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Unread 01-28-2011, 08:46 PM   #31
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When I get back from sea
I hear that. I'm out right now (in port in Houston) and all i can think about is work that needs to be done on the Jeep when i get back.

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Unread 02-19-2011, 04:19 AM   #32
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I hear that. I'm out right now (in port in Houston) and all i can think about is work that needs to be done on the Jeep when i get back.
Yeah it's easy to dream and plan projects while I'm out for two weeks. Getting stuff done and spending money when I'm home is a little tougher.

Update. While I was home last time I tightened down my sway bar end links with everything still mounted. Just turned the wheel out and reached behind with an adjustable wrench and socket. Cured my noise and clunk immediately!! Guess it just needed re-torqued with all the weight on it.

Got some fresh snow the night before at my parents place in central PA. Took her out wheeling a little in some fields and my folks dirt trail mountain driveway. Awesome! The lift and tires were great. Prob around 1.5' of heavy snow and even pushing my luck a little I never came close to getting stuck. 4low looks like it'll just be for moral support now. Took my folks for a ride and scared the crap out of them. Had a bunch of vibration on the hwy on my way back to Baltimore that made me worried I'd gone and f'ed something up to give me death wobble. Stopped at a gas station and cleared the packed snow out of the wheels and all is well. I'm a happy camper!

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Unread 02-19-2011, 04:32 AM   #33
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Headed to Philly for crew change early the other morning and the clunk is back now there seems to be more squeak to the noise and its more even side to side as opposed to passenger side before. Really cold out recently, think it just needs retightened again or do I need to replace my bushings? Also could it maybe be sway bar frame bushings? What kind of grease do you lube them with. I might just get all new bushings a grease them up well since I suspect the cold weather is what's binding the old bushings and working things loose. Any insights???

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Unread 02-19-2011, 05:12 AM   #34
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Cool news! I was on KBB.com looking up my buddy's new trailblazer so I went ahead and punched in my Overland now that I've had her about 8 months and 6k miles. $19,350 suggested dealer retail!!!! I know that the dealer price is pretty unrealistic but damn!! I only paid $11k for her a year ago. Even at the poor condition private seller price I come out $5k ahead and it's not in poor condition. How many folks on here do you think have equity in their Jeep?

On another great note I've come across a set of 2011 JK Moabs I'm picking up when I get home. I've been debating the idea of trying to paint my Chrome Clad Rogue wheels black cuz I can't stand the chrome but I know that painting over the chrome will ultimately look like crap. Plus they're $600 a piece from Mopar rims that I'm sure someone would love. Honestly I think the Rogue rims have the nicest lines of any stock ones just wish they were black. So I will have 6, yeah 6, 17" x 7.5" 5 x 5 lug Chrome Clad 2004 Overland rims for sale. 2 are in near perfect condition. The spare and the one I picked up online. The other 4 are in really good condition with no pealing major scratches or rock rash at all. I'm looking to get $250 a piece for the excellent ones $200 for the really good ones or $1000 for the 5 best. The cheapest I could find these online is $489 a piece at justforjeeps.com without the $28 center caps. http://www.justforjeeps.com/20grchrochcl.html If you know anyone looking for these please send them my way.

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Unread 02-19-2011, 10:58 AM   #35
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I'm shooting for an overland/expedition style rig. I'm not gonna be doing any rock crawling or extreme mud bogging. I want a camping/beach/long-haul/roadtrip vehicle while still maintaining my comfortable daily driver. --- They type of vehicle that can comfortably do 12hrs on the highway and then pull off into the hills to provide a base camp where the senior citizens in their RV's wouldn't dare tread.
I built my Dub up for this very same purpose so I am eager to see what you come up with!! I really like what you did with your front grille. It looks badass!!! You should check out the wrangler Duratracs to go along with those Moabs ... I drive a ton to chase snow and have put over 10k highway on them since purchasing them in early December... They are really smooth on the road and I have yet to loose traction even in the snow!!
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Unread 02-19-2011, 11:29 AM   #36
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I built my Dub up for this very same purpose so I am eager to see what you come up with!! I really like what you did with your front grille. It looks badass!!! You should check out the wrangler Duratracs to go along with those Moabs ... I drive a ton to chase snow and have put over 10k highway on them since purchasing them in early December... They are really smooth on the road and I have yet to loose traction even in the snow!!
Thanks man. I've seen your rig on here a few times and I definitely like the look. I wanted black but got a deal I couldn't pass up on the silver. As a consolation I'm blacking out everything else. Nice to see someone feels same as me on the style of rig use. Honestly I'd love to build up a monster trail rig and go drag it across ever boulder I find but my WJs just too pretty and necessary for me to dash it on the rocks. I'd love a rubicon for that but that's what I have buddies for. I can spot, ride shotgun, and even take few trails while he picks up the bill for destroyed stuff and I ride home in style.
Thanks for the tip in the tires. They look badass. However I just mounted my new Bridgestone dueler revo's so barring any disaster or disappointment I should be set for a while.
Next on the list is getting these wheels painted and mounted, cure my clunk/squeak for good, V3 projectors, roof rack( probably ROLA), power inverter(Apollo your system looks great, may need your expertise). Plenty of odds and ends; fire extinguisher, maglight mount, recovery and emergency gear. On and on.

