Flushed the coolant then washed the mud and salt off.
As I roll down the trail,I hope my traction will not fail.But if I spin & begin to slide,please dear lord protect my ride
Drove home hoping the noise I was hearing was just new tires but it appears to be the front wheel hub bearing on the drivers side. Noise is on deceleration. Most prominent going from 40-20 mph. I also wondered if my caliper could be acting up but they were just replaced last year. Ugh.
Next on my todo list was changing front diff fluid because I know it has not been done in a long time. I'm just wondering if I should do this first or go ahead and buy some wheel hubs.
SKF? Timkin? I know, I know. Everyone will tell me Mopar. That would be nice since I know these have lasted at 140K miles but can you even get them without selling your first born?
Finally got the gumption, and, since tomorrow's a holiday, for me, to add some FM to my rear diff, because it has been groaning on left turns. I also installed my Fog light LEDS. They are supposed to be "One Pair (2 Pieces): LED 18 SMDs Bulbs H10 (Fog Light Only) Compatible with 9145, 9140, 9045, and 9055 ** Light Color: Super White 6000K **" But they don't really look all that much brighter than my regular bulbs, just whiter. I'll know at night, I guess. I had to remove the whole fog light housing on the right side. Body shop put a junker of a fog light in there the last time they worked on it, about three years ago. I hit a big dog and he broke everything under my right bumper. I was too tired to mess with trying to drain and refill my TC fluid. I also considered swapping in my JK Moabs 255/75/17 GoodYear Wranglers, just to see how they'd fit under the wheel wells. Another day. God, I can hardly walk, now, even WITH a cane. Sent from my iPad using electrons
Here's the picture of how bright the fog lights are with the LED's. I don't think they are much brighter than what they replaced.
Had to use one to bring the broken one home. Guess thats what I get for letting the wife drive it. The rear suspension was very unhappy, probably would have helped if I had more than a 4" drop but had to make due.
There is a GC around me that has one. Its blue. I always want to chase her down and offer to buy it of her.
The one I posted last week is still up for bids on eBay. It's up to $227.50, now. I bought it for $125, but the seller and I could not agree on shipping, so he re-listed it. You will still have to pay for freight shipping, as it's too big for the regular shipping companies. http://www.ebay.com/itm/131115715837
I bought mine from a guy in Dayton for $350. They came with 255/75/17 Goodyear tires and have TP sensors. I thought it was a good deal. He told me they were 5 x 5. The tires have a good amount of tread left and the wheels are like new, no road rash or corrosion, very clean.
What fog bulbs are those? Are you comparing the output to a stock bulb or did you have something else in there before the LEDs? Were they plug n play?
They are LED fog lights I bought off of eBay. They are plug and play. I thought they would be much brighter than they are. They say they are 6000k, but I think they meant 6K. I guess I am satisfied with them.