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    MOPAR LED Fog Light Adjustment.

    On my plastic bumper the halogens are under a plastic cover. No idea about their adjusters. The pic above is passenger side looking straight forward at the rear of the LED module. A small adjustment turning just 90 degrees makes a substantial difference. Now that it is loosened I don't need a...
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    MOPAR LED Fog Light Adjustment.

    Thank You!!! They were bottomed out pretty hard. A light <snap> when they released and now move freely. Will dial them in after dark. Thanks
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    MOPAR LED Fog Light Adjustment.

    Interesting. You have what appears to be the splined face that would plug into mine...but you don't have the associated adjuster on the light. Ok. Going to try it again. Maybe try an Allen to loosen things up. Thanks, Vern
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    MOPAR LED Fog Light Adjustment.

    How do you do it? This is on a Mopar complete bumper assembly. I did not replace or install the fog lights. They came installed in the bumper from the factory. I searched this forum and google. I mostly found results on how to adjust JK fog lights. I guess there is a hole in the bottom of the...
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    Build Progress Of My Gladiator Rubicon.

    Mopar online. Took a week for them to ship it from Los Angeles to dealer in San Diego. No shipping cost since I chose to pick it up. If you google the bumper part number you will appear to get hits from various warehouses. I have found these to usually be the parts department of a dealer...
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    Build Progress Of My Gladiator Rubicon.

    Ok, forgot to add this to the original list. Swapped plastic bumper for the Mopar Steel Bumper. Ready to hit things now and maybe install and low profile (NMO) antenna base for the occasional APRS operations. A few observations. - If you have a Rubicon with plastic bumper and steel skid you...
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    Hello. Again.

    Thanks. And where about in Alabama? Vern
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    Hello. Again.

    Thanks Everyone. DirtHeadDavis: I said same thing just 2 weeks prior. I had lifetime warranty. I swore to NEVER trade my JK. My life situation changed and I got awesome deal. Well, maybe not "awesome" but I am happy with it. Ya never know. Tomorrow you might find yourself driving off in JL/JT.
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    Build Progress Of My Gladiator Rubicon.

    Thanks. Will plan for 4 tire rotation until matching rim falls from the sky gently landing with out a scratch at my front door. Thanks, Vern
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    Build Progress Of My Gladiator Rubicon.

    WJCO, Thanks. Spare is full sized. Same brand, size tread and even date codes. Being 4x4 it's about mandatory. (OMG! Can you imagine a donut on the rear with limited slip? Would it grind itself bald? Would the donut be strong enough to snap a shaft? Would the LSD spin the donut out of its' bead...
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    Build Progress Of My Gladiator Rubicon.

    Here is day one: I had a '09 JK that I built and I was happy with it but it had no cargo space even with the back seat removed. It's a Rubicon. A Jeep. A truck. What's not to love? And did I mention IT'S A FREAKING RUBICON?!? Completed mods. - Dog hammock across back seat. - Late addition...
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    Hello. Again.

    Hello all! Located in San Diego, CA. I had a '09 JK 2-Door but recently traded it in on a 21 Gladiator Rubicon. Let the next round of adventures begin. Vern
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