Happy Bday! :beer:
Type: Posts; User: Sharkey
Happy Bday! :beer:
Makes sense. Thanks. I wasn't thinking 5 vs. 5.5. For some reason I was thinking 60's usually came with an 8 bolt hub but I've never run one so I didn't know for sure.
Great looking rig!
What lead you to go with 5x5.5 on the hubs?
Saw this earlier. Tragic...idiotic...but tragic nonetheless.
You lost the grammar/spelling test. :cheesy:
Went to the dealer today to check out the 10th anniversary edition. Anvil is much different in person than in the pics I've seen. It looked more dark gray and less blue...I like it a lot.
My pic is of Stampede (looking down from Verdi Peak). No snakes or frogs today...kids were bummed.
Lol. Bocha? We took the back way, much prettier. 30554
Too bad the wood shafts have gold seals on the end.
Having the right tools is the key to this (and most) installs. Like GCM2 said, check out MTG's thread. Good clamps, and the proper nutsert tool, are a must. Overall though, the install is not that...
Lol. It will when I finish wiring the inside. I have to brush up on which wires to tap.
A friend's Jeep who is working his butt off out of town. He has some stuff that needs installing, I like to wrench...voila, OBA!
The side benefit is I've gotten to drive a Jeep again. Damn I miss...
Lol. Did you bother to look at the OP? There are pics of the tires installed.
So who won?
I'd take one of these (not instead of a JEEP). 30035
Um, you keep wheeling your Jeep and loving every minute of it.
Ever see the movie Altered States? It may make you rethink this. Lol.
No true! My Jeep has only been gone since July 2012.
Pretty much says it all right there.
I never have had a problem running next to wires, but I have read of other people having weird issues that they couldn't pin down and then, when they re-routed away from power wires, everything was...
Soapy water should help you move the sticker around. I usually do some measuring and leveling and then "frame" the area with painter's tape.
Try a better ground for the antenna and also check to see what the cable is running next to in the carpet.
Edit: how did you run the separate ground because I don't see it in the picture?
Which is why someone posted it three pages back. Lol!
I'm finding it hard to work now...thanks a lot! Can't wait to see this as it is being built.:thumb: