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      What tint are they when the lights are off?
      They are clear, but black housings. Here is a link.

      https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XRXTX32/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

      Also side note...is that the Genright bumper? Im ready to do away with the smitty stinger and go with the stinger/grill hoop. I was looking at either the Genright or Motobuilt. Leaning towards the Motobuilt as of now.
      No, I went a cheaper route cost wise and combined a procomp lower bumper with the warrior grill hoop and stinger.

      Bumper was $90 when I purchased it, can't remember where from. A quick search pulled up this.
      https://www.morris4x4center.com/procomp-rock-crawler-front-bumper-w-d-ring-shackles-black-66162.html

      Grill hoop and stinger.
      https://www.amazon.com/Warrior-Products-59020-Stinger-Wrangler/dp/B004JB2Z3Q
       
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      Loved my Genright on my LJ. Same look... I should have done it again but was saving a few bucks w the PS one.. No Hoop. But might install a DIY hoop
      Ya both Genright and Motobiilt are pretty proud of those bumpers but thats still aways down the road for me so I still have some time to decide.

      They are clear, but black housings. Here is a link.

      https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XRXTX32/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

      No, I went a cheaper route cost wise and combined a procomp lower bumper with the warrior grill hoop and stinger.

      Bumper was $90 when I purchased it, can't remember where from. A quick search pulled up this.
      https://www.morris4x4center.com/procomp-rock-crawler-front-bumper-w-d-ring-shackles-black-66162.html

      Grill hoop and stinger.
      https://www.amazon.com/Warrior-Products-59020-Stinger-Wrangler/dp/B004JB2Z3Q
      Funny, those are the same LED's I have saved in my cart on Amazon right now. I like the look of them a lot just haven't decided if I want to get rid of the old school look yet. That not bad when you piece the bumper and parts together. However, I am lazy and like minimal work nowadays after working on my jeep for 4 straight years :laugh:

      Edit: I still have a gift card to metal cloak so maybe I'll consider using their frame bumper as a base and adding the warrior hoop/stinger.... hmmm.
       
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      Thanks. Yeah as soon as I get a new chain it should be a piece of cake. Looks A lot like my to do list. Since I do not know the vehicles history, or how many people have owned my XJ. I'm assuming the worst and will be doing a lot of maintenance work. Question. When you installed the LED headlights did you do the H4 conversion as well? Ive read that the stock harness has a smaller wire that produces less power to the heads. It is the h4 conversion not needed?
      So the ones I bought off Amazon were already plug and play with the original 6054 bulb harness. It also has a lead wire come off of it that you can wire to whatever signal you want for the outer daytime running lights, or you can do like I did, just tape the terminal ends and not wire them up, and they come on when you have your lights off, in essence becoming DRLs basically when your headlights are off (of course they're also on when your headlights are turned on, also). So far I LOVE them and have zero issues with them from the start. Great fitment, plug and play, and perfect light throw/beam with a decent cutoff. Here's the link to them:

      https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B06X...headlights&dpPl=1&dpID=61q+-fVZeDL&ref=plSrch

      Love 'em.

      And yeah I was in the same boat. I bought my old girl as-is, not running and took a total leap of faith on it, but seeing the overall condition I figured it had to be decent. Thankfully the odds were in my favor; needed nothing more than a new coil, alternator, and a belt to get her going. Being at just over a 100k, I figured why take a chance, and just use this as my major interval to get EVERYTHING done, so I did ALL fluids, flushed if necessary, all filters, all serviceable maintenance parts, and a new front end since the parts are available to me cheap (parts manager for a major dealership), and then handling the rest as it comes about. Needless to say my goal is to properly restore this jeep to 100% over the winter before I move into modifications. My goal is to hopefully build this jeep the "right" way this time, any getting it cheap helps to put the money into the "right" parts. Still trying to keep this jeep on a cheap budget all in however.
       
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      So the ones I bought off Amazon were already plug and play with the original 6054 bulb harness. It also has a lead wire come off of it that you can wire to whatever signal you want for the outer daytime running lights, or you can do like I did, just tape the terminal ends and not wire them up, and they come on when you have your lights off, in essence becoming DRLs basically when your headlights are off (of course they're also on when your headlights are turned on, also). So far I LOVE them and have zero issues with them from the start. Great fitment, plug and play, and perfect light throw/beam with a decent cutoff. Here's the link to them:

      https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B06X...headlights&dpPl=1&dpID=61q+-fVZeDL&ref=plSrch

      Love 'em.

      And yeah I was in the same boat. I bought my old girl as-is, not running and took a total leap of faith on it, but seeing the overall condition I figured it had to be decent. Thankfully the odds were in my favor; needed nothing more than a new coil, alternator, and a belt to get her going. Being at just over a 100k, I figured why take a chance, and just use this as my major interval to get EVERYTHING done, so I did ALL fluids, flushed if necessary, all filters, all serviceable maintenance parts, and a new front end since the parts are available to me cheap (parts manager for a major dealership), and then handling the rest as it comes about. Needless to say my goal is to properly restore this jeep to 100% over the winter before I move into modifications. My goal is to hopefully build this jeep the "right" way this time, any getting it cheap helps to put the money into the "right" parts. Still trying to keep this jeep on a cheap budget all in however.
      Thank you. Man those look sweet. Kinda similar to the ones I were looking at on eBay. Had to check the description to make sure they fit 6054 harness. They do. XD

      https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/302526252782

      I feel it man. With 204, I won't risk it. Better be safe then sorry. Replace and check everything. Haha. Maybe I should get a job at Baxter's Auto Parts. I'd love the discounts.
       
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      I recently bought my 16 year old daughter a 1994 XJ and she loves it. It's had a considerable amount of work already done to it, but the headlights are crap, and I need to replace them. Before I do the same H4 upgrade I've done to my YJ, I'm wondering if any of you have had any good experiences with the newer LED technology that's available? I'll likely upgrade her wiring harness next week regardless, but I'd like to see what options may be out there. I can find a bunch to choose from, but all seem to have some bad reviews.

      Thanks!
      https://www.amazon.com/Headlights-W...lights+led&dpPl=1&dpID=61q+-fVZeDL&ref=plSrch

      I bought these a while back and they work 74.56% better than stock you can wire the sides up to your running lights so they look like halos

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