here you can see the rest of the wiring and how I mounted the Bully Dog power box, couple zip ties and it's out of site and you don't even notice it's there. the windshield mount is robust and strong, no bouncing around and is very rigid. Powers up when the key is on and so far everything is working really rad.
Finished my rock lights tonight! Re-wired and ran line to the rear, used some of the same aluminum brackets i used for the sides. Had to drill 2 small holes up underneath the frame crossmember and soldered the wires in to a lead power line and the result is exactly what I was hoping for! So stoked it's done! Can't wait to get more going on for my build! WOOOO! Night wheeling here I come!
what you doin with your old superchips??.....i know a guy that is interested haha (hint....hint)
If it dont fit.....force it. if it breaks.....it needed replaced anyway
Originally Posted by pineda22
Built Not Bought #640
1976ish cj5 304 t18 d20 2.5" lift
some year YJ custom frame HP D60 14 bolt 4 linked front rear FI 350 700r4 NP231c
2009 JK 4 door 2.5" lift 35" tires custom bumpers mile marker 9500# winch
Sunday ran Tiddy Springs with the Exiled crew and some new members. Had an epic day wheeling above the clouds. Jumped the jeep, all 4 off the ground 2/3ft, popped a bead, hammered the steel wheel back down, lost stubby antenna thanks to a tree branch while driving trail. Snow, Mud, Ice, and everything nice!
Today jeep got a bath. I had the bead fixed, mud and water frozen inside from bead popping, the rear driver tire was leaking air out this morning. Went to Oreillys and was able to buy a stubby antenna to replace the one that got tore off on the trail for $10, and fixed front passenger rock light by replacing it.
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