Im havin trouble trying to find the plastic guard that goes over the rocker i need the driver side any pointers on where to find one ??? note ive already ask a few poeple on the for sale forum and nobody has written back yet and i cant find one on ebay....
My jeep is need of paint really bad has a black fender on driver side and some deep scrathes here and there should i flat black it or get it repainted ??? any pics of flat black wj on here with pics
why would the front pass side be saggin a little lower than the driver side is this bc of a shock bein bad ???
And on my 4x4 selection i have 2wd,4wd part,4wd full,and 4 lo Does the 4wd full mean Awd or is this just for offroad only ????
well see that my problem my jeep was never wrecked it had crease in the fender and the guy just bought a new one and never got down to painting it the side that sags witch is the pass side is not the side that had the dent
Have you ever seen a wj with the plastic rhino lined been thinking about it but idk how it would look
I've seen it...it's an acquired taste. Not bad, but that much textured area makes the bottom half of the rig look very matte not shiny at all. I think in limited quantities bedliner is good. I did my rock rails in duplicolor bedliner and they are great. No damage and great finish quality. Unless you are building a trail rig, I think using Krylon Fusion paint on the cladding is the best bet.
Lastly, the 4WD works like this:
2WD: rear wheel drive
4WD Part Time: Use only on slippery/loose surfaces, never pavement. Locks the front and rear axles together. No gear reduction
4WD Full Time: sort of an AWD system. Splits torque 50/50 front/rear with an open center differential. Pavement friendly.
N: Neutral - allows flat-towing of the vehicle
4LO: similar to 4WD Part Time only adding 2.72:1 gear reduction. Front and rear axles are locked.
This info is in the owners manual as well as on wjjeeps.com (a great resource, spend some time there!)