The Silver Bullet- 96 ZJ w/ 31" BFG's on Pro-Comp Rock Crawler wheels, 4 KC Daylighters on roof (2 driving, 2 long range), Custom Front Tube Bumper (Made by JFCIII), 3.5" RE Kit with all of the goodies. JKS Trackbar, Bilstein Shocks, Rancho Steering Stabilizer, Control Arms
I bought a new battery ... went with one with 850 CCA and will be installing it shortly.. as soon as i pick up some new terminals
Rusty's long arms, RE 4.5 F+R inch coils, Rusty's HD front track bar, JKS rear track bar
Rusty's shocks, Drop pitman, 265/75R16 BFGoodrich AT's, Ultra wheels, rear sway bar deleted,
Not today, but on Friday I removed the battery and made a temp bracket to stop it from sliding around as it broke the top off of my ign. coil last weekend. Cleaned the IAC and throttle body to try and eliminate my rough idle.... no good, still idles like a deisel when cold. tightened all of the suspension components after installing the IRO lift 3 weeks ago as my sway bar links and track bar had come a little loose. Then had fun installing my D30 u-joint shafts as my cv's had crapped out on me. The passenger side was completely toast and came out in two parts!!! I think my axle tube is slightly bent as I had to persuade the shaft in from the pass. side with a BFH!!! All good now though.
93 Renegade|Home made add a leaf (by PO, changing out soon)|Rancho adjustable shocks|31x15 BFG AT's|15" GT alloys|AFE Headers|Red SpiderWebShade Trail Cage|Free Sense of Adventure
Power washed the salt/sand off of it. Didn't get much of the undercarriage, but it sure does look better.
Yes, I wash my Jeep in 17* weather.
I can't wait to see how frozen shut it is tomorrow...
easy way to keep the doors and other things from freezing shut , wipe the rubber down with either WD40 or armor-all makes'em nice a pretty but keeps them oily enough not to freeze
oh i checked all the fluids and helped my son move with mine