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Unread 07-28-2014, 09:51 PM   #33796
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Hey, didn't McCloud own a Lexus one time?

I'd rock an SC400.

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Unread 07-28-2014, 09:52 PM   #33797
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You know this is a jeep forum not a lexus forum right?
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Oooh!!! Siiick buuuuurn!!!!

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Speaking if RTV and ricerism, you're gonna get real mad when I put my chrome diff cover(s?) on.

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suddenly my 15 '' subwoofer in a 5 cubic foot box tuned to 25.5 hz isnt so bad

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When I did my rear diff gasket I used black rtv and didn't have time to let it cure, it held for about 2 months and started leaking again. When I did my front diff I used black rtv and let it cute for an hour or so and it still leaked after. Maybe I just suck
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Unread 07-28-2014, 10:09 PM   #33798
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suddenly my 15 '' subwoofer in a 5 cubic foot box tuned to 25.5 hz isnt so bad
Dude, do you even have hearing left? You're already in a giant speaker box, that's just overkill! Badass, but still overkill. Get ready for the tinnitus to start setting in haha
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Unread 07-28-2014, 10:15 PM   #33799
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right on, doesn't sound all that bad ---- sure will make a nice project out of it, well unless i screw up
Yeah, it's pretty easy, just slow going when you get to scraping all the old stuff off. Maybe 40 min to take out and put back in. I took a regular house broom for most and then a tile floor scrub brush for the fine work to get the headliner clean. Easy as can be. then some blasts from the air compressor to clean it up before spraying it and off ya go. Hardest part is picking out the material haha
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Unread 07-28-2014, 10:58 PM   #33800
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Yeah, it's pretty easy, just slow going when you get to scraping all the old stuff off. Maybe 40 min to take out and put back in. I took a regular house broom for most and then a tile floor scrub brush for the fine work to get the headliner clean. Easy as can be. then some blasts from the air compressor to clean it up before spraying it and off ya go. Hardest part is picking out the material haha
Only saw 2 different color with the eBay kits, will research some more....unless I just want to go same as is now, which probably will he best option unless they have materials that look like nice blue sky with some clouds
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Unread 07-29-2014, 12:13 AM   #33801
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Thinking its time to duct tape the headliner a bit, with open window is getting worse..... Any of you guys re-do your own? Looking into some options now but figured maybe someone here has some input....
I've done two. Joanne Fabrics sells headliner material and there's some specific 3M spray glue to use... Can't remember type but here's the video I watched on YouTube
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I liked the look of wrapping the headliner around the board and glueing and taping it. If you have a sunroof, the done light has two screws under the lenses. Pop those out with a flat head screw driver, then the unit slides out to the front or rear.
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Unread 07-29-2014, 12:26 AM   #33802
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Dude, do you even have hearing left? You're already in a giant speaker box, that's just overkill! Badass, but still overkill. Get ready for the tinnitus to start setting in haha
its not that loud you can only feel it in your vehicle if im right next to you and at the moment its only getting 400 watts rms! but soon i am getting a 900 watt rms amp so it can be just as loud with the gain turned down

might be up grading to a wall at the c pillar and 3 15 '' subs soon there is never enough bass
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Unread 07-29-2014, 12:37 AM   #33803
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I've done two. Joanne Fabrics sells headliner material and there's some specific 3M spray glue to use... Can't remember type but here's the video I watched on YouTube
http://youtu.be/Vd1BCFRJUHI

I liked the look of wrapping the headliner around the board and glueing and taping it. If you have a sunroof, the done light has two screws under the lenses. Pop those out with a flat head screw driver, then the unit slides out to the front or rear.
Was thinking about that and that I wanted to go around the edges and fold over, that way it wouldn't be doing what it is now, with wind hitting it it moves it up.... Will try to watch the video on computer tomorrow, does not work on phone..... Also, you recommend going with a store like joaanes fabrics vs the eBay headliner materials?

And no sunroof, so one thing out the way....
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Unread 07-29-2014, 06:43 AM   #33804
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its not that loud you can only feel it in your vehicle if im right next to you and at the moment its only getting 400 watts rms! but soon i am getting a 900 watt rms amp so it can be just as loud with the gain turned down

might be up grading to a wall at the c pillar and 3 15 '' subs soon there is never enough bass
What's bass?

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Unread 07-29-2014, 08:48 AM   #33805
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What's bass?







these are bass
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Unread 07-29-2014, 10:38 AM   #33806
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Was thinking about that and that I wanted to go around the edges and fold over, that way it wouldn't be doing what it is now, with wind hitting it it moves it up.... Will try to watch the video on computer tomorrow, does not work on phone..... Also, you recommend going with a store like joaanes fabrics vs the eBay headliner materials?

And no sunroof, so one thing out the way....
The joanns fabric here has over 200 styles of cloth patterns; tie dye, camo, solids, polka dots, zebra stripes, animal faux furs, etc. It's one of their bigger stores tho, this is retiree central where i live haha
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Unread 07-29-2014, 10:40 AM   #33807
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these are bass
I just took mine out a little while ago. Blew out the plexy on my bandpass box plus i needed the space. Gonna see about making a slim box and cram my crappy 12" back in there
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Unread 07-29-2014, 10:58 AM   #33808
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I love my bass. Problem is, it's gotta stay small in the ZJ so I can easily remove it for wheeling. My box in my car is rather permanently mounted where it's at.
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Unread 07-29-2014, 11:05 AM   #33809
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The joanns fabric here has over 200 styles of cloth patterns; tie dye, camo, solids, polka dots, zebra stripes, animal faux furs, etc. It's one of their bigger stores tho, this is retiree central where i live haha
yeah, i might try to find a store like that.... be nice to see it in person when picking out
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Unread 07-29-2014, 01:41 PM   #33810
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Not to my ZJ but to my account here.. Tried updating my signature again... Is the 100 character limit only to the free accounts or are they all locked super small like that? Was there any special reason why they did that?
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