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Unread 02-19-2011, 11:56 AM   #37
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Thanks man. I've seen your rig on here a few times and I definitely like the look. I wanted black but got a deal I couldn't pass up on the silver. As a consolation I'm blacking out everything else. Nice to see someone feels same as me on the style of rig use. Honestly I'd love to build up a monster trail rig and go drag it across ever boulder I find but my WJs just too pretty and necessary for me to dash it on the rocks. I'd love a rubicon for that but that's what I have buddies for. I can spot, ride shotgun, and even take few trails while he picks up the bill for destroyed stuff and I ride home in style.
Thanks for the tip in the tires. They look badass. However I just mounted my new Bridgestone dueler revo's so barring any disaster or disappointment I should be set for a while.
Next on the list is getting these wheels painted and mounted, cure my clunk/squeak for good, V3 projectors, roof rack( probably ROLA), power inverter(Apollo your system looks great, may need your expertise). Plenty of odds and ends; fire extinguisher, maglight mount, recovery and emergency gear. On and on.

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Thanks bro!! I put some bridgestone dueler AT's on my moms WJ when I was driving that and they were really nice tires!! They lasted through quite a few cross country road trips(Chicago to San Fransisco, Chicago to Jackson Wy, and numerous trips from Chicago to Beaver Creek/Breck/Vail CO) with no problems so I have no complaints on them. Its definitely crazy how many little things there are to get for a solid rig... Even with the majority of my build done, I still have a handful of little things that I wanna change or add... LOL!!! As a matter of fact Im waiting to go pick her up right now from getting her new Train horn kit installed... Its endless I swear!!!
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Unread 02-20-2011, 09:08 AM   #38
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Next on the list is getting these wheels painted and mounted, cure my clunk/squeak for good, V3 projectors, roof rack( probably ROLA), power inverter(Apollo your system looks great, may need your expertise). Plenty of odds and ends; fire extinguisher, maglight mount, recovery and emergency gear. On and on.

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Sure man any questions ask on my build thread or the write up. As for the fire extinguisher, had you tired sticking it next to the seat? that what i did. Doesn't move yet easy access.
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Unread 02-20-2011, 10:50 AM   #39
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Sure man any questions ask on my build thread or the write up. As for the fire extinguisher, had you tired sticking it next to the seat? that what i did. Doesn't move yet easy access.
Thanks man sounds good. That's a good idea on the extinguisher placement. Seen most guys mount it in the back but if ever need it you'll need it quick.

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Unread 02-20-2011, 11:20 AM   #40
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Yeah i put it there cause at first i was worried about the inverter. But no problems at all so far. While i've been gone i know my dad has run 400w on it for hrs with it not melting anything
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Unread 03-20-2011, 01:01 PM   #41
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Been a little while, not much going on. I've got credit card debt that takes precedence over the jeep. I did pick up my Moab's. They look great! Such incredible shape I considered leaving them factory finish but need to stick to my partial black out plan.
Sanded the rims down really well. Used 220 grit and was thorough (4hrs). Even on the simple lines of the Moab's there's so many nooks and crannies that need attention. I cleaned them really well and hit them with Rustoleum self etching primer. Wondering if I shouldve taped off the bead and inside, oh well.

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Unread 03-20-2011, 01:09 PM   #42
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Looks awesome, I'm excited to see how they turn out.
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Unread 03-20-2011, 01:50 PM   #43
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For the black I used Rustoleum gloss automotive paint. Should be pretty strong and easy to touch up without a clear coat. My neighborhood is parallel parking so I'll just plan on touching up curb marks from time to time. My grille was looking rough after the winter. Lots of nicks and chips in the paint so I hit that as well. I put down a lot of thick coats to try and cover up the spots but they're still visible up close. May just have to do some serious sanding to even the nick shadows if it bothers me too much. From 3 ft away it's hardly noticeable.
Didn't sand after the primer. Not sure if I'm supposed to, seems like it would defeat the purpose of self etching. The Rustoleum covers pretty well, there's just a lot of different angles that need to be hit so it took some time. Definitely never going back to Krylon. I'm pretty satisfied with the outcome so far. The coverage looks great. Still needs a sanding and final coat but that'll have to be after I get back from 3 weeks at sea. Gonna be warmer anyway. I'm happy with the look. Nice and mean looking like a coat of black paint made tough wheels look angry! Definitely over the sick feeling of ruining beautiful new wheels. Since I can't change my silver paint for the murdered out look I've decided my semi black out will be called Manslaughtered out!

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Looks awesome, I'm excited to see how they turn out.
Thanks man. I know it's been done before but it just felt like the exact look my Overland needed.

I also picked up some Rustoleum bedliner to redo the sliders. I used VHT chassis paint the first time and it's held up very well just doesn't have that pop that I'd like. Prob gonna use it on my lower front fascia plastic skid trim thingy as well. Painted it the same time as the grille but has taken a lot of abuse from road debris and looks pretty rough. Also need to pull my bumper and do the tow hooks. They're actually chrome plated and pealing so I'll need to wire wheel those. How's everyone reattaching the bumper to wheel well after removing the plastic rivets? I know they're not reusable.

Also planning on pulling all the badges and chrome door trim to black it out or possibly leave off depending on how it looks when I take them off. You just use 3M tape to reattach right? With the black on silver scheme I think it'll look badass and a little unique with black badges but we'll see.

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Unread 03-20-2011, 02:12 PM   #45
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I'm not exciting sure who's WJ it was, but someone here had custom made black emblems made for their WJ to take the place of the OEM chrome finished ones. I think it would looks great on your WJ with the black grill and new wheels. I'm going to try and find the build thread.
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