I like the shift boot, I'm going to take a trip to O'Reilly's tomorrow. how did you attach the boot to the cover? Same as the Jeep factory one, wedge it in, or glue? Looks good!
Originally Posted by Millwood5
I ain't hatin', I really do like it. I have red/black wet okole seat covers and I thought the red stitching on the boot might tie in nicely. How much was it?
It has elastic built into the base, so it works with the shift boot retaining bezel quite nicely. I can't remember what the price was b/c I bought it about a month ago. I've been waiting for a month for my replacement shift boot bezel to come in.
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I'm getting ready to go clean her out. She's a little cluttered from the kids. Might start working on the doors. Supposed to rain so I might hold off til next week. Never used JB Weld before so it should be fun.
ALPHA/OMEGA OFFROAD, MD Chapter
Originally Posted by The_TwStD_1
Procrastination's a lot like masturbation. It's all fun and games until you realize you're only screwing yourself.
Originally Posted by TheRealKTrain
The lines on half doors make extra sex compared to full doors
Used it as a ladder to get into a second-story door, the only access point in the vacant, bi-level house I was assigned to inspect. (Between the time someone re-keyed the back door and the time I was sent out to inspect it, someone removed the outside stairs to that door)
He that would make his own liberty secure, must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty, he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself. --Thomas Paine
We work together every damn day. --Jon Stewart
Any gas can be a knockout gas, when you wrap a steel cylinder around it and beat someone with it.
Last week I had the Rock Krawler Kit installed on my 06 Tj and I love it.
The kit came with Front sway bar disconnects,double adjustable control arms, front adjustable trac bar,and trans drop kit that I will be taking off and doing a slip yoke very soon.
I added Bilstein shocks,Rancho steering stabilizer shock, 33 inch pro comp Mt's and a Smitty bilt bumper with tire carrier.
I'm very happy with the ride and looks, I still have more to go like the slip yoke, Rockers, gears etc.
I am having promblems posting pics..check out the links below.
First you have to get the link to the image itself, not to a web page that has the image on it. Using Firefox, I just right-click on the image and choose Copy Image Location to get the URL. Then when typing up the reply, click on the icon in the little posting toolbar and paste the URL in there.
Otherwise since you're using Photobucket it'll give you the link directly by copying the IMG Code text in the Share this image box, which you then just paste in your reply.
I hope this weekend will be good. I have a laundry list of honey do's... for my jeep.
Currie lower adj control arms
rustys offrod upper fron adj
currie progressive rate springs (4 inch)
bilstein shiny 5100 shocks ( no resevoir)
flush mount tail lights
center console install
fix green led dash install ( one of the lights are not working but it is an easy fix)
topless day sticker install ( makes it 100 percent more awesomer)