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post #181 of 386 Old 03-28-2014, 12:28 PM
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Reman steering rack, PS hoses, outer tie rod ends. Hopefully that will cure the dreaded CLUNK, which adjusting the yoke couldn't solve.

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post #182 of 386 Old 03-28-2014, 12:52 PM
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LED jeep cup holders from jeep-core.com

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OME 2" lift.
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post #183 of 386 Old 03-29-2014, 07:10 AM
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machined aluminum 1/4" wheels spacers and lug wrench

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/BSP-WSG5L250
These are the best I could find.

got a new lug wrench also after I bent the OEM one with one hand before I even got pissed and pulled hard. What a peice of crap. Beware because you could be left stranded with a flat you cant take off! A shop overtightened one of my lug nuts from previous owner. My torque wrench maxes out at 120 ft lbs so it is going to take more than that to remove. I put a 3/8" ratchet on it with a cheater bar but I felt like either theratchet would explode or it would come off the lugnut before I jerked it hard enough to break loose. At my age and a few trips to the ER, I have learned that when I think to myself "this is starting to seem vary dangerous" I stop and find a better solution. I'll have to go to a tire shop to break it loose. Then I'll re-torque using a torque wrench to 90lbs.
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post #184 of 386 Old 03-29-2014, 07:59 AM
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http://www.summitracing.com/parts/BSP-WSG5L250 These are the best I could find. got a new lug wrench also after I bent the OEM one with one hand before I even got pissed and pulled hard. What a peice of crap. Beware because you could be left stranded with a flat you cant take off! A shop overtightened one of my lug nuts from previous owner. My torque wrench maxes out at 120 ft lbs so it is going to take more than that to remove. I put a 3/8" ratchet on it with a cheater bar but I felt like either theratchet would explode or it would come off the lugnut before I jerked it hard enough to break loose. At my age and a few trips to the ER, I have learned that when I think to myself "this is starting to seem vary dangerous" I stop and find a better solution. I'll have to go to a tire shop to break it loose. Then I'll re-torque using a torque wrench to 90lbs.
120 ft lb, 3/8 ratchet with cheater bar, good thing you stopped.

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post #185 of 386 Old 03-29-2014, 11:53 AM
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120 ft lb, 3/8 ratchet with cheater bar, good thing you stopped.
yah, I didn't mention that my torque wrench imploded at ~130ft lbs. It was a cheap one though.
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post #186 of 386 Old 03-29-2014, 12:16 PM
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So I ordered a new lug wrench from Summit racing and it was at my door in 36 hours. I used it to break loose my tight nuts. I was able to break it loose without the cheater bar. But I had to use two hands on the end of the bar and sort of squat. It put a nice shockwave through my fingers when it broke loose. I'm guessing it was 150ft lbs after feeling what 130 ft lbs felt like.
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post #187 of 386 Old 03-29-2014, 02:11 PM
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I used it to break loose my tight nuts. .
YIKES!!

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Dark Khaki 2011 #9104 Wheels, Firestone Destination A/T 265/70/17's.
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post #188 of 386 Old 03-29-2014, 02:59 PM
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post #189 of 386 Old 03-29-2014, 09:57 PM
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Just ordered five new rims! On sale for $124 a piece with $8 total shipping, for the next few hours.

http://autoplicity.com/products/2428...FYeUfgodbWsAyg

OME HD, JBA UCA, Rear Adj TB, Catch Can, K&N CAI, Gibson CB, MM TB, Flaspaq, Full LED swap
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post #190 of 386 Old 03-29-2014, 10:27 PM
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Lol Autoplicity is one of those sites that has that counter every day. When it reaches 0 it resets, dont be fooled by the gimmick lol. Still they have good prices and I've ordered from there.

As for me, ordered a OME HD w/ Bilsteins for the GF. Now we'll have a 6" WK and a 3" WK
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post #191 of 386 Old 03-29-2014, 10:38 PM
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Ha, good to know. Those were the rims I was already looking for, that site just happened to have the lowest price.

OME HD, JBA UCA, Rear Adj TB, Catch Can, K&N CAI, Gibson CB, MM TB, Flaspaq, Full LED swap
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post #192 of 386 Old 03-30-2014, 07:48 AM
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JBA level spacer, OEM hitch trim/tranny filters, spring isolators, wheel speed sensors and a few other OEM parts to do suspension revamp.

Picked up my powdercoated moabs Friday with TPMS.

Today ordering my black plastic dye, 4300k HIDs, HIRs, and maybe my new BA S35 dash speakers.

So much to do coming up and so little time.

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post #193 of 386 Old 03-30-2014, 11:02 AM
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A set of window VentShade Vent-Visor wind deflectors from Advance auto. They should arrive mid week.

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post #194 of 386 Old 03-30-2014, 04:36 PM
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A TJ fuel bezel

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post #195 of 386 Old 03-30-2014, 04:50 PM
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Not today, but in the past week...

Eibach Pro-Kit (for SRT8) springs
Blistein 4600 Struts & Shocks
Factory Rep 20x9 Gloss Black wheels
Kumho Ecsta STX 275/45r20 tires


As you have guessed... It's going Street Jeep.

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