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Thread: The build of Wheezy (aka anti-squeakers)

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    The build of Wheezy (aka anti-squeakers)

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    Realizing I never started a build thread but since I really haven't done too much it's better late than never!


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    I like your choice of wheel , What have you got planned in the way of mods?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLZ View Post
    I like your choice of wheel , What have you got planned in the way of mods?
    Armor armor and more armor! That's my goals for now. And just small mods. Lights, quick discos... YA know


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    cant wait to see what you have in store for it Nick!
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    Great looking jeep

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    Jks quicker discos ordered from northridge. Can't wait for delivery
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    Trucklites are ordered... Everyone says they are worth it... Pumped for the Christmas upgrades!
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    Looks good so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheaffadelic View Post
    Trucklites are ordered... Everyone says they are worth it... Pumped for the Christmas upgrades!
    WOOHOOOOoooo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheaffadelic View Post
    Trucklites are ordered... Everyone says they are worth it... Pumped for the Christmas upgrades!
    They are fantastic. They really bring light to the night. In town on rainy roads the reflection of the lines and reflectors never happened with the stock lights.

    Ran into the first problem on Sunday coming off the hill at night. We went quickly from clear to heavy fog. The reflection was grand. Lead vehicle had to shut off their TL and so did I. I have a set of PIAA 520 lights with standard bulbs that cut right through the fog. Even still I believe had it not been such a drastic immediate change they would have been fine as our eyes would have already been used to the light level.

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