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post #23206 of 41739 Old 08-02-2013, 01:03 PM
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Did a oil change wash wax and vacuum it out,

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Flushed my whole cooling system and added the new Morpar coolant. It's Pink for god sakes.


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Flushed my whole cooling system and added the new Morpar coolant. It's Pink for god sakes.
Hasn't Mopar's HOAT been pink since it's inception in 01 or 02 or whatever?

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Flushed my whole cooling system and added the new Morpar coolant. It's Pink for god sakes.
But isn't the WJ a female? I heard they like that kinda colour.

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But isn't the WJ a female? I heard they like that kinda colour.
Lol yeah mine is lol
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Used this on my headlights, did a really bad job left them hazy and looking even more cloudy, not happy at all, time for a headlight and taillight combo

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Used this on my headlights, did a really bad job left them hazy and looking even more cloudy, not happy at all, time for a headlight and taillight combo
If it's the first time you need to start with sandpaper to remove the clear coat. The 3M kit works well.
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In the long run, if they're pretty bad to begin with like most are, just replace them.

Well, was FORCED to replace my tail gate glass. Still pissed off about it. And it's like being nekid without my stickers that I lost as well. Only good thing out of it is I'm steamcleaning my entire carpet. From the damage as well as dirt, and crap from my tools before I got the cargo mat. Guess something good is coming out of it (except for the fact paying out $$ I can ill afford right now.)

Also with my springs sagging about 1" at least, found a set of rears for mine. The axle was taken out so didn't have to worry about going through the pains of removing them. Still have the powder coat intact on them as well. Lets hope they put my rear end back to where it should be height wise!

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If it's the first time you need to start with sandpaper to remove the clear coat. The 3M kit works well.
I knew I should have bought the 3M one :-( at least gives me a excuse to pour more money in her, looking at some matched aftermarket set front and rear

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I knew I should have bought the 3M one :-( at least gives me a excuse to pour more money in her, looking at some matched aftermarket set front and rear
Or maybe these

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What do you all think? My jeep is silver
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Used this on my headlights, did a really bad job left them hazy and looking even more cloudy, not happy at all, time for a headlight and taillight combo
A good wet sand with very fine grit 600/1000/1500 and dry and then clear coat and they'll be like new. I wouldn't waste money on kits.
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In the long run, if they're pretty bad to begin with like most are, just replace them.

Well, was FORCED to replace my tail gate glass. Still pissed off about it. And it's like being nekid without my stickers that I lost as well. Only good thing out of it is I'm steamcleaning my entire carpet. From the damage as well as dirt, and crap from my tools before I got the cargo mat. Guess something good is coming out of it (except for the fact paying out $$ I can ill afford right now.)

Also with my springs sagging about 1" at least, found a set of rears for mine. The axle was taken out so didn't have to worry about going through the pains of removing them. Still have the powder coat intact on them as well. Lets hope they put my rear end back to where it should be height wise!
What happened? Guessing rear ended.
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Or maybe these

What do you all think? My jeep is silver
Please don't do these!!!
Remind me too much of the Durango tail lights (which were some of the worst ever)
These smoked ones are pretty cheap on eBay (if your looking for the most affordable)
Otherwise get some GTS covers or smoke/tint the stock lenses yourself.
Buuuuuut please don't get the Durango looking ones!! Good luck.
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Please don't do these!!!
Remind me too much of the Durango tail lights (which were some of the worst ever)
These smoked ones are pretty cheap on eBay (if your looking for the most affordable)
Otherwise get some GTS covers or smoke/tint the stock lenses yourself.
Buuuuuut please don't get the Durango looking ones!! Good luck.
I like those their on eBay right
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post #23220 of 41739 Old 08-02-2013, 07:49 PM
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Speaking of lights...recently I changed up mine. Got some new headlights off Ebay (headlightsdepot) and smoked out the rear. Looks a lot better with new plastic up front.



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