Cool! unk: Aren't great neighbors the best? I bet you'll forget to pull those nice matching seatcovers off once you get your pattern done too.Thanks AS, nope, he has a truck to drive to work, so he just left me his Jeep for however long I need it... Gotta love former neighbors!
Actually he's such a good guy that he paid me to take his Jeep away from him and forget to remove the new seat covers! He joined here a week or two ago, name's Bruce... Haven't seen any posts from him yet tho'!Cool! unk: Aren't great neighbors the best? I bet you'll forget to pull those nice matching seatcovers off once you get your pattern done too.
We were sick of seeing all the JK owners putting down, "Cruised around with the top and doors on during this absolutely BEAUTIFUL day, wondering who all those idiots in Jeeps are that keep waving at us...":flipoff:Did everyone forget about the "what did you do to your jeep today" thread. :rofl:
I forgot to include this oil filter removal/installation TIP to the above Post, so here goes, for those that don't already know:Changed the oil and filter for my Jeep. Checked/greased 7 front end fittings, sprayed Rust Check around the front end area.
- oil used was Valvoline conventional 10W-30.
- filter used was a Fram Tough Guard 16 with silicon (orange) anti-drainback valve, 99% dirt trapping efficiency, and 7500 miles change interval rating.
- mileage on the old oil was 7090 kms (4400 miles).
I will be spraying Rust Check in any openings between panel below the front fender and the front fender itself later this week. This a rust prone area.