Again, it has been a while since I have updated my build.
Since the last photos my new mods include the following: detriot trutracs front and rear, 4.56 ring and pinions, Tereflex D30 axle sleeves, Evo C-gussets, Cobra 75 CB, Firestick CB antenna, Cooltech LLC mount for antenna and CB, River Raider spare tire delete cover, and I have had a spider web shade trailmesh cover for some time now. Here are some photos.
By the way, all of the installations have been done by me except for the gears, sleeves, gussets, and trutracs.....when the shop had my Jeep, I was a nervous wreck LOL....I like to have work on my Jeep done right! I must say, the install shop did a fantastic job!
Here are some photos:
Testing out flex with the swaybar disco'd: very slight rubbing but nothing that will damage anything. I need to order some longer bumpstops one of these days.
Back in the swamp.
And with more mods, I think I become more invincible. Until you meet a mud hole that has two very deep ruts that cause you to sit on your axles with tires spinning freely like paddle wheels and everyone else enjoying the moment..LOL Not to mention friends racing to be the one to pull me out...so they can say they without me you'd be ****** haha!
Cooltech LLC license plate mount. Overall, it was very easy to install. Just a little bit of modifying the license plate bracket and done. I like the factory look as the only thing visible is the antenna.
Here is the Cooltech LLC CB mount. It bolts to a screw that holds the radio onto the dash. Again, I liked the factory appearance. The only wire visible is the one attached to the CB. A very clean install. Oh and yes, those are fuzzy dice hanging from the rear view mirror.
This is a picture of the following day from wheelin in Ocala National Forest. Jeep was pretty much covered with orange mud. A great trip overall.
Just got done waxing and putting back to black on the fenders.
On our last ride to the Ocala National Forest, to our luck there were two fighter jets practicing bombing runs on the range. We opened the top and watched as they flew right over us practiced doing what ever they were doing and throttled back up doing as my wife called "tricks" and back to do it again. It was an awesome sight and sound! This photo was hard to get as they were obviously traveling very fast. And by the time you heard them, they were already past you.
And because of the washing I always do to my Jeep when we get done wheelin, the Clermont Jeep Club loves to make fun of me LOL.