Replaced the weatherstrip on my Bestop Sunrider. When I got it last year there was about 4" missing from it. Called Quadratec and supposedly they logged a warranty call to Bestop. Month later called Quadratec and the guy said to not hold my breath and recommended I go to Home Depot and buy the same stuff. I finally got around to it. If it was anything worse than this, I would probably have a hissy-fit but it is finnaly fixed. Other than that, I do like the top.
chopped my stock front bumper and put a coat of Rustoleum Satin Black on it
removed my front anti-sway bar (not a DD)
re-wired my ghetto Hella light switch to a new one and re-routed my previously stupid wire routing at the front of the jeep
installed my new skid row engine/tranny skid
getting ready for the first ride of the year this coming weekend....
Put in my new head unit and I'm just waiting for the 33engineering adapters to get here so I can put in my new speakers.
Sony CDX-GT62IPW CD Receiver with ipod cable included (on the back) and an AUX input jack on the front
Sounds better already - I can't WAIT for the new speakers.
Infinity Kappa 52.7i 5-1/4" 2-way Speakers $59.99, regularly lots more
Crutchfield is awesome - they threw in all kinds of adapters and everything I needed to get the thing in. Not a 100% perfect fit, but now I can play my ipod, and there's a jack on the front so I can use the system as external speakers for my CB ... if it works. If not, I've still got better sound and better tunes.
Re-wired my new head unit so the subwoofer amp uses the amp power lead instead of the antenna power lead.
Wish I'd paid more attention to the difference between blue/white and blue/grey.
And thanks to whoever it was back in 2006 who had exactly the same problem and posted the solution!
2004 TJ Sport, I6 4.0l, 5spd, D44; BESRK rear bumper, some other stuff. Buildin' it bit-by-bit.
Is there a "[B]Black Jeep [/B]Club?"
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