Bought a new to me hard top had to drive for it it fits and looks great can't believe the difference in sound my ears will love me forever now just have to find all the wiring and switches to make everything work anybody??
Finally fixed my rear locker wire then promptly got the LJ stuck on a mound of overflow creek ice on a down hill section of a gully road. Dropped the passenger side front into a small ditch to the right with a scrub bush and large rock to the front drivers side between the Jeep and path down.
Trying to back up only slid the rear down hill so the Jeep was facing the side of the gully.
Needed to turn the Jeep 335 degrees around to the right using the winch anchored to four different places in order to get the Jeep turned around to get it facing down the hill.
Installed a new belt to fix a squeak.... The greased and tightened all my rear control arms to fix another squeak. Also installed a set of truck lite 4" fog lights on my bumper. Damn little things nice.
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Haha, all the FL cars aren't used to "cold" weather...my mom's car needs a battery now too. I've read good things about the Sears diehard platinum batteries. I'm running an Optima....supposedly they aren't as good of quality anymore, but it's the best I could get at the time & it's held up well for 4ish years so far Sent by a messenger bird
All my batteries have been optimas. They last a while