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Unread 03-31-2011, 12:51 AM   #31
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The next few mods were relatively cheap and easy.

I picked up a Monroe Steering stabilizer from Napa for $26 and put that on my currie steering bracket.



I also picked up a 2' shovel from craftsman for $9.99, alongside some quickfist clamps for $9.99 from 4wheelparts, I drilled their hole for 5/16" bolts and put them were the stock carrier bolts were, added some edge guard around the shovel just as insurance it wouldn't rattle on the hinge.





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Unread 03-31-2011, 12:51 AM   #32
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I also scored a Raingler RPBX back net off ebay for $65 which fits from behind the soundbar, down to the seat belt mounts where you can see in this pic. Another great thing, is that it will fit across from the rear rollbars to the middle ones, effectively becoming a cargo net. Ill get some more pics of this thing soon, the quality is great.

and I installed a pair of 55Watt KC hilights 26 Series backup lights at $64, I bough them individually,from 4wheelparts, and I bought all the wire seperate because I wanted to redo my front KCs also, so about $60 in wire and crimper, relays, for the fronts and rear came out cheaper than buying the kc harnesses. I also ran 12 leads and 14 control guage wires, So I shouldn't have any more burned out wires. I also went ahead sealed up a Radioshack project box to waterproof my relays.


These things are bright, alot brighter than I expected, Im glad I have them on a toggle switch and not everytime I backup.



The splash guard for my Relays I sealed with rubber grommets at the wire holes, and siliconed the face on, but its still accesable with a screwdriver and some prying off, I ziptie mounted it for now, its not pretty, but it works fine and doesnt rattle around.
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Unread 03-31-2011, 12:52 AM   #33
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Sweet build. Quick question... when you purchased those SOLID axle diff. covers, did it comes with the plug hole or?
BTW, I enjoyed the details in your post. Keep it coming along.
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Unread 03-31-2011, 01:13 AM   #34
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I also wanted to come up with a good solution for mounting a rifle inside the vehicle while hunting that didnt take up too much trunk space. I found these KOLPIN XL RHINO GRIPS at gander mountain for about $40. Theyre plastic and rubber with a steel backing plate, and they rotate and lock in at pretty much 360 degrees by loosening big screw to rotate one way, and pulling the clip thing to rotate the other way



Once I replaced the hardware with longer 3" 1/4" grade 8 bolts they fit on the upper rollcage. Well without the rollbar padding they would fit perfect with all 4 bolts. But I didnt want to remove mine right now so I just used two bolts across each corner. Once bolted in place It held my M4 very snuggly.

Theyre no security by any means, other than Its high up, and youd have to be in the car to grab at it.




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Unread 03-31-2011, 01:16 AM   #35
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Sweet build. Quick question... when you purchased those SOLID axle diff. covers, did it comes with the plug hole or?
BTW, I enjoyed the details in your post. Keep it coming along.
Yeah I remember they did came with the Diff plugs, becuase they were bare steel and I painted the outer face to keep from rusting.
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Yeah I remember they did came with the Diff plugs, becuase they were bare steel and I painted the outer face to keep from rusting.
Thanks for the quick response. I appreciate it.
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Unread 03-31-2011, 01:47 AM   #37
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The next thing I needed to do was get a CB setup for an upcomming trail run with the TX4WD katy chapter to Bravos Valley Offroad Ranch.

I had picked up a Cobra 75 from craigslist ages ago for $60.

I recently orded a Firestik 3' Firefly antenna, firestik mount, spring and coax but they ran out of stock and cancelled the order and refunded my money.

So for the time crunch I drove to the nearest truck stop I could find and picked up a 3' firestik II antenna and mounted that on a firestik mount and cheap spring, and some cheap coax, and cheap swr, ontop of my tire carrier, which conveniently already had the 1/2" hole for it.


Actually the 3' might be alittle much for a DD. With the added height of the spring and mount, about 2' 5" is above the roofline, theres no way Im getting into any garages. So I might get a 2 foot one instead.



