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the rear bumper seems to be so close to the bumpers used on the Ram D100 trucks. I’ve actually considered finding a Ram truck one to compare. Looking at my original it wouldn’t surprise me they took the Ram truck ones and cut off the brackets and welded new ones.
Getting a dismantled Postal top back on…. I don’t wish this evil on anyone
Ok. Drama queen in check - it wasn’t horrible but not what I imagined. I still have the 6 door pieces to install and final gap alignment but not being able to put the windshield up for the final time has stopped me in...
RC stands for Rough Country = 'nuff said
I also have never liked how RC stuff rides - both their leaf spring set-ups and coil springs. I have driven many of both.
@DOJOLOACH if interested you are welcome to come take a ride in my BDS equipped Scrambler. it's only 2.5" and it's a front YJ...
No leaks at all and it runs like a champ once it’s fired up. It just looses all pressure when it sits. The Force Fuel tank is fully serviceable and taking it apart takes little effort / time. I’ll take it apart and check the internal filters.
Heat issues seem to be solved. Time will tell …..
now I have a new problem. I hope I didn’t jinx myself earlier talking about how I’ve had nothing but good things to say about FiTech and my experiences with them In both this Jeep and multiple others.
The Jeep sat for 3 months without being...
I get a buddy to stand in the Jeep and hold the windshield in position while I loosen the 4 bolts on the brackets. Then he slowly and evenly applies pulling pressure until it doesn’t seem to want to move anymore and then I snug the 4 bolts back down. Rinse and repeat often
FWIW - CRC Powdercoating in Mooresville will blast and powder coat your frame for less than $500 which includes transfer skid and other small bits usually. There are pros and cons to powder versus paint but for me personally I always pick powder coat. Just a thought. I do their...