I've had my FrontRunner table for a few years now and it's a solid product.
- No rattles
- Super strong
- Has cutting board
- Meets middle ground for pricing
- Install requires expansion of one of the pre-drilled holes on the back of the table. Not a big deal.
- The included...
Material availability logistics are nuts right now. Cottage companies around the US are being hit hard just like the big industry leaders out there.
I've been trying to put together a semi-ultralight hiking and bikepacking setup for a friend, but lead times are long or nothing more than a best...
KBB estimates my JLUR 2018 at about 47k with 18k miles. That's nuts considering it sold this time last year for 34k
I'd like to say I've found a scenario where it makes sense to get rid of it, but there isn't one. Sure, I could strip the aftermarket mods, but I'd still play a loosing game at...
Filling the gaps helped a ton, but it's not completely gone. Still a faint whistle after you reach about 30-40 mph.
I'm betting there are some gaps I didn't notice and/or it's just a multi-faceted issue with different wind routes.
I may try to strip caulk it next time the window is down.
I'm currently trying to track down a whistle from the windshield/A Pillers.
It's a 2018, so there is no foam at all. I've put a small bead of silicone in between the weld gaps, and I've cleaned / lubricated the rubber seals.
I'm hoping that helps, but I'm guessing this won't fix the issue...
Is it a rotational rhythmic (i.e. clicking, etc.), or a metal rubbing/grinding sound?
If it's rotational and rhythmic with the wheel speed, then it may be ball joints. Easy for the dealership to diagnose and fix.
My Sport had that issue around 7500 miles.
If it's rubbing or grinding, then...
I've used both the DR900X-2CH (Current) and the BlackSys CH200 dashcams.
I liked them both.
The only drawback I've had with the BlackView is it records short clips and no full videos in addition to incident clips like the BlackSys did.
The only drawback I had with the BlackSys was it's size...
I'd check your state laws and the types of fronts they have. It may be they are non-reflective, etc. I.e. they won't reflect back towards oncoming drivers...
Mine have transparent amber covers and I've been told that meets requirements... Now, if a cop wanted me to have a bad day, then they...
+1 to @conFUcius advice above. Local and state can vary, but if your offroad lights are above your headlights then I'd suggest leaving the covers on if you have them. It's easy and will help avoid any issues.
As a recent example, a buddy of mine was pulled over for an uncovered led bar below...
I didn't want the stainless steel look, so I went for the Plus with the blacked out hardware.
I'm happy with my purchase. Hell, even the dealership guys like it.
With the quality this kit has, I think you'll be happy with either decision.
Did the dealer use silicone to seal the welds? Taking mine in on Thursday to get a leak on both passenger and drivers side top doors looked at. If you're driving in the rain and take a turn, you'll get wet.
Passenger Side Leak
Drivers Side Leak
An update as it relates to the Sunrider in that this issue has nothing to do with it! :)
To be fair to @Bestop I took the Sunrider off this afternoon and took a hose to each door after putting the freedom panels on... the results? Well, they leak worse without the Sunrider.
So, my guess is...
@Bestop heavy rain today, and noticed that the passenger area leaks water when making a right turn.
I took a video and did some searching, and it looks like the leak is coming from where the sundrider clamps down or where it mates to the top... similar area to the tape @Mantacon mentions in...
Midland 275 GMRS w/Magnetic Mic on a 67designs arm off of the grab handle. The actual 275 body is attached on the inside of a Molle Panel Wheel Well plate ( https://www.molle-platform-solutions.com/product-page/jl-jeep-wrangler-molle-fender-well-panel-drivers-side ) between the panel and body of...