Got her a little dirty on the way to the office this morning.
I want to work in your office
__________________ March 2014 GCOTM. 1998 Deep Slate 5.9 On the Jeep:Hot intake, 52mm TB, Summit 8mm wires, catch can, 703s, insulated fuel rails, indexed Champions, Bilstein 4600s, Eibach lowering springs, Moog SS, Ironman mounts, Lotek 2GP, lots of gauges, sparkly paint. In the garage: M1 4bbl In the works: Addco/Hellwig sway bars, nitrous, full polly bushings, full exhaust, data logging, billet UD pulleys
pretty much alabama, georgia, and south carolina are all red goodness. we have it here and there in florida. always fun to play in the clay. see whose tires really get traction
Yeah red clay spans from louisianna to northern florida up to maryland (penn and delware get some too. But none is found in appalachia regions. Sure its cool and all but it sticks o everything and hardens like a rock.
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!
Finished my gear install today and took it for a test drive! No noises whatsoever and feels smooth! Y'all don't know how happy that makes me feel being the first gear swap I've ever done! Just gotta take it easy on them for a little while to break em in.
Finally got to replacing my front door speakers and noticed the PO just removed the passenger side and didn't replace. Also noticed two leaks one from the A/C condensate drain(gotta add a rubber hose to it) and one on the driver's side. The driver's side leak I couldn't pinpoint but fixed some of the door and windshield seals(door seal was dirty with sand and the windshield seal was just messed up). Think I fixed the driver's side leak but not sure, will just have to check next time it rains real good.
On a side note, by messing with the electronics on both front doors it has cured(crosses fingers) the electrical issue I was having with the gauge cluster, windows and A/C not working, would have to disconnect the battery almost every time I had it stopped(luckily PO installed a quick disconnect in the grill, nice anti theft device and kill switch) I wonder if the fact that there was no speaker in the door had anything to do with it.
All I did was on the door seal by the firewall, I just took it off and cleaned it and the metal of all the sand and grit in and on it. And the windshield trim/seal that is at the A pillar was smushed(sp?) down to were it did not go over the door seam at the same location so I just reshaped it to were it went over the door seam. Still not sure if that did it, but with a water hose I didn't notice any water. Will have to wait until we get another good rain to see if that was it or if I need to keep looking.
I found my big bro today at the gas station....Couldn't see all but I saw bilsteins and LT265/70/17. Any ideas what size lift that is? guesses? I ask because I'm in the process of piecing together my 3" from Kolak. Just wanting to get an idea of how mine will look afterwards.
3" OME HD springs, Bilstein 5100, JKS adjustable trackbar, Moog SS, IRO UCA'S & LCA'S, 3/4" front and rear spacers, BFG M/T km LT255/75R17, JK Rubicon takeoffs, 8K HIDS Hi's & Lo's. full Rockford Fosgate set-up, blue l.e.d. interior, clumsy driver