nice jeep, it is progressing along like they seem to do, continually transforming..lol nice job on the gauge mount. looks clean. i wanted to do the same thing, now i know i will do that for 1 of my gauges when i get to it.
Originally Posted by CCJ
Jesus. This is what heaven on 4 wheels looks like.
Originally Posted by Deacon
Hospital? What, are you suffering from Overextended Jeepaphelia or something? :)
I've never been poor, only broke. Poor is a state of mind. Broke is a condition brought on by Jeep ownership and a heavy right foot.
2006 Unlimited Redicon Panda Edition
RRI Long Arm...14" Fox CO's Front and Rear...D60 KP Front and D60 FF Rear... 5.38s spooled...40" Maxxis Trepadors...
6.1 HEMI...Atlas 5.1
I used 6.5" alpines in the soundbar. Now I need to get the all digital Alpine head unit along with the Alpine mini amp that mates right up under the dash for premium performance.
I had to use the adapter rings to make the 6.5" speakers work in the original holes. But I did trim off all of those mounting fingers that look like crap.
What a friggin pain in the a$$ it was to have to get out and disconnect if I saw a pile I wanted to play on, no more!
I've been wanting to get rid of my brake light towering over my 35" tire. It cut down the little view that I had. I was going to mount the new light on top of my CB antenna pole mount which would just put it even with the top of the tire. 3-4" lower than what I had. But, came up with a much better and kinda stealth location. Since I have the MT Classic 2 wheels with the large holes in the rims I thought why not mount it hidden inside the rim and backlight all the holes to look like one giant brake light. After trying a few heights I ended up lining it up with the top hole so you can really see it. this unit is one that the police use in their cruisers so some of you know how bright that is. It comes with about 30 different flash patterns. There's no missing this light, holy crap! Gonna take it out tonight to see if I get the finger from anyone.....
And that's in the sunshine!
On a festive note, my son designs/draws houses. His wife's office was having a charity contest to see who could build the best gingerbread house using the SAME kit. Here's what they did to be different. Call it the "Ripleys believe it or not"house, after the one in Orlando, Fl. That was built upside down on the outside.
I like the stickers because they make her different to the other ships ..... ääähm ..... Jeep´s
Driving around it's funny to watch a lot of people reading the "B L A C K B O O T Y " as there mouthing the words, (you can read their lips) then a giant smile immediately follows. I love the reactions.