thinking about picking up a 242J out of a ZJ. but covered the questions i have in a different thread.
SILVER&BLACK 02 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4.7L V8 HO, Clayton 6" liftT w/ Bilstien 5100's and 2in pucks , 37X12.5 Nitto Trail Grappler M/T's on red and black Creeper Locks, front and back Dana 60 w/ ARB lockers, Chromolly shafts and 5.13 gears, ARB compressor, Flowmaster 50 exhuast, K&N FIPK, IRO front bumper and flares, and Cobra 29NW with firestick antenna.
^I got so confused seeing overland sliders on a Laredo (LOL) but it does look kinda cool.
So yeah my Jeep is still sitting in the parking lot. My classes are cancelled tomorrow so hopefully the snow stops tonight so I can get out there and work on my Jeep. Otherwise I guess I'm just gunna take it for a ride, gotta get out and drive it. Going to be a big power adjustment I took a vacation down south and down there we rented an 09 Charger R/T I got to drive the whole weekend... Fun, thats all I'm going to say
98 XJ Sport | i6 | AW4 | 231 | Stone White | Agate Leather
SOLD 01 WJ Ltd | i6 | QT2 | Moog HD steering | Tow Package | Boston Acoustics Audio | RB1 | Lou's Catback | Stone White |
Mine are blown have been since I bought the jeep. How big of a job was it? How long did it take?
Before replacing them, look into the quick fix. Simply pull them out of the dash, pull of the dust covers and put a ring of caulking or glue around the torn outer rim of the paper. Slap the dust covers back on and install and they will be as good as new. Total time: about 20 minutes.