the orange powder coated skid plates
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Just out of curiosity, how much does that much bedliner weigh?
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Just out of curiosity, how much does that much bedliner weigh?
Not sure exactly. I'd say each gallon weighs about 10-15 pounds, and I used roughly two gallons in total on my Jeep. So my entire bed lined exterior only added less than 30 pounds to the Jeep, which is not much compared to everything else.
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Cool thanks. 30lb isn't bad, I always wondered about that.
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Sneak peek of new long arm suspension and steering components powder coated orange! Should be all finished up and back on the road tomorrow. I plan on picking it up in the morning and driving it straight to the exhaust shop so that I can get the exhaust rerouting modification done tomorrow. Then it should be all set to wheel this weekend!



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I had such a good time at Hawk Pride Offroad Park this weekend My Jeep with its new Rock Krawler long arm suspension performed great! I did a couple 5 rated trails myself, making the most out of my weak skid plate system, and everything in between. I had four other friends with me, one who brought another JKU and one who brought a built xterra.

This was my articulation test right after I got the Jeep back from the shop. I would have gotten more flex if I trimmed my rear bumper and fender well because my back tires hit it before they were fully stuffed (since my axle was moved back an inch). I trimmed those things today, though, so hopefully I'll be able to stuff the rear tires up some more


These three pictures are on one of the level 5 rated trails I did




Got a lil muddy


Great scenery


Night wheeling


With my friend on one of the level 3 rated trails


Overall it was an awesome time

Tomorrow I'm headed back to the Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee!
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Looks sick i like the orange
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Looks sick i like the orange
Thanks man!
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Forgot to post a picture of the rear Poison Spyder flares installed so here it is
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That's a great look. That Monstaliner color and the orange is really cool.
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That's a great look. That Monstaliner color and the orange is really cool.
Thanks! I've always thought a charcoal grey color would look cool so I went with it. And orange is my favorite color, so I thought the grey would look awesome with orange accents. I'm glad others think the same!
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Perfection by far
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Haha it's not perfect yet but it's getting there slowly! Thank you
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You know, East Tennessee isn't too far from Virginia, so if you're ever itching to bedline another wrangler, I volunteer! Haha I absolutely dig your build and am insanely jealous. Also jealous of Tennessee's laws on the fender flares. In VA tires have to be covered and there has to be a side light on the front flares, so I'll basically have to get the bushwacker flat flares when I upgrade. Also, what exhaust do you have?
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You know, East Tennessee isn't too far from Virginia, so if you're ever itching to bedline another wrangler, I volunteer! Haha I absolutely dig your build and am insanely jealous. Also jealous of Tennessee's laws on the fender flares. In VA tires have to be covered and there has to be a side light on the front flares, so I'll basically have to get the bushwacker flat flares when I upgrade. Also, what exhaust do you have?
Pay me and I'll do yours! I'm always needing more money for more Jeep parts!! Also thank you so much, I've had such a great time building my Jeep, I'm glad you like it.

Yeah fender laws suck. Haha I'm not sure what Tennessee's are, but I've never been bothered about my tires sticking out, so I'm assuming I'm good. I had the Bushwacker flat flares before I got my new Poison Spyder narrow ones. And to answer your question, I have Borla exhaust.
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Pay me and I'll do yours! I'm always needing more money for more Jeep parts!! Also thank you so much, I've had such a great time building my Jeep, I'm glad you like it.

Yeah fender laws suck. Haha I'm not sure what Tennessee's are, but I've never been bothered about my tires sticking out, so I'm assuming I'm good. I had the Bushwacker flat flares before I got my new Poison Spyder narrow ones. And to answer your question, I have Borla exhaust.
Haha I might have to take you up on that at some point! That is definitely not a job for me... I don't have that kind of patience to take the time it needs. I'd get too excited and rush it.

I'll probably eventually get the Bushwacker flares once I get bigger tires. I've had 33s on my 4D Jk for a little over a year now and just recently lifted it 3.25" and that absolutely swallowed my tires... Looks almost like I'm running stock sized tires lol. Hoping to upgrade to 35s soon and regear. Just ordered a Flowmaster American thunder cat-back exhaust and am excited to put that in

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