POR15ing the frame is also a good excuse to do a 1" body lift:cleaning / POR-15 the frame is a good idea. You don't have to take the body off. Just get to everything that is exposed. I am tackling this project in a week or two.
Yeah I found this here is the part pic hope this helps notice it says led it will fix flasher problemjeep7797 said:put the round lights on last year, found 50 some leds in each for around 40 bucks on ebay but once you put leds in the jeep thinks a lights burned out and blinks really fast. I forgot where I found it but you can do a simple mod on your flasher relay to make it blink normally, that involves just making a slice in the printed circuit board inside the flasher. super easy and no annoying quick flash. Also the more leds generally mean the brighter the light, Its almost blinding how bright these things are...
Drill a small hole in the bottom of your side mirrors so when it rains or you wash it the water will drain out and not run down and streak your doors.nick50471 said:The rearview mirror flip is the cheapest mod. Drilling the side mirrors is cheap if you own a drill.
Yeah I found this here is the part pic hope this helps notice it says led it will fix flasher problem
Very true another thing is make a cut out of card board and measure 2 or even 3 times make sure u keep the whole saw lubed and I am going to use the oem plug off my old lights so I can have a quick connect and going with white lens red bulbs I will put pics up when I do itParaCAD said:If you use that with your stock lights....with they become super slow?
I'ma do the tail lights as well once i pick up a hole saw, and have the guts to cut into the tub
Did u use a 4 1/2" hole saw? I need one and don't want to pay 30$ for a tool I will only use 2 timesjeep7797 said:Drilling out the tub was the easy part, you can always pick up some diamond plate corners to hide any imperfections. Just make sure you take your time and measure a few times. Also, when doing the wiring, I hate just crimp on connectors, I always solder and heatshrink everything. Even the heatshrink butt connectors are better but I'd still rather solder and heatshrink stuff...