Tried installing my front driveshaft again. Still vibes. Sending it to Carolina Driveline to get it modified into a single double shaft. Should solve the issues. Thanks Carolina!
Also finished wiring up the driving lights I mounted a month or so ago on the front bumper. Gotta wait for night to really test them out!
Still waiting on the front hitch receiver. Might grab some wiring and get the winch/Accessory 12v wiring all done to the front and rear of the vehicle. What has everyone else used for quick connectors on such a big gauge wire?
99 Grand, 37" and mostly factory - Raised tank and trimmed fenders etc
I need to get them adjusted properly first. That wont be until the end of the weekend. Gotta take the bumper off to install the hitch receiver that arrived today! I'll try to do that tomorrow, but Im working nights tonight so it might have to wait.
I'll take pics of the progress on the hitch receiver install.
Hey ^^^^^ looks great!! Man, that is one clean looking WJ. I mean in condition, not to imply anything negative related to not being muddy or... well you know.
Mine is too clean, but not in as good condition....
I sat in the passenger seat while underway. It is a very odd experience. The wife, of course, was at the wheel. It doesn't scare me as much anymore.
Also, I have one of the Silverblade series alum. rims that came with some "mods". Can I smooth them and hit them with clearcoat? I know I CAN do that (pre-emptive ), but will it blend to make the blemishes less visible? They are not that bad, but it bothers the aforementioned Warden, so by default it "bothers" me.
"Lay Down Sally" Silverstone Metallic 2001 xj sport 4.0L/AW4/231/8.25 mostly stock.
"Dubyuh" or "Blue Bayou": Patriot Blue 2001 Up-Country WJ Limited 4.7L V8 Quadra Drive: for now known as "Al-Dente" after my wife's "mod".
New Addition 12/2011: "Pearl" Forest Green Pearlcoat 1999 xj SE 4.0L/AW4/231/8.25 mostly stock for now.
I didn't agree, but hoped for Hope and Change.
I got change for myself and my family: for the worse.
This is the reality of: Barackalypse Now. Again.
"The most terrifying words in the English language are: I'm from the government and I'm here to help."
Ronald Wilson Reagan
2004 WJ Limited 4.7 H.O
K&N FIPK - Magnaflow Exhaust
17" XD Series Spy Rims- Custom Painted
ZONE 4" Lift With 32" Duratracs
Hella Lighting - Rola Rack - KOR 3/4 Spacers
IRO Sliders - Rusty's Hooks - Cobra CB MY BUILD THREAD BAD TO THE BONE ZONE
I built a rack for my CO2 bottle to secure it in the back of my Jeep when I wheel. Three wing nuts and 2 thumb screws and it comes right out.
Speak softly and carry a big stick.
We have room but for one flag, the American flag . . . We have room but for one language, and that is the English language . . . And we have room for but one sole loyalty...and that is a loyalty to the American people. T. Roosevelt 1919