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Unread 06-06-2013, 11:52 PM   #16
broadz
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2001 WJ 
 
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Morwell, Vic, AUS
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Top trim panel complete, ready for the custom laser cut 2mm steel grille (with Jeep logo cut into it)
I also added the 18mm routered floor and opted for 50mm pine bracing in the centre instead of steel. This thing is damn strong without the need for steel. I also used a 10mm roundover bit to smooth the corners over a bit more. 4x 18mm ribs in the outer perimeter slow the turbulance inside the circular shape enclosure a little bit. Hopefully this will cancel out some of the inherit design flaws of a cylinder enclosure.
I'm still not happy with it: I've changed my mind and the grille will now be circular (not square) so tomorrow, I'll re-do the top panel and redesign the custom 2mm steel grille to be round instead of square






Strength test: 85kg on top... PASS





Also, It seems the Jeep has multiplied.. This one is an '03 Grand Cherokee Overland so it has the nicer Leather/Alcantara trim, sunroof, quadradrive, rock sliders and the more powerful 190kw engine. I've just picked this up for my mate who is currently overseas and will be returning in a couple of weeks.




It seems my family have a Jeep Problem, Jeeps have multiplied again


The burgundy one is my dad's new daily driver, a '00 V8 Grand Cherokee Limited, in absolute mint condition: 1 elderly owner, garaged it's entire life and never driven on a dirt road.
What must my neighbours be thinking :/


small flex:



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Unread 02-11-2014, 03:38 PM   #17
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updates: 2" coil lift, MOPAR bulbar currently being modded to suit winch plate, 22" light bar, GME UHF radio






New subs, different install:
Phoenix Gold TI2 10"


Alpine single din 7" motorised screen headunit IVA 511E



Driveway full of jeeps
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Unread 02-11-2014, 03:57 PM   #18
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WOW!! That subwoofer setup in the back is AWESOME! Does the carpeted cover affect sound at all? And that green ZJ looks SOO clean.....
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Edit: Wishing everything worked as it should
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