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post #136 of 6915 Old 07-09-2010, 12:17 PM
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You replaced the relay at the steering column with the correct new relay? If so, you shouldn't be having any issues unless the lights themselves are wired incorrectly or you have a bad ground. LED's need really good, solid grounds. Too loose and you'll have issues.


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post #137 of 6915 Old 07-09-2010, 12:59 PM Thread Starter
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You replaced the relay at the steering column with the correct new relay? If so, you shouldn't be having any issues unless the lights themselves are wired incorrectly or you have a bad ground. LED's need really good, solid grounds. Too loose and you'll have issues.
It could be my ground. The tail lights work fine, the brake lights work fine, it's just the blinkers that are screwing up.






So here it is stretched to 100"s, 37" Pitbull Radial Rockers, and the new TNT Hi-line Zyros bolted up:




I still need:
  • New spare Pitbull Rocker
  • Custom antenna mount
  • Trim spring perches (rubbing shocks)
  • Rear spring clamps (spring is falling off of perch on articulation)
  • Figure out blinker issue

That should wrap up this mini project. Then we'll start adding to the cage, dual batteries, seats, etc.

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post #138 of 6915 Old 07-09-2010, 01:21 PM
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Love the way your rig turned out. I was hoping i could cut my corners like that. But looks like I will be comp cutting.
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post #139 of 6915 Old 07-09-2010, 01:35 PM
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looks amazing man - you plan on doing anything with the front suspension? or just gonna keep the short arms?


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Awesome looking jeep!
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looks really good red!
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It could be my ground. The tail lights work fine, the brake lights work fine, it's just the blinkers that are screwing up.






So here it is stretched to 100"s, 37" Pitbull Radial Rockers, and the new TNT Hi-line Zyros bolted up:





I still need:
  • New spare Pitbull Rocker
  • Custom antenna mount
  • Trim spring perches (rubbing shocks)
  • Rear spring clamps (spring is falling off of perch on articulation)
  • Figure out blinker issue
That should wrap up this mini project. Then we'll start adding to the cage, dual batteries, seats, etc.

Jay,

I have the flasher module you need.

Trim the spring perch.

Just get some limit straps to solve your springs from falling out. They will save your shocks.

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Man that looks SO good! Do you plan on filling in that gap between the rocker and the rear quarter armor with something black? (silicon or paint).

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post #144 of 6915 Old 07-10-2010, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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Jay,

I have the flasher module you need.

Trim the spring perch.

Just get some limit straps to solve your springs from falling out. They will save your shocks.

Gerald
Thanks Gerald! I'll PM you credit card info for the module, can I get limit straps from you as well?



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Man that looks SO good! Do you plan on filling in that gap between the rocker and the rear quarter armor with something black? (silicon or paint).
Thanks man! Yes, I will probably just paint the gap, I just haven't gotten to that yet. My goal was to get it drivable by today because I think we are headed out to some rocks this afternoon.

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Nice looking TJ. Uwharrie isnt the best place to test out your rig from my experiences. You should tag along with us to Harlan KY in 3 weeks

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You are my inspiration for purchasing a Jeep when I return to the states. I read every post in this thread with more excitement than a teenager who found out how to DL free pornography. I feel like I witnessed the birth of a child and then watched that child mature into a respectable man. Your jeep is much to envy and I will use this thread as a guide to building my jeep, of course, I will respect your personal style and not copy your aesthetics.

Anyway, Bravo.
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I'm currently looking for a rear tire carrier and was wondering How happy you are with yours? I like the look of them. How much of a PITA is it to open and close it? And do you think it will work with psc corners? Thanks.
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You are my inspiration for purchasing a Jeep when I return to the states. I read every post in this thread with more excitement than a teenager who found out how to DL free pornography. I feel like I witnessed the birth of a child and then watched that child mature into a respectable man. Your jeep is much to envy and I will use this thread as a guide to building my jeep, of course, I will respect your personal style and not copy your aesthetics.

Anyway, Bravo.
Hell of a compliment man, thanks!

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I'm currently looking for a rear tire carrier and was wondering How happy you are with yours? I like the look of them. How much of a PITA is it to open and close it? And do you think it will work with psc corners? Thanks.
I love the look and the function of the Gen-Right rear stinger, but with a 37" tire, it is really heavy. Also, it completely blocks your rear view. So if you can deal with that, then I don't think there is a better option. However, losing your rearview is a pretty big deal, so you have to be willing to make that sacrifice.

Still lots to do, but again, it is drivable. Here are a couple more shots-





Once I get the rear spare on (wheel + tire will equal roughly 120lbs), it will drop the back down so there isn't a rake.


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Jay, that thing looks SEXY! I look forward to seeing it on the trails around NC

How do you like the Racelines? Any balancing problems with them at hwy speeds?

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Wow truely a great build!

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