I bought them used so I got a good deal. But they are very well made. Now that I know how to take the front plastic off I could do this install in no time. Great product!!!
02WJ Rough Country 4" Long Arm,3/4 spacers added to front,265x70x17C BFG All-Terrain T/A KO 31.8x10.7,super 44 flowmaster,K&N air filter,JKS adj track bar,JKS HD tie rod,JKS HD draglink,RCX dual stabilzer,Mickey Thompson Sidebiter wheels 17x9 4.5"BS,Saguaro4x D-Ring Mounts
My '99 was wrecked last month when my wife was in the left turn lane at a light, and a box truck in the straight lane decided to turn left, he hit the fender and hood, and ripped the front end off.
Friday night I picked up a donor vehicle with a bad motor for $800, and this is how my Jeep looked as of late yesterday (Saturday). She needs a bath, but it is remarkable how well the hood and fender color matched. I'm going to cut out the vents and move over my fog lights after I replace the right side fog light plug that was ripped off in the wreck.
There are a lot more parts to pilfer from it, for example my driver's side power mirror hasn't worked since before I bought it. Even thought the motor is bad, the previous owner says the transmission and transfer case are good, as well as the axles, and the tranny fluid on the dipstick is super clean. The interesting thing about all that is my '99 is a 2WD, and that's a conversion I've researched a ton, and been wanting to do for a couple years now.
Finally finished putting projector fog lights behind the stock 99-03 fog lenses. After replacing the projectors in the V3 housings with FX-R's from TheRetrofitSource, I used the V3 projectors and retrofitted them in the fog light location as well as added turn signals behind it (had extra room since the projectors don't need the entire fog housing to work). I'll try to get pictures tonight when it get dark. Looks completely stock during the day and not-so-stock at night. A huge improvement over stock for sure.
It can. If you Peel it off. It stays if you leave it alone. I've had my grill done for more than a year.
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__________________ 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