Wish I could buy some tires. need to do my fluids also. Might have them check that out while its in the shop. hit something in the trail a while back and rear door lil fender part is pushed in a bit. Hope they can get it right for me.
Well yeah, if one blows out you obviously don't need to replace all 4. I'm saying that because of all the people I see that replace just their front tires on their cars before winter, ignorant to how important your rear tires really are, even in a FWD vehicle. I guess it may not directly apply to our Jeeps, but it is important.
Trimmed the front fenders and checked the flex, high-lift all the way lifted and the tire still on the ground. I might be wrong but i dont really see a need to trim the rear. i looked all over lowes home depot and trator supply for somthing to cover the sharp edges and make the cut look clean could not find nothing decide to go to auto part store to pick up a can of undercoating to cover the pinch seem i hammed flat and found this Was gonna have to settle with BLING chrome, then i found black and was like score
Well my Jeep told me good morning all bright and early as the oil pressure sending unit broke in half and sent oil everywhere. Making me fix it in the parking lot at work.
But I now have front and rear adj. trackbars, steering stabilizer, rear upper adj. control arm, extended brake lines, and my rims. Just waiting on the rest of the control arms, shocks, springs and tires.
97 4.0 ZJ All adjustable JKS CA's, TB's, and Disco's, Rancho Stabilizer, Full-Traction Springs.