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Unread 06-09-2013, 06:26 PM   #16
myfirstjeep1
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Right from the dealer. When I get them I'm going to have to disassemble them to make them water right and reliable . A how to may be made.

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Unread 06-09-2013, 06:28 PM   #17
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I like your projector retrofit. I was thinking about doing the same. I was going to have bixenon fog, and bixenon driving. I would have the fog bixenon high activate with the driving high. Mega output
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Unread 06-09-2013, 06:38 PM   #18
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I like your projector retrofit. I was thinking about doing the same. I was going to have bixenon fog, and bixenon driving. I would have the fog bixenon high activate with the driving high. Mega output
Deff mega out put. Both of mine are bixenon but I need to get the converter to hook the brights up in the fogs. Make sure you have a good while to it, it's not a project to be rushed through. My buddy who does retro fits on the side help me out and guided me through the process.

The retrofit source will have everything you need for it.

I'm going to look into the tail lights. It's the little things that matter to make a ride come together.

In a bit sad to not have her low anymore but it's better than eating up my tires and fender wells.


Is your suspension bagged? So you can slam it out even harder.
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Unread 06-09-2013, 09:16 PM   #19
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It's the airlift 1000. It's not really bagged. But when I put in the H&R springs, I need to make sure the 4200 pound trailer doesn't bottom out my ride. So I'm bagging the rear to keep it level. When not towing, I can let the air out from 35 psi to 5 psi to drop the rear even more. With this setup, you remove the bump stops in the rear. So I can achieve a lower rear than the eibachs essentially. The front will still be the standard1.8 drop
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Unread 06-09-2013, 09:19 PM   #20
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Just tried the led bar. I'm def going to get a ticket with this thing! It is extremely bright. I mean BRIGHT! it lights up the road big time. It is a flood and not spot so light projection is wide. I have two 7" that will go behind the grill and those are spot. When standing vertical, they fit behind the grill slats perfectly. Those will light up the road for a long distance.
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