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Good stuff! I'm digging the patriot blue, as well. (I might be biased though)




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post #32 of 47 Old 05-23-2014, 12:25 PM
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Love the build man! Nice color too BTW!

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Good stuff! I'm digging the patriot blue, as well. (I might be biased though)
heck yea man...wish I could find the right touch up paint. As much body work as Iv been doing I need about a gallon haha
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I finally got rid of those stock taillights today. I got some LED brake and reverse lights of amazon.

I started with a 4" hole saw but it was too small so I spent a good part of the day with a grinder and dremel making it bigger. Same thing happened with the reverse lights. I had to remove the license plate mount thing and the charcoal canister because they were in the way. Tomorrow ill mount the license plate by wrapping it around the tub a little lower than the old position. I'm just going to do a charcoal canister delete tomorrow too. Gotta love SC's lack of smog regulations or whatever it's called. The first picture shows where I drilled for the brake light
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The LEDs gave me fast blinking turn signals so I'll plug in the LM470 relay I got off rock auto while I'm out there.
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heck yea man...wish I could find the right touch up paint. As much body work as Iv been doing I need about a gallon haha
Duplicolor perfect match. Their Chrysler patriot blue works great, and matched well



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Duplicolor perfect match. Their Chrysler patriot blue works great, and matched well
Just picked some up today I'll put it on this week and update one here
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Where did you get your sliders from?
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Where did you get your sliders from?
they are big daddy offroad sliders and the cheapest I found them was on 4wheelparts.com
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they are big daddy offroad sliders and the cheapest I found them was on 4wheelparts.com
Excellent. I've been eyeballing them and I'm ready to order but was apprehensive that 4wp had them for so cheap compared to BDO website. Thanks.

Nice build btw. Do you plan on running bigger tires with the XC Defenders or staying with the same?
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Excellent. I've been eyeballing them and I'm ready to order but was apprehensive that 4wp had them for so cheap compared to BDO website. Thanks.

Nice build btw. Do you plan on running bigger tires with the XC Defenders or staying with the same?
Be aware, I ordered mine more than a month ago from 4wp. They sent the order to BDO & they said the sliders were 30 days out. I'm still waiting, but for the price, I can't complain that much....& they're made in 'murica

...however, BDO & 4wp were very easy to deal with.

Actually, if you order right now, you might get them right away, if they are working on making a batch.

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Yea mine were on back order too but it's worth it for the price.

I'm gonna run 35s after I find an hp 30 and 4.88 regear...probably by the end of the summer
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Yeah, I'm not complaining. The price is great, the quality from the ones I've seen has been really good, & the CS & communication has been easy.

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Be aware, I ordered mine more than a month ago from 4wp. They sent the order to BDO & they said the sliders were 30 days out. I'm still waiting, but for the price, I can't complain that much....& they're made in 'murica

...however, BDO & 4wp were very easy to deal with.

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Yea mine were on back order too but it's worth it for the price.

I'm gonna run 35s after I find an hp 30 and 4.88 regear...probably by the end of the summer
Awesome. I'm sold on them. Gonna order tomorrow. The weight savings from being aluminum will be sweet compared to my old rockers.

Sounds like a solid plan. I'm going the 35s/HP30/4.88 route myself when my 33s wear out.
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I got the steel bc my buddy's aluminum ones are real banged up ...they don't really send instructions but they are pretty easy to figure out ..the bolts are stainless hex key so tighten them with the socket on the nut And try to hold the hex key still ...I stripped a couple and had to drill them out
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