Those looks pretty nice but I kind of like the look and fit of the WeatherTech ones more. I know WeatherTech is a good bit more expensive (I think) but they look really nice. I'm trying to decide on some now. Especially interested in the cargo liners because my removable cargo floor piece is ruined from an old battery tipping over and spilling acid on my carpet. Could get a new floor piece, but I figured why not just cover it up with a nice cargo liner. The WeatherTech seems to fit tighter and deeper into the corners and such, and seems to come all the way back to the rear of the cargo area, whereas the Quadratec ones seems to stop a little short and leave some carpet exposed. I dunno, both look good. Anyone owned both or have any suggestions?
Not today but its the first time in a while I've been able to update, installed rough country leveling kit, new led license plate lights, installed new turn signal witch to add factory fog lights, painted my d rig shackle tabs along with grill insert purple, also you know you need new tires when you get a nail and have to go to 3 different shops before one will fix it due to low tread :/
,,,soooo I graduated in 2013...
(This past weekend). Replaced both front CV axle shafts and both hubs. Opened up the diff (man, that's a foul smell!), and put in fresh 75w-140. I'm glad I did it, as I notice a distinct lack of growling from the front end now. However, the bad news is that I still have a CV-like noise from under the vehicle. It occurs during straight line driving and especially on tighter turns (which is why I thougt it was my CV axles giviing up the ghost, after all the boots have been trashed for over a year now). After much cursing and knashing of teeth, I was able to crawl back underneath her and have determined that the front drive shaft is the culprit. I guess that will be a late-summer project as I've tapped out my Jeep-fixin' savings for the time being.
'99 WJ Limited 4x4, 4.0L, Patriot Blue Metallic, IRO 3" springs, track bar, and rear sway bar links, Doetsch Tech 8000 shocks, Tenneco steering stabilizer, Carolina Driveline double-cardan front drive shaft.