don't drive away with your wrench and socket still on that. you'll lose tools that way.
Originally Posted by wtb300
It's his passenger side motor mount lol, boy does that look fun.
Originally Posted by tucsonzj
yea that blows
6 hrs of fun , i need air tools !
Originally Posted by 98ZJLTD
You're better off changing both motor mounts and the trans mount at the same time otherwise the new one is just going to wear out again since the other two are still old and more than likely just as worn out.
Nice! All 3 of my mounts were of the 2 piece variety when I change them as well lol
98 ZJ Limited- NP231 swap, IRO 4.5 inch Springs, Hydro Shocks, IRO adjustable double shear track bar, JKS quick discos 33x12.50 Kumho Road Venture MT on 15x8 D windows with 3.75 inch BS
My build thread- [url]http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f197/98zjltds-build-thread-1557637/[/url]
TYCs are probably the best you're going to get without getting OEM replacements or glass housings. Be glad that's what you overpaid for.
On topic, I attempted to do a cowl intake then realized the filter I bought wasn't going to fit inside the cowl. I gave up, returned everything (filters, PVC, hole saw), and "aligned" my Jeep. I got the steering wheel almost perfectly straight now and my toe was out slightly. I have it almost perfect, maybe pointed ever so slightly in now. Toe in is better than toe out if it's not perfect.
You do realize that TYC produces 70% of the factory headlights and tail lights out there.. Toyota... Mopar... Some GM ... Mazda... Nissan.. Not in all models.. But all these companies use tyc housings
2 ZJ's, 2 XJ's, 1 cheromanche project half complete.. next a crew cab comanche i think.