IRO 6.5" lift, IRO Front long arms, rear iro adj upper a arm and adj rear lower, custom 4x4 fab front bumper, rough country winch, 15" crager soft 8's, procomp 35-12.50 tire, fenders trimmed KOR light bar, malone roof rack
Well, I think I'm going to put the KMA bumpers up for sale since I'm probably going to have EOR build me some bumpers that have A LOT better approach and departure angles. At least get an LSR front and Protofab rear. Don't know what I'm going to do with the LF240s now...
Don't really know right now. I might sell them because I'd rather have a set of LF170s because I really had no idea how massive the 240s were going to be. Hell, I might end up with a 10" Rigid LED bar to save some room and still get nice light output.
So right now, its either sell the entire LF240 HID kit or sell the lights by themselves and keep the ballasts and run LF170 HIDs. But I'll definitely entertain the idea of selling the kit right now...
So I've been fighting with my Yellow Top here lately. Since the WJ isn't started very often the battery has obviously died. I've jumped it off a few times to drive the Jeep around every so often, but the Jeep doesn't want to idle or the the radio doesn't want to stay on. The voltage indicator jumps all over the place while I'm driving it around. Pulled the battery last weekend and put a multimeter to it...6.2 volts. Not good. Put my Battery Tender charger to it and the charger said it was charging. I come back this weekend and the battery still reads 6.0 volts. I figured I'd be getting a new battery. Then I found this gem of an article:
Still waiting on my lockers. I guess they didn't really ship out on Presidents day or else they would have been here by now, even with ground shipping. I'm also still waiting to hear back from EOR about a build quote. Called them three time this weekend without anyone answering...must be super busy over there. So I guess I'll try again this week.
Ya, that is the 40". Let me know. And here some more shots, some of the duallys. I got those for my rear bumper.
I also got amber covers that snap on very securely for heavy snow/heavy dust situations to improve visibility. Here are pics with one of the covers in place, and general pics of the 40" e series main light bar.
This next shot shows the lighting effect of snapping the cover on, vs the native color output