Nice looking Jeep you have there Zoom By You. I wonder if those add on mirrors will still fit with the KC light mounts???? I have a 02 same color
Thanks, I don't see too many Jeeps this color; as for the mirrors, I was wondering the same thing a while back but I think with longer screws for the mirror brackets, it might be possible to run both....
__________________ 2001 TJ Sport Amber Fire, Dual Tops/Dual Doors, 4.0, Banks Ram-Air, Banks S.S. Monster exhaust, five speed, NV3550, A.A. SYE/Tom Woods, 4:56 D30/D35, Detroit Truetrac at both ends, Solid diff covers, 4.5 R.E. Super Flex W/3.5 springs, adjustable upper and lower control arms, adjustable front and rear R.E. track bars, TeraFlex shock relocation brackets, R.E. Mono tube shocks, R.E. front stabilizer, R.E. 3/4" front spacer, 33 X 12.5 TrXus STS, M/T Classic-locks, ShrockWorks Rock Rails, Hanson 52" front bumper, EPi9.0 Superwinch with wireless control, Olympic rear bumper, Olympic Mountaineer rack, Bushwacker 6" Pocket Flares, Optima yellow top, IPF headlights W/ Fatboys, upgraded relay/wiring harness, KC Slims, Bosch rear lights, Garmin c550 GPS, Garmin 76S GPS, Cobra CB 148GTL W/Astatic Mic, Pioneer Sound, 3A Racing fire extinguishers. Manhattan Rated....
My black hardtop on my '98 was faded pretty bad. I got tired of looking at the chalky appearance, and Mother's, etc. never lasted more than a few weeks.
It is just like waxing the body paint, only this is made for fiberglass. Use the Oxidation Remover first and then apply the Wax. My hardtop looked new when I was finished, and lasted as long as my regular wax job on the body.
Thanks for the tip on using Penetrol to restore my hard top! To be honest, I was skeptical about using it, so I tested it first on the fender flares. The difference is like night and day! I followed the directions and used a cloth to apply it but wasn't getting the even coverage I wanted so I used a 6" paint roller and I couldn't be happier with the final results! Thanks again! 2000 TJ Wrangler Sport.
I had the nearby restorations body shop paint mine. It was sun bleached and tired from living outdoors in the florida sun. While it was a little pricy, it looks like new now and the uptick in "nice jeep" comments was noticeable.