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    Bartact seat covers, K&N Cabin air filters

    Got me some Bartact front seat covers. These are the best I've ever seen. Very good quality and look to be extremely durable. Fit tight and look great with zippered pouch in front and rear as well as MOLLE strap system on sides and back. also came with two small storage pouches/bags.

    I ordered the rear covers now too. I also fit the WAR PIGS rear seat recline kit. Simple and straight forward but i wish they slotted three of the spacers for those middle seat mounts.
    They were a pita for me to get bolted back on with the spacers as the mounts do not line up correctly and its difficult to start the threads without stripping. If they were slotted, you woulnt have to remove the bolts, just loosen enough to lift and tap the spacers in between.

    Anyway, theyre in and def make the rear seat more comfortable.



    My ride didnt come with cabin air filters, so i added some K&N filters. Pricey but they're good and reusable.




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    Very nice! Enjoy!

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    Nice build.

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    Really nice story and your Jeep looks great! Funny - I feel the same way driving my Jeep - I look forward to driving it even if its a short trip. Wait til you get the chance to drive it without the doors and top on a
    hot Summer day - nothing else like it man!
    https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...build-of-Gruff

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    Nicely done

    I like where you are going with your 17 JKUW build. Very much in character and you did your research and maybe mine too. I'm going to look into some of the products you used.

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    Good looking Jeep


    Jeep with stuff on it.

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    Great looking Jeep. I like the contrast black. How do you like those rock sliders? They're the only ones I've found that fit with the stock RubiRails and I've been thinking about doing the same as you. I like the added protection, especially in case of an accident.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DeJkUnlimited View Post
    Very nice! Enjoy!
    Quote Originally Posted by Zerdock View Post
    Nice build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Knight15 View Post
    Good looking Jeep

    Thanks much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Really nice story and your Jeep looks great! Funny - I feel the same way driving my Jeep - I look forward to driving it even if its a short trip. Wait til you get the chance to drive it without the doors and top on a
    hot Summer day - nothing else like it man!
    Oh, I can imagine. I'm envious of every Jeep I see riding without top and or doors or half doors. Too cool.
    Unfortunately I live in a COOP apartment and have no place to store my hardtop. (or doors for that matter) Frustrating even more is that I do my work on the Jeep in a small parking lot across the street. No one bothers me there but its not ideal.
    Thanks for your time to look and comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meljr View Post
    I like where you are going with your 17 JKUW build. Very much in character and you did your research and maybe mine too. I'm going to look into some of the products you used.

    Thanks
    Yes, I'm glad you feel that way. I've spent months looking through these forums and the first thing I learned was how much I didn't know... I'm sure you've seen this thread but just in case
    http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?2...ep-JK-Wrangler

    I've read this thing up and down, really fantastic place to start. Eddie really knows his stuff and lays it out in sensible terms.

    Having picked up so much info from others research and experience I thought it would be good to share back whatever I took and hopefully someone else can benefit.

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