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post #61 of 629 Old 12-14-2011, 05:51 PM Thread Starter
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I would do them body color. And do the letters in CG "red" just like the stripe on the hull. It would look pretty sweet. Just lay down the red color first let it dry then put the stencil/ sticker on. Then paint the body color so the red shows through. Would look pretty sweet. Just use a hair dryer to remove the vinyl.

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post #62 of 629 Old 12-15-2011, 11:50 AM
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post #63 of 629 Old 12-16-2011, 02:18 PM Thread Starter
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I see you joined the dark side!!!!! Hahaha. I guess if you break it it's job security for the engineers. Good luck hope you make 3rd soon.
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post #64 of 629 Old 12-16-2011, 02:30 PM
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I would do them body color. And do the letters in CG "red" just like the stripe on the hull. It would look pretty sweet. Just lay down the red color first let it dry then put the stencil/ sticker on. Then paint the body color so the red shows through. Would look pretty sweet. Just use a hair dryer to remove the vinyl.
I changed my mind... body colored freedom boards with something along the lines of "trail rated" on the rails. Thinking maybe burnt orange or something not flashy like the stone grey color of my trim. I'm gonna play with the idea with my dad while on Christmas leave.

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Ah yes that is a common Jeep thing, weird noises after wheelin'. This is how you fix it. You have to go wheelin' again, but in reverse. Once you get done the clunk should be gone.
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post #65 of 629 Old 12-16-2011, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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That will look good. Send pics when your done.
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post #66 of 629 Old 12-19-2011, 09:54 AM
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That will look good. Send pics when your done.
I'm taking my running boards to a body shop today, they should be done in a few days and then I will mount them

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Ah yes that is a common Jeep thing, weird noises after wheelin'. This is how you fix it. You have to go wheelin' again, but in reverse. Once you get done the clunk should be gone.
MODS: BDS 2" coils, Bilstein 5100 struts, 17"Moab takeoffs, 245/65/17 Hankook Dynapro ATMs, Addco 1" Rear Swaybar, Energy Suspension greasable swaybar bushings, westin tail light guards, Rancho HD Steering stabilizer, Freedom Edition running boards, Spyder Halo Foglights, Rola Vortex roof rack.
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post #67 of 629 Old 12-19-2011, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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Show em off when there done. Stay out of trouble on leave ( wink wink--- just don't get caught).
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post #68 of 629 Old 12-19-2011, 06:09 PM
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Show em off when there done. Stay out of trouble on leave ( wink wink--- just don't get caught).
Haha I have no clue what you are talking about

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Ah yes that is a common Jeep thing, weird noises after wheelin'. This is how you fix it. You have to go wheelin' again, but in reverse. Once you get done the clunk should be gone.
MODS: BDS 2" coils, Bilstein 5100 struts, 17"Moab takeoffs, 245/65/17 Hankook Dynapro ATMs, Addco 1" Rear Swaybar, Energy Suspension greasable swaybar bushings, westin tail light guards, Rancho HD Steering stabilizer, Freedom Edition running boards, Spyder Halo Foglights, Rola Vortex roof rack.
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post #69 of 629 Old 12-22-2011, 05:49 AM
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Wow just found this thread. 15 years active and counting.
CGC CHEYENNE
Sta New Orleans (Good days at the old lighthouse)
CGC POMPANO
CGC HATCHET
CGC AXE
Currently ANT Puerto Rico (Dont want to talk about it)
Furture CGC WYACONDA.
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post #70 of 629 Old 12-22-2011, 07:52 PM
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Wow just found this thread. 15 years active and counting.
CGC CHEYENNE
Sta New Orleans (Good days at the old lighthouse)
CGC POMPANO
CGC HATCHET
CGC AXE
Currently ANT Puerto Rico (Dont want to talk about it)
Furture CGC WYACONDA.
Wyaconda is one of our sister ships good boat

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Ah yes that is a common Jeep thing, weird noises after wheelin'. This is how you fix it. You have to go wheelin' again, but in reverse. Once you get done the clunk should be gone.
MODS: BDS 2" coils, Bilstein 5100 struts, 17"Moab takeoffs, 245/65/17 Hankook Dynapro ATMs, Addco 1" Rear Swaybar, Energy Suspension greasable swaybar bushings, westin tail light guards, Rancho HD Steering stabilizer, Freedom Edition running boards, Spyder Halo Foglights, Rola Vortex roof rack.
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post #71 of 629 Old 12-22-2011, 07:58 PM
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Kodiakwj:

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Ah yes that is a common Jeep thing, weird noises after wheelin'. This is how you fix it. You have to go wheelin' again, but in reverse. Once you get done the clunk should be gone.
MODS: BDS 2" coils, Bilstein 5100 struts, 17"Moab takeoffs, 245/65/17 Hankook Dynapro ATMs, Addco 1" Rear Swaybar, Energy Suspension greasable swaybar bushings, westin tail light guards, Rancho HD Steering stabilizer, Freedom Edition running boards, Spyder Halo Foglights, Rola Vortex roof rack.
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post #72 of 629 Old 12-22-2011, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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Damn!!!! Those look real good. Showed them to the wife, now she wants some. I'm on the hunt to find em now. Can't wait to see em on.
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post #73 of 629 Old 12-22-2011, 08:20 PM
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Damn!!!! Those look real good. Showed them to the wife, now she wants some. I'm on the hunt to find em now. Can't wait to see em on.
That just put a huge smile on my face because that's the reaction I want out of them, without being mounted I'm already into them about 450$

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Ah yes that is a common Jeep thing, weird noises after wheelin'. This is how you fix it. You have to go wheelin' again, but in reverse. Once you get done the clunk should be gone.
MODS: BDS 2" coils, Bilstein 5100 struts, 17"Moab takeoffs, 245/65/17 Hankook Dynapro ATMs, Addco 1" Rear Swaybar, Energy Suspension greasable swaybar bushings, westin tail light guards, Rancho HD Steering stabilizer, Freedom Edition running boards, Spyder Halo Foglights, Rola Vortex roof rack.
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post #74 of 629 Old 12-23-2011, 03:22 PM
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Dirty jeep without armorall on the plastic trim (I wish I had time to wash her up today)


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Ah yes that is a common Jeep thing, weird noises after wheelin'. This is how you fix it. You have to go wheelin' again, but in reverse. Once you get done the clunk should be gone.
MODS: BDS 2" coils, Bilstein 5100 struts, 17"Moab takeoffs, 245/65/17 Hankook Dynapro ATMs, Addco 1" Rear Swaybar, Energy Suspension greasable swaybar bushings, westin tail light guards, Rancho HD Steering stabilizer, Freedom Edition running boards, Spyder Halo Foglights, Rola Vortex roof rack.
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post #75 of 629 Old 12-25-2011, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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Merry Christmas to all our boys and girls shoreside and underway, to all you vets here. Thank you for your service!!!!
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