Ordered my bilstein 5100s and my bds cool springs. My isolators came in the mail today. Hopefully I can install it all next weekend before I leave!
[QUOTE=smuggler;13038059]Ah yes that is a common Jeep thing, weird noises after wheelin'. This is how you fix it. You have to go wheelin' again, but in reverse. Once you get done the clunk should be gone.[/QUOTE]
I got back from camping and there was TONS of white spots all over my car (Most likely fertilizer). They were all embedded. It would take 10 secs of scratching with your fingernail to get 1 spot off.
A quick spray with a power sprayer and they were all gone. They were even worse in the plastic of the bumpers. But because the wax can wax plastic too, everything was perfect!
Edit: Sorry I messed up the whole page... Haha
Rainx soad does the same thing. All I need to do is a 5min wash once a month and it beads off. But being OCD about my jeep I wash it once a week...
Originally Posted by Cnolenwj
Installed my brand new son today, and finally got to came home
First car ride ever, and it was in the wj. We are off to a good start
Congrats! My sons first ride home was in the WJ too, almost was the KJ but we decided the wj had more room for hospital stuff. Ill tell you now its tough at first, but will always be the best thing youll ever do!
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.7 low output quadradrive. 31in General Grabber AT2, OME HD, bilstein 5100, IRO sway links, addco rear sway. Kolak 3in exhaust with flowmaster SUV 50, magnaflow 3in cat, Custom K and N FIPK, modded airbox with ram air, Fastman 71mm Throttle body, PML RFE Deep pan, Autometer digital trans temp gauge, P.I.E. aux adapter, Infinity reference 3.5/6x9/6.5, 200w inverter, surco rack, front/rear/cargo husky liners. WJ Build!
I bought my WJ last August. Since then I have done a lot of work on it: TPS, MAP sensor, radiator, water pump, fan clutch, t-stat, spark plugs, Kolak 3" exhaust, CAI intake, akebono brake upgrade, transmission filters, transmission speed sensors, alternator, CV axles, rear t-case seal, brake booster, O2 sensors, serpentine belt... You get the idea. I love working on my WJ so it's not a big deal. However, today I replaced my rear upper control arm and I would love it if I never have to do that again. NEVER AGAIN!!!!
Thanks to this forum is in order, you guys are great and have been a HUGE help. Thanks.