Western suburbs of Chicago here... soft top is now in the 'up' position, and will go back 'down' as soon as a 48 hour or more stretch of warmer temps arrives. Same with doors.
Hard top does not go on until the threat of snow hits (I don't want that weight on top of my soft top).
You really know how to break a guy's heart... I was hoping for an easy-to-install alternative to the Oracle lights (which apparently also have moisture issues) but I'm not handy in the way you are to make those spacers and bezels. Really great job though...
It seems the best solution is for me to buy two more Jeeps. I’ll put a Fumoto in one, a Valvomