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what kind? do you like it? price and pic please:) id like a no drill gas cap cover!!
 

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I'm on my phone, so I can't get a link, but I'm pretty sure you can get one from Quadratec. One came standard on my Mountain edition--look at my profile pics and I'm pretty sure you'll spot it.
 

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Looks nice what brand is that?
 

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Yep, that sure looks like the same one I've got. And if it was from the Jeep dealer, it's probably Mopar. I found it in the Quadratec catalog--search their website for item number 15006.41X. It's $124.99. Claims "no drill installation" takes 5 minutes.
 

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I have that same one and yes, it's Mopar. I installed mine myself in a matter of minutes. You can pick them up alot cheaper than $125 though. I have seen them on E-bay for like $80.
 

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MOPAR shows the black model at $111.00
However, the install looks a bit more detailed than 5 minutes, or maybe I'm just slow.
 

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Yeah, make no mistake--neither Mopar's nor Quadratec's website is guaranteed (or even likely) to be the cheapest place to get your gear. But they've got it if you "need" it.
 

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The hardest part of the install, for me anyways, was taking the original plastic piece around the gas nozzle off because there is a clip way the f#$% back there that is a PITA to get to. Once that is loose it's a piece of cake.
 

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I got mine for $100 bucks at the dealership took prob a half hr to install the old plastic ring was a b--- to get out, but the install was pretty easy, prob took me a little longer to get it on cuz I had a few beers while installing lol
 

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Mabey I'm wrong but I didn't think you needed to remove the plastic ring around the cap. I thought you just screwed the selftaping screws right into that piece?
 

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Just looked the rugged ridge cover fits over the top of the original plastic ring and selftaps onto it. Anyone have this cover?
 

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Here's mine (Mopar). From what I remember the clips were a pain but I think you can swivel it to reach all of them. It wasn't too bad of an install.
 

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Thanks everyone, those all look really good. I've got to buy one I don't like the look of the stock ones.
 

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Mabey I'm wrong but I didn't think you needed to remove the plastic ring around the cap. I thought you just screwed the selftaping screws right into that piece?
No, you have to remove the old one because the new one that you install has the threading for the screws on the new cover.
 

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I hear whT your sAying but some of them not counting mopar just fit over the stock jk part and s screws right into that plastic ring. Highrock fuel door hatch is one of the ones I'm talking about.
 

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greenenvy said:
Just looked the rugged ridge cover fits over the top of the original plastic ring and selftaps onto it. Anyone have this cover?
I have it. Took 5 minutes to do 3 St screws. About $60-70 from 4wd.com
 
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