There. Wire wheeled/brushed everything I could reach then gave it a can worth of hi-temp grill paint. I got just about everything, and I think it looks pretty GD clean. I'll do a thorough job when I have the axle out to truss it sometime before labor day
Wow that looks fantastic! I wish I could get my axle that clean, I'd have to attack mine with an actual grinder if I wanted to get a good smooth finish like that, its all pitted with rust.
Im leaning towards making my own, just a rope and waterproof fabric cut and sewed to shape
Are they daft?! Almost 800 dollars for a fabric cover? That's insane. I'd definitely say make your own, for that price you could mess up a whole bunch of times before it wasn't worth it anymore, ahha.
99' WJ, 2.5" Rusty's, Bilstein 5100's, JKS TrackBar, Moog SuperTrailBoss
"With enough fabbing, time & $, it's certainly possible.
That being said, it's like boinkin' your sister...just because you can, doesn't mean you should." - Double E
Well its been a rather expensive day. First I got my insurance money from when a woman backed into my fender. then i turned around and bought my 3" IRO lift. then got in touch with nick kolak to order my shocks I decided not to wait for bilstein and instead go with Rubicon express shocks and a jks adj trackbar. I also just picked up a winch bumper. Tomorrow I will go look for headlightsand a fender. Can't wait to get all this in and on!!!
2005 Grand Cherokee Limited - 5.7 [COLOR="Red"]HEMI[/COLOR] - QDII - 2" Rough Country BB - AFE Stage 2 CAI - Monkey Navigated - Rear Shackle
2001 WJ- SOLD
[QUOTE=mrJ]It's a Jeep, it's not supposed to work right all the time.[/QUOTE][/CENTER]