Well a few days later, 1 day before the trail ride, the 3' Firestik Firefly I first ordered mistakenly showed up at my door, basically a free antenna. So I decided to take it out and compare the two since Id heard of the differences but couldn't really find a good comparison of flex.

One of the first big differences is the noticeable weight and diameter difference. So the caps and screws are not interchangeable.


To test their flex I mounted them to a spot parallel and close to each other, no mount or spring, and pulled on them until they felt a decent amoutn of tension. I didnt want to damage either antenna.

Firestik II

Firestik Firefly

While not scientific by any means, I think this gives a pretty good Idea of how much of a difference it is.

note: they can flex that much in both directions, so consider whipping back and hitting the tub.

The firestik II has a longer metal nut inside it making it more rigid at the base.
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Unread 04-04-2011, 08:38 PM   #38
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joined some friends and some rigs from TX4WD katy chapter, at Brazos Valley Offroad Ranch.

I took the doors off for the first time. It took three people theyve been stuck on their good but I lubed them up and hopefully it wont happen again.

Heres the some pics

































and Heres some video highlights
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So now Im comtemplating weather I should move my license plate to to center of the tire via Rock hard's bracket and maybe some simple light-bolts to keep it legal, Im not really a big fan of Rock hard's license light or brake light. Savvy firefly where are you?

Ive got another RED KC 26 series 35watt light Im thinking about putting as a third brake light over the tire. It would have retain that stock-like appearance but way brighter. Ive just got to drill a 5/16" on the upper post on the tire carrier, no biggie. But Im feeling pretty lazy about running the wires for the relay after my last big rewiring job.

And I think some Savvy Led taillights are due for an appearance on my rig soon instead of those ugly tailight guards. I really like keeping that sleeper feel to my jeep and the savvy lights really look like the sexy lights that should have came on tjs.
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I decided I wanted to try that peelnstick as a cheap dynamat alternative that gets talked about sometimes to see if it works.

I bought just 1 roll for 16dollars and lined the inner part of my doors. Its probably the stickiest substance known to man, getting it off would take some work. I also then stuffed it with fireresistant polyfill for 5 dollars.

Between the two, it worked great. A simple knock test you can tell the acoustic difference. And now the door slams with a subtle "thump" and not a "ker-clank" and the poly fill also makes turning of the lock, and handles feel tighter and dont have as much play, because of the cushioning tension on the levers.

i might put some under the tub over the cat and muffler and see how well they do with that much heat





I also added polyfill around my speakers and it made a slight difference on the dash, and alot of difference in the soundbar.
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Went to General Sams in huntsville with three 4runners to play in the river and the mud holes.



Had the chance at a real RTI ramp but forgot to measure. Hitting the bumpstops, not the fenders, shocks almost extended, front spring dropped, thats the max useful travel I can get.









had to clean the mud outa my rotors and I decided to paint my axle as much as possible with it still underneith. Rustoleum semi-gloss engine enamel is my new favorite paint. Dries quick and looks supperb, oil and heat resistant. Might redo my corner guards in it.

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I added 2 24gallon action packers I got from lowes, they fit nicely in back for storing trail gear, couple tie downs would keep them sitting still as they fit perfectly snug to the sides, also leaving some room right in front, maybe for a folded seat, idk, I have my sub box and other things there.
I have my rear Raingler rear window net strapped to the rollbars horizontally like a deck cover. It keeps everything in in the even of a rollover, or really hard bump. I open both latches and slide the top off, theres enough stretch in the net to get things in and out.
You cant open them up or slide the whole box out with the rear window on, but thats fine. makes it harder to steal the whole boxs out.



I also removed my swaybar, and sold my jks disconnects. Going to get a currie antirock soon. Well...or A superwinch lp8500. I cant decide which to buy with my first paycheck at new summer job.
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what a piece of junk!
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I decieded to replace my leaky power steering box with a PSC reman unit with ports for hydro steering....just incase I ever sell it anyone who can afford to need hydro steering lol.
I might add a cooler later.



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So Ive got saved exactly $500 to spend this month
what do I buy next?

Superwinch LP8500
Rokmen Sliders
Spartan Locker
Savvy gastank
Currie Antirock
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