Started to work on pulling off lights and factory bumper for a temp/test fit..of course in the dark:
Then finished it up in the morning
Also found out that since I am winch-less for now I found out that the kc light bar fit perfectly inside the new bumper and I can at least keep these lights on there until the led replacements come in!
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Awesome. 3400lb TJ, 1400lb trailer, 4800... it's rated 7200lbs. Electric brakes on the trailer, it stops on a dime. It has coils with load leveling shocks in the rear. Drove it 13 hours to Attica with no issue. yeaaaa... The safari thing is all I have. There's a bag on the seat though.
$10 walmart tarp if the soft top is an issue. Covered the PO sliced plastic windows issue till I replaced it w/factory plastic windows from quadratec.
Cracked my windshield for the third time this ones kinda bad, guess ill have to do the windshield frame replacement sooner then I thought any one know of I can take the 300$ top seal for I between the frame and hardtop off my old frame?
Wow! $400 cars exist? I have been looking at TJ's and LJ's so long I thought everything started at $5000.
Originally Posted by The_Dealer
Really sucks, but I picked up a kj from my brother in law for $400. He hit a ditch trying to avoid a deer. He thought there was alot more damage, but the alignment shop said it was a bent strut. That's gonna have to be my wheeling rig in the meantime. Maybe an sas coming soon?
We've been having a wicked ice storm here in Maine over the past couple days. The wind is starting to pick up today, so limbs are starting to come down. I went to the store today and returned to find this in my road:
On my way to work today and this ridiculous rattle and ungodly banging noise appear. Of course I'm thinking the worst... Took me a while to find but the drivers side rear bar pin sheared off. Finally, the excuse I've been looking for to get new shocks (well, for the rear at least)! New Rancho RS9000s have already been ordered.
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