Finally got the trans back in and bolted up (after doing a clutch and having the trans rebuilt)
Changed my oil
Worked on getting the VDP soundpods mounted and wired (I gave up, they still don't look right)
Then drove it to the store with no top in 25° weather... hahahaha it was about a 15 min drive ...
I haven't driven the jeep in about 3 weeks and I had really bad withdrawal
I assume you are asking me? If so, the answer is yes. The threads on the seats match up directly with the holes on the stock risers. The seats sat back too far for me, so I put a couple of old u-bolt nuts between the risers and the seats in the back. The stock Cavalier bolts are plenty long enough. Now they sit perfectly. Oh and it's great to have the recline function, and to move the top of the seats forward reach the back.
White '94 YJ 2.5L 5 speed, 35" BFGs KM2's, 5" lift, Mark VII 2 speed fan, Milemarker PE8000, Front Aussie Locker, Power steering conversion, '98 Cavalier seats, MORE Boomerangs in front, 136 amp ZJ alternator, JB conversions SYE, Tom Woods custom drive shaft, 8.8 with ARB, 4.88 gear ratio, Teralow
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I have the CLEAR one
You gonna spray yours black?
I'll probably just leave it like it is for a wile (I made it out of stainless, so I don't have to worry about rust). assumeing I can find a new hood and windshield frame this winter, I'm hoping to repaint the jeep in the spring. but, yes, when I eventuailly get around to painting it, it will most likely be black.
Today I am installing the custom seat covers I bought from Wet Okle. They are black with a camouflage pattern on the inside. One of the patterns in the camo match the "spice" color of my top and the inside of the Jeep is black, so they look real nice so far. They're made out of wet-suit material and claimed to be waterproof, so I am hoping they are also "dust" proof.
Wet Okle claims they are custom fit to my stock 93' YJ high-back seats, but I am having to make some modifications to the seat bottoms so the cover straps will fit underneath without catching on the seat sliders.
I also have a new Speed-Glass unbreakable windshield, but I am going to have that professionally installed.
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This morning, the "Brown truck" delivered my package from Quadratec...woo-hoo!
By midafternoon I installed a pair of grab handles & matching neoprene handle covers. By evening, I had a pair of tow hooks(they sent me chrome, oh well) on the front bumper...at least it matches the foglights wifee gave me a couple of X-Mas's ago. Now I'm ready to pull out a stuck snow-bunny!