Search:

Type: Posts; User: TeamFaust

Page 1 of 15 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    81
    Views
    56,586

    Rear elocker wiring location

    Okay, just because I don't see it mentioned...two questions:
    1) Where is the rear portion of the factory Rubicon Rear Locker harness run (inside to the back then out and down, or from engine bay...
  2. Congrats on the Gladiator. Looking forward to...

    Congrats on the Gladiator. Looking forward to seeing what you do with a “truck”. Enjoy.
  3. Thread: Shark "Tank"

    by TeamFaust
    Replies
    927
    Views
    107,603

    [QUOTE=Sharkey;1134691]Ran a wire with a diode...

    [QUOTE=Sharkey;1134691]Ran a wire with a diode from the dome light to the rock lights. Now the rock lights come on temporarily when you unlock the doors or open a door. Very simple and pretty cool...
  4. Replies
    25
    Views
    1,631

    Regarding the DS -- as mentioned, I wouldn't...

    Regarding the DS -- as mentioned, I wouldn't worry about the mid shaft boot. If the CV Joint boot gets torn that's another issue as the bearings will get contaminated and then ba-bye. Been there,...
  5. Replies
    49
    Views
    2,539

    Too funny :cheesy: ...welcome aboard and glad to...

    Too funny :cheesy: ...welcome aboard and glad to see you're jumping in with both feet. Looking good, enjoy!!
  6. Thanks for the write up. This looks like a good...

    Thanks for the write up. This looks like a good option for a small/compact CB especially at the price. Looking forward to hearing a review of how it actually performs in the trail.
  7. Replies
    26
    Views
    3,300

    Great pics, thanks for posting. Definitely need...

    Great pics, thanks for posting. Definitely need to add this one to the list to run.
  8. Replies
    177
    Views
    17,798

    Glad to hear the Moby is ready to roll again and...

    Glad to hear the Moby is ready to roll again and upgrades should be nice :thumb:
  9. RubiCat looks AWESOME with those!! I've always...

    RubiCat looks AWESOME with those!! I've always liked the Coopers. I've run them on other vehicles (F250, Expedition) and always performed well. Likely the ticket for my next go round on the JKU.
  10. Don't feel bad, they make my 35s look tiny :drool:

    Don't feel bad, they make my 35s look tiny :drool:
  11. OUCH!! always a bummer when someone flops. Glad...

    OUCH!! always a bummer when someone flops. Glad everyone okay.
  12. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,545

    Interesting comment as I have the RER in my 2008...

    Interesting comment as I have the RER in my 2008 and figured I was good to just plug in the Mopar Mic and boom Bluetooth for my phone (as mentioned) but not the case...when local dealership went to...
  13. Been dealing with this for awhile...the side nobs...

    Been dealing with this for awhile...the side nobs on the Nitto Mud-Crawlers are big...rubs on front links occasionally...hopefully this will tame it. :thumb:
  14. Replies
    236
    Views
    44,066

    You might want to check out the Quadratec winches...

    You might want to check out the Quadratec winches for a solid option at a lower price point...compare specs.
  15. Poll: Interesting...so this is their replacement for...

    Interesting...so this is their replacement for the Patriot and current Compass models then. I do like the look we'll see where the size fits in...as mentioned in the article, perhaps "what the...
  16. Great demo. Thanks for posting it.:thumb:

    Great demo. Thanks for posting it.:thumb:
  17. Replies
    332
    Views
    24,099

    Thanks WAL & Rock Hard for the opportunity....

    Thanks WAL & Rock Hard for the opportunity. Originally found JKF when looking for resources for my new to me JKU and of course followed Eddie and crew over to WAL which has become my go-to resource...
  18. Sorry about a limping RubiCat, but great pics of...

    Sorry about a limping RubiCat, but great pics of Moby.
    Sure is a neat area.
  19. Thread: New wheels!

    by TeamFaust
    Replies
    56
    Views
    12,254

    Yep, I get that with the front (bumper end too...

    Yep, I get that with the front (bumper end too intrusive), but I read "the back of the rear wheel well" not the front of it where the pinch weld is. I was thinking 12.5 with tire too far inboard thus...
  20. Thread: New wheels!

    by TeamFaust
    Replies
    56
    Views
    12,254

    Absolutely look great. What is your lift? Given...

    Absolutely look great. What is your lift? Given the rubbing sounds like an option for a little less backspacing would be good. Although it sounds like Mopar was only considering for a 35" tire. So...
  21. Crew Chief 715 - Wow

    Crew Chief 715 -- Yes, Yes, Yes!!
    But would like to see it with the deisel they are using in the Grand Cherokee.
  22. Great write up. And timely as I'm developing an...

    Great write up. And timely as I'm developing an exhaust leak in the stock muffler so will be replacing soon. This was obviously your solution for the drone on the 3.6 and short dump due to EVO...
  23. Enjoyed the video. When these first came out I...

    Enjoyed the video.
    When these first came out I wasn't real keen on them however they are definitely growing on me...especially with the modified stance of Rene with the little lift and out spaced...
  24. Not offended, just was looking for helpful...

    Not offended, just was looking for helpful info...and that's such an old bit.
    No worries. Back to Jeeping :-)
  25. hinrichs, thanks for the snarky reply :clap2:...

    hinrichs, thanks for the snarky reply :clap2: that was hilarious :cheesy: :cheesy:... no wonder some folks often get turned off to the forum. I was simply wondering if anyone is seeing/getting any...
Results 1 to 25 of 355
Page 1 of 15 1 2 3 4
About us
“wayoflife” is a moniker that I’ve been using for 20 years now and I chose it because I think it does a great job of explaining, in simple terms, the passion I have for Jeeps and the Jeep way of life. This is a lifestyle that transcends age, gender and race as the only thing you need to be a part of it is a love for the outdoors, a desire to explore, a yearning to take on a challenge and a will to conquer it. Over the years, Cindy and I have attempted to capture the essence of this lifestyle through photographs and videos and share it with others around the world. And, this is how WAYALIFE was born.
Join us
WATCH OUR VIDEOS