Type: Posts; User: dchew
Here's a sunrise from late last year...
Sweet! I'm going to Iceland next week. If I get to see something half that cool I will be really excited.
Don't drive it when there is salt on the road
Attack any new rust with a rattle can, Fluid Film and a vengeance
FINALLY replace my tire carrier (it is a TF) so I can lose the back-up...
Merry Christmas Strizz. Weird warm in Ohio this year.
2016 will be the year of the mule
Welcome from Auburn!
You can use the EVO long arms but not the high clearance rear 3 degree axle bracket. You would use the rock stars instead. With the high clearance bracket there is no place to mount the shock.
And today I got a little box from Edwin Oh. I wonder what could be be in there? Something sticky on one side?!
How about just below the tailgate/skins but above the bumper cross member?
Those door insets are screaming for some wood veneer. I predict a run on WOODY license plates.
Awesome thank you.
Wow I had no idea there were so many fellow climbers on this site. Nice.
Back to the lights. Do you think they are bright enough to use as secondary backup lights?
I'm debating whether to get...
Coil overs mean "coils over shocks". So any coils and/or shocks that came with your BDS lift will be removed. You can probably keep some of the accessory stuff that may have come with your previous...
Driver side fixed, but I still suck at grinding.
Well 0.2 amps is nothin. 18 gauge would handle many of those lights wired together.
Jeep is finally all painted and back together. I've got one question about the coil over clearance in the back. Mine is sitting right against the rear body mount on both sides. Easy...
As long as you want them all on the same switch, you can run one positive wire and one negative to the farthest light, then just route all the others into those two wires, like branches off the trunk...
A little frost but no real snow yet.
Those look very nice. Reading this thread is getting expensive. Hinrichs sucks.
Welcome to WAYALIFE from Chagrin Falls. Nice looking 2door!
Given our weather right now those shots could have been taken yesterday!
Hinge liners. Thanks to Hinrichs for the beta.
I got some flex exhaust pipe to clamp it all together, then took it to someone who makes headers from scratch. He took the loop and filled in the gaps with a few custom made sections and welded it...
Does your lift kit include some sort of track bar relocation bracket, and did you ever measure it before this? If not, it may be that your axle always was that way. That's what would happen with a 4"...