HAHAHAHAAAHAHAAAA!!!!! i just got a new stereo, ipod integration and sirus tuner, so I'm shopping for the secure way to install too so they don't think it is Christmas around here!
Most radios have a bolt and nut in the rear. My advice is to Run a cable from that nut through the firewall and once radio is in place bolt the cable tightly to another bolt/nut on the engine side of the firewall. You can't pull that radio out for crap. The only way is to remove the nut on the firewall and pull the radio and cable out. Seems like extra work but a common thief won't think twice if he can't pull out the radio easily.
installed my AA tcase shifter adapter. bless the ratcheting wrench.
after install, i looked on my floor and saw the bearing support...so i get to do it again...
FYI future installers...this is such an easy install, after you remove the shifter plate...
reinstalled my AA bracket. still don't have 4lo...need to adjust my rod
Originally Posted by Hank Venture
It's like someone with a fever is yelling at my pants!
I added the windshield light brackets and a set of lights. I also intstalled the mirror relocation brackets and moved the mirrors. Not that happy with how much of the passenger mirror is now useless when the doors are on but I can live with it. I then replaced the torx bolts on the windshield hinges with thumbscrews so no tools are required to lower the windshield. All from Quadratech.
I'm waiting on a skyjacker 2" spacer lift to come in and get this, my wife wants me to get bigger tires for it. What a great woman she is!!!
A good friend will help you move....A TRUE friend will help you move a body!
I got my jeep stuck in some soft (reaaaally soft) sand on the bank of the Rio Grande... not fun. We eventually got it out, but now I know to pack at least a shovel when we go that way... But I don't think that'll be until I get some 30's for my jeep.
I installed a Tom Woods Super Duty SYE kit and rear drive line. Not only did all of my highway vibrations go away, my skid plate is back up where it should be. The transfer case drop was by far the worst thing I've ever done to my Jeep!
While I was at it, I dropped the trans. pan, hammered it back into it's original shape , replaced the trans filter, and new fluid.
[U]2006 Dodge Cummins[/U]:Daystar leveling kit, 18" Pro Comp Extreme Alloys, 35" Cooper Discover STT's, Bushwacker Extend a Fender flares
[U]2003 TJ[/U]: Full Traction 4" lift, 33" BFG Mud Terrains on 8" Atlas wheels, Russel braided brake lines, Tom Woods SYE and driveshaft, ATK winch bumper,VIAIR 450 onboard air, PIAA driving lights, Poison Spyder Rocker Knockers, full Skid Row skid plates, AEM intake w/throttle body spacer, Optima battery, full recovery gear, Sony Xplod stereo, Cobra CB, etc...
[U]1997 ZJ Grand Cherokee[/U]: Rubicon Express lift, 31" BFG All Terrains, K&N FIPK, etc...
[U]2001 Dodge Cummins[/U]: Work Horse!! [COLOR="Red"]SOLD[/COLOR]
[U]1970 Dodge Challenger[/U]: Roller cammed small block, 4-speed, modern suspension, killer stereo, etc....
Silver Metallic finish with black dual tops - Dana 44 Rear 2.25" Suspension Lift with Old Man Emu Shocks Performance Accessories 1" Body Lift Daystar 1" Motor Mount Lift Spidertrax 1.25" Wheel Spacers - 32"x11.5" MT/R Tires
I bought my First Jeep about two weeks ago and knew it had a bad exhaust header.
I got my new Banks Torque Tube header and Dynomax Cat Back System installed today and went for my first TOPLESS ride, and had a BLAST!!!!!
While I waited on the exhaust parts I also added
Accel Super coil
Accel 8mm wires
Bosch Platnium +4 plugs
New Firepower Cap and Rotor
New Fram air filter
New O2 sensors
New Optima Red Top Battery
New T-Case fluid
New Tranny oil
New Front and Rear Diff oil
'97 Sahara Green w/Spice soft top 31" super swampers.
Soon to have RE 3.5" lift and new 33's and new wheels