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    Congrats


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    Awesome!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    The after looks a lot better imo


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    Thank you Sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Looks great! Any progress on the 7?


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    Thanks! Actually it's a 5, but to answer your question... progress is slow. Having a new house and two Jeeps causes all of them to not get quite enough attention. First world problems for sure.

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    Very nice! Congrats!


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    Congrats


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    Awesome!


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    Thanks, I appreciate it!

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    The UNWANTED Mod

    Less than 1500 miles and I already need a new windshield. Apparently, the extra lean on the windshield frame does not improve the aerodynamics enough to lessen rock chip incidents.

    My irritated and non-scientific opinion aside, the bigger hassle is none of the glass places have it yet because it is so new. They have to order it directly from a dealership.

    This will take somewhere between 5 days and two weeks. After it comes in, then I can set an appointment.

    It's not the end of the world, but I did want to take it to California to see some family this weekend, but it's a pain to look out of because the crack is right in the line of sight.

    I keep getting blinded when the sun hits it just right or when it's dark and headlights glare across it. Looks like we take the wife's family truckster instead.

    In better news, my LOD sliders are showing a delivery date of Thursday from FedEx. So, sweet!

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    Wow mines crack exact same place and it was in the first week didn’t quit make it to the other side of windshield. but that’s crazy I’ll take a pic later looks like the same crack


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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteMetal View Post
    Hey, our cracks look alike!

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    LOD sliders

    The LOD sliders came today. Packaged very nicely and in perfect condition. Super easy install, less than an hour.
    There are still 3 holes I need to drill, but these things are very solid as is. For street use, you don't even need the extra holes. It will easily hold the weight of a big boy.
    Other than the extra holes it's an easy bolt on and they are a bit different than the JK ones install wise.
    I would highly recommend to anyone and definitely do the powdercoat if you want it in black. It looks really good and no one else is going to be able to do it for only $20 extra dollars.

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    Bestop

    This is at the top of my list when it comes out this fall. Loved the fast back on my JK (and my original CJ). This is even nicer.
    The video shows that the Sunrider portion is better and the rear panels go on and off really easy. Bestop makes great stuff.
    May do the soft half doors and uppers too for top down weather. They look good as well, though not much different than the JK ones.

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    Knew it wouldn't take long. I love that top but hated trying to use the rear cargo area lol. I had to unzip all the time. I'd still buy it again and again.

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