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Thread: What was done to your rig this week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    Fixed it....my nickname is Obama!
    Now that's just going to a whole lower level right there, lol.

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    Today I took the doors off for the first time, and last weekend I finally painted my stock zj rims.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaddleTramp View Post
    Looks great Trevor, congrats!!!
    Thanks Scott!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcastell69 View Post
    Put in a Sound Bar this weekend Blue Tooth to here the Tunes as I Drinking some soda
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    Cool

    Factory Fender Chopped Thanks to the excellent write up , installed new wheels and tires (305/70R17) also installed mods on stock rear bumper D-Ring Mounting Bracket and Rigid Industries Dually Flush Mount

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    I am thinking of 2.5" lift to install later and save money by avoiding the extra modifications that comes along with 3" lift such as drive-shafts, etc..
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    - K&N intake, Gibson Mulisha Exhaust, Bully Dog GT for Jeep
    - sPOD w/ Otrattw Switches
    - Truck-Lite, RECON Turn Signals & LED Tail Lights, Rock Lights, A-pillar 4x Rigid Industries D2s, Rigid Industries D2 Fog light, Back-light: Rigid Industries Dually Flush Mount
    - Rugged Ridge 17" x 9" w/ 305/70R17
    - ARB On-Board Air Compressor

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10frank9 View Post
    Installed the Daystar switch panel. Wow it's NOT just a "plug and play" item. I had to "contour" the panel because it kept popping off.

    Also I had to trim the back of the panel a bit. But I got it to work...

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    Hey Frank, I've got the exact same problem and it's driving me nuts. What areas did you have to contour?

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    I also had the same issue. I just put a black screw on each side.

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    Finally got these bad boys on! My buddy was nice enough to weld em on at no cost.
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    Broke an axle shaft, does that count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Armydog View Post
    Broke an axle shaft, does that count?
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    Uh oh!

    Did Juno get the best of you??

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