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    Nothing but a Thing mcpuck's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    I did but you don't have to.
    I wanna be like OL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpuck View Post
    I wanna be like OL!
    Many have tried, few have failed.
    RECOMMENDED JEEP PARTS & ACCESSORIES

    2012 Dozer JK
    -Dynatrac PR44/Rubicon Rear
    -Nitto 37” Trail Grapplers
    -Rock Krawler 2.5” Lift
    -ATX Slabs
    -Warn VR8
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    2012 Billet Silver JKUR
    -EVO DTD front and rear
    -Dynatrac PR60/PR80
    -EVO High Clearance Long Arm
    -Nitto 40” Trail grapplers
    -KMC Machetes
    -JE Reel 1410/1350 Driveshafts
    -Warn CTI 9.5
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    1975 DJ5

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    Knows a Thing or Two Devallee's Avatar
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    Free hood flutter mod: remove the spring under the hood. Takes about a minute

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    Nothing but a Thing mcpuck's Avatar
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    Flip the rearview mirror upside down for better windshield view.

    Drill holes in door mirrors to drain off water.

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    Nothing but a Thing mcpuck's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Many have tried, few have failed.
    I am the few ...

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    My hood flutter went away when I put the daystar hood latches on and flipping my mirror wouldn't work for backing up because of my smittybilt overhead console

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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Many have tried, few have failed.
    Is this really what you meant? LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    Is this really what you meant? LOL!
    Yup.
    RECOMMENDED JEEP PARTS & ACCESSORIES

    2012 Dozer JK
    -Dynatrac PR44/Rubicon Rear
    -Nitto 37” Trail Grapplers
    -Rock Krawler 2.5” Lift
    -ATX Slabs
    -Warn VR8
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    2012 Billet Silver JKUR
    -EVO DTD front and rear
    -Dynatrac PR60/PR80
    -EVO High Clearance Long Arm
    -Nitto 40” Trail grapplers
    -KMC Machetes
    -JE Reel 1410/1350 Driveshafts
    -Warn CTI 9.5
    -EVO Armor/Bumpers

    1975 DJ5

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    Stuff your garage door remote/opener in the roll cage padding. Above to your back left, driver side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krieger View Post
    Stuff your garage door remote/opener in the roll cage padding. Above to your back left, driver side.
    That's a pretty great idea!! Lol

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