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01-01-2019 11:24 PM
supernatural1 Nice Jeep! I tracked down your build thread after seeing the JK axles on a TJ thread, because we seem to have made many very similar modifications. I am currently looking at doing the JK axles and coil overs. Frequently I manage to make more informed decisions by reading how others have addressed things. Since we seem to have similar taste in what we do to our vehicles, this build was quite informative! I have added many links for future modifications.
Keep up the good work!
08-19-2017 11:17 PM
rubidriver
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Originally Posted by RDaniel2405 View Post
A few days ago I installed the Savvy TJ Taillights, License Plate Relocator, black LED license plate light, and LED turn signal relay. I did tape off and paint part of the license plate light because I only wanted the light pattern to go down. I have seen many people just bolt the license plate to the tub, but I wanted to do something different.
Can you elaborate on the black trim you have around the license plate?
04-15-2017 11:30 AM
offroad4x4
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Yesterday I finally got my Truck-Lite/Rigid Ind Heated LED headlights in the mail. I installed them this morning, so here is 2 quick pics. I probably didn't need the heated version in Florida, oh well just in case.
They look great on your jeep. I am looking at the same for my 2013 jeep unlimited. Could you tell me how well do they do on dark rainy day's. I looked at a review on amazon.com and 1 review said they are to blue of a light not bright enough for that type of weather. Do you have this problem or are they fine on dark rainy day's. Thank you.
02-25-2017 07:23 PM
RDaniel2405
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do you like the rough country 4inch... im looking into the 4inch extreme kit from RC
I no longer have a RC lift. And to be brutally honest, I wish I just bought a better quality lift to start with.

I have done a few things to my jeep that I haven't posted on here. I have kind of abandoned this thread. Some day I might actually update this build link.
02-25-2017 10:34 AM
shackjabe do you like the rough country 4inch... im looking into the 4inch extreme kit from RC
11-11-2016 12:23 PM
RDaniel2405 New bolts, and a decal. Now they don't look old.
11-11-2016 12:21 PM
RDaniel2405 Still waiting on parts... so today I replaced rusty bolts on my old Currie Rock Ribz. Old bolts
11-06-2016 10:11 AM
RDaniel2405 Here is the rear one, a Dana 60 cover. I posed them on a Currie t-shirt for photos and sent them to Currie on Facebook.
11-06-2016 10:08 AM
RDaniel2405 Added some American flag decals to my Currie diff covers. Here is the front one, a Dana 44 cover.
11-01-2016 06:53 PM
RDaniel2405 Last photo for the day. I cleaned up the arms some, really just trying to take some of the rub marks and scuffs off. Not going for that mirror polished look, but also didn't want it to look like I installed a used Antirock kit.
11-01-2016 06:50 PM
RDaniel2405 Back to the drivers side...
11-01-2016 06:49 PM
RDaniel2405 Here is the passenger side after trimming and some spray paint. I have decided to not reinstall the rear plastic fender liners.
11-01-2016 06:46 PM
RDaniel2405 Yesterday I finally started the trimming for the rear Antirock arms. Here is a photo of the drivers side. I only trimmed out the size stated in Currie's directions. I will trill more later if needed.
10-19-2016 07:29 PM
RDaniel2405 This is as far I got for today, just the brackets fully bolted on. I will say Currie's direction are really good, 35 steps for installing a rear Antirock but the only thing I won't do is the axle brackets. I will have a shop with a better welder install them.

Tomorrow I will continue to fit the arms and start some trimming for arm clearance.
10-19-2016 07:23 PM
RDaniel2405 I started to install a rear Currie Antirock. I'm taking my time installing it. One good thing while installing a rear Antirock is I previously installed a1.25" body lift. If I had only a 1" BL I would of had some trimming to do, but with the 1.25" I fits without. It's tight but so far so good.
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