you did the handles and roof rack over too?i like the way the lights came out.
Nope, everything came black from the factory except the bumpers/cladding. I still don't understand why Jeep would use a greyish-brown color for bumpers and cladding and a different color for everything else.
The lights were very easy. Just a pain to mask the reverse part of it. At $5 a can, you can't beat it...especially b/c it's not permanent and requires no prep work!
Welcome! Looks good. I'm not a fan of blacked out tail lights or head lights but you did a pretty good job. A bb is very easy to install, I have a small section in the 1st page of my build thread showing some pics of when we installed a bb in my brother's WJ. Keep up the good work!
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Plastidipped the wheels yesterday. I'm pretty happy with how they look. Update to the plastidip on the bumpers/cladding....I noticed some spots it have been rubbed off. I touched them up for now but I will eventually peel it all off and either paint or use bedliner now that I know I like the black.
Also, I was lubing the chassis (which I've neglected for far too long) and grease came out the bottom after maybe 3 pumps. Is this normal or are my seals bad?
I've got a 2000 WJ with 266,000 and the angry ***** just keeps on running. Do the regular maintenance and she'll keep running for years. The inline 6 engine is damn near indestructible.
Dude, my moms 00' WJ has 300,000 on it... **** incredible.. She had the engine replaced around 290k only cause she tried driving with a blown head gasket(poor Jeepie :[ ) ... Same trans, same everything.my 99' WJ will last just as long I'm almost at 165K(and I maintain mine much better). my fellow Jeepers agree that the I6 is infinitely more reliable than the V8