Probably not intentional, but those first two pictures look like oil paintings. I like the effect.
EDIT: Uh, I mean on post #8.
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1994 YJ, 4.0L HO, AX15, np231, 31" tires, hardtop, 3.07 gears, trailmaster lift (4.5"?)
Yep, it was changed by the dealer before I bought it and it is still amber in color, not milky.
also do not forget to clean the mechanicals of your Jeep after deep mud baths, or you can start kissing wheel bearings, brakes, Ujoints, pulleys, TREs, balljoints, oils, and sensors goodbye.
I learned this the hard way, spent the first year getting my Jeep filthy and mud drenched every other weekend, after a year of that, I began to have loads of problems, and ended up replacing a lot of parts because I didn't keep it clean afterward.
The Jeep now gets washed before I head home after every trip, and I haven't had any real issues since I began doing that 2~3 years ago, although sometimes I leave the mud on the outside for a few weeks to show off
Jeep garage: 2011 Jeep Wrangler JK - 33" BFG KM2s, 2.5" RC BB, ARB bumper, IPF 900XS, Superwinch EPI 9.0, AEV Snorkel 1995 Jeep Wrangler - 4 cyl, 2.5" lift, BFG AT 30s, Ford 8.8, SYE+CV, AX15 swap, ARB snorkel, Aussie locker + loads more - sold 1978 Jeep CJ-7 - 304 V8, TH400 auto and quadratrac 2007 Jeep Liberty - Mother's Jeep, BFG ATs and....mud?
Your looks just like mine did when I got it. I have done most of the mod's that you are looking into. Keep posting ?? about different companies and items you will get great feed back as to whats works best, and whom to stay away from.
I can quit drinking anytime I want, but hey I'm no quitter :)
WHAT A YJ!
... and for $4,000?!?!? ... It's unbelievable!!!
I payed the DOUBLE of that for mine.
It sure has a lot of extras ... but it is NOT in that condition.
And those interiors!!!?! ... beautyfull bro!
PD: Mine's 4" tall... And I wouldn't dare get into that pond like u did.... You never know what's/where's the bottom of those... until you need to unroll ur winch.
Just picked up a set of 33x12.50x15 Dayton Timberline A/T tires for $344. They are literally brand new and still smell like fresh rubber. And whats even better is that the guy I bought them from owns his own shop and told me he would mount and balance them for free!