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post #23101 of 43293 Old 07-28-2013, 08:20 PM
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+1 cladding is easy, like cykaaro said just start from bottom up. If you decide not to take it off and accidentally get paint on the jeep, just spray some wd 40 on a rag and it will come right off!
I'm not going to take off the cladding. I'm going to try to paint it still on the Jeep. I will take the front and rear bumper covers off.


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post #23102 of 43293 Old 07-28-2013, 08:41 PM
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It gets dark at 7 over there? Doesn't get dark till around 9 here.
lol..no actually around 8:30; rain storm coming in was getting dark...didn't even check to see what time it was when i wrote that.

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Replaced all brake hoses and RR siezed caliper...plus heavy duty tow brake pads for the rears, only to find out I missed ordering the center rear brake hose and the RL caliper seized grrrr...rock auto again....grrrrrr

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post #23105 of 43293 Old 07-28-2013, 10:33 PM
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found a 5-set of these for dirt cheap at a dealership brand new. They'll be going on once I get a new set of tire pressure sensors.
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post #23106 of 43293 Old 07-28-2013, 10:35 PM
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found a 5-set of these for dirt cheap at a dealership brand new. They'll be going on once I get a new set of tire pressure sensors.
Those wheels are niceee, I've been lookin for a set of them
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post #23107 of 43293 Old 07-28-2013, 10:44 PM
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You guys really wheel with those?

If you have any trees where you wheel that's an accident waiting to happen..
Yup. Have wheeled 102" steelie for over 30 years without an incident or accident to people or Jeep. And the trees and brush were thick and heavy in SC, NC, OH and a few other places I have lived. Not so much in AZ.

People say it could whip a person. But in reality if your within 5ft of my jeep that is wheeling fast enough to whip it into someone there way too close to get hit by other crap too. When 90% of the wheeling is 5mph or less it just slides off and more or less stands straight up or catches another branch.

Also it has never whipped the jeep itself. Whether it was on my CJ, YJ, XJ, MJ or the WJ.

Although I have whipped tree limbs into people that were to close.

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Although I have whipped tree limbs into people that were to close.
:-) nice bet that was funny :-)


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post #23109 of 43293 Old 07-28-2013, 11:01 PM
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found a 5-set of these for dirt cheap at a dealership brand new. They'll be going on once I get a new set of tire pressure sensors.
Lucky dog, and from a dealership, no less.

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found a 5-set of these for dirt cheap at a dealership brand new. They'll be going on once I get a new set of tire pressure sensors.
What is "dirt cheap" exactly?
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Yup. Have wheeled 102" steelie for over 30 years without an incident or accident to people or Jeep. And the trees and brush were thick and heavy in SC, NC, OH and a few other places I have lived. Not so much in AZ.

People say it could whip a person. But in reality if your within 5ft of my jeep that is wheeling fast enough to whip it into someone there way too close to get hit by other crap too. When 90% of the wheeling is 5mph or less it just slides off and more or less stands straight up or catches another branch.

Also it has never whipped the jeep itself. Whether it was on my CJ, YJ, XJ, MJ or the WJ.

Although I have whipped tree limbs into people that were to close.
Dave, I know this is a lot to ask, but do you possibly have an open side yard for a couple weeks? Since you're in the area and someone I trust, I figured it would be worth asking. My HOA won't allow my vehicle to be at my place and I've over stayed my welcome at my friends house. I'm this close to having an engine to put in, but was told my jeep needed to be out of their yard by the end of July (they gave me a month). I've called around and I'm running out of ideas but am putting it on a trailer tomorrow morning :/ PM me if you can, and I understand if this is a big fat no, but I don't have a whole lot of choices so I'm getting desperate.
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What is "dirt cheap" exactly?
$1100 for all 5. these 10th anniversary rubicon wheels have been going for around 1800 to 1900 on CL and ebay all day.

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post #23113 of 43293 Old 07-29-2013, 10:39 AM
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Freshened up the front end on the wife's WJ yesterday. New adjustable upper and lower CA's, and an alignment. Drives great, and the aftermarket OE style arms that we've had for only a couple of years already showed considerable wear in the bushings. The lowers were completely thrashed, 3 of the 4 bushings were nearly torn all the way through.

The uppers were ok, but one of the sleeves was almost separated from the upper bushing. The axle side bushings I replaced a few years ago looked to be in good shape still.

Need to trim the bumper cover a little bit more tonight and center the steering wheel.

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It is what Jeeples has *PARTIALLY* stated.
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Changed the power steering pump and flushed the fluid. Pain in the...

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