My buddies took these a couple weeks ago, my first trail ride of the year
1995 YJ "Mabel", 2.5L Muncie SM465 np231j 4.88's HP30 Lockright JK 44 Detroit 33s CJ clip
Actually, it's pronounced "mill-e-wah-que" which is Algonquin for "the good land."
Originally Posted by Richard_ View Post
Jeeps fall under a grey area of the law. Most states require a rearview mirror and windsheild... both of which Jeeps have when the windsheild is folded . Its a ticket that would be easy to get out of... if the cop even gives you one at all.
Submariner, I'll take pics and explain it to you when I get home
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Originally Posted by Submariner View Post
Start by removing the four torx bolts holding the sport bars to the windshield frame, two per bar. Leave the sport bars attached to the roll bar for now.
Next, remove the two exposed torx bolts on the side of the windshield frame, one per side. I've highlighted them below.
Next, fold your windshield down!
Finally, remove the sport bars by removing the two torx bolts (one per side), holding the sport bars to the smaller diameter tubing coming from the roll bar that fits inside the sport bars.
It may sound like a bit of a process, but it's really not that bad once you do it.
Oh! Don't forget to strap your windshield down using the footman loop on the top (inside) of the windshield frame and the similar loop on the hood. Otherwise, it'll come flying up at approximately 55 MPH, causing a brief moment of absolute terror. Ask me how I know...
2006 LJ - 4.0L, NSG370, 31's
2001 XJ - 4.0L, AW4, 3.5" lift, 31's
1997 TJ - 2.5L, AX5, 2.5" lift, 32's - Sold
1983 CJ-5 - Stock - Sold
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