I'm extremely happy with them, they were very easy to set on my spare tire and took about 5 minutes total to set all 4. I've aired down a few times with them to double check they work properly and they're pretty accurate IMO, all within 1/2psi, which is fine with me. I pulled one apart to show you guys the build quality, all solid brass, I'm happy with them for the price and suggest anyone looking at the $15 'keychain deflaters' at the local 4x4 shop to just spend the extra $10 on these
And I did get a 35" spare fit where the stock should be. Can't use the factory mount, used a ratchet strap obviously. It rubs the gate pretty good, but I have no air in the tire so its not bad.
So I got the rear bumper done. As some of you know, I wanted this one
I ended up with something I'm 100% happy with for once, there wasn't anything I wish I would've changed, and nothing I don't like. Its rare because I'm extremely picky about things, but I'm very proud of this. I ended up getting the cut corners further up than the ones in that pic I tried to copy, and ended up having to clearance about 4-5" of the floorpan out of the hatch, but it was well worth it IMO.
Mounts are 2.5"x2.5" 1/4" angle iron, with a bunch of mounts on bottom and side (with frame rails plated on both). Main tubing across back is 3x3, tow hooks are 3"x6" 1" plate, and the rest is all 1/4".
Well I'm kinda undecided on these at the moment. I have the pieces you see and the actual tails plus the trailer wiring harness for them, I'd just sell them outright if you wanted these. I have the mounting brackets about done just just need positioned and welded together and everything painted and installed.
I think I'm going to cut the hatch floor and move the tank up next, get it even with the bottom of the frame rails
Ya those are deff. sick. If you have the money to get them i would get them. Everything else on the zj is the way you want it so why not have the seats the way you want them.
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.0L : 172,xxx miles, IRO 3.5" F>R lift, IRO Adjustable Control Arms, IRO Adjustable Track Bars, 31" Goodyear Wrangler Authority on Cragar V5's, Pavement Pounder until I get out of college :( ...Built Not Bought #650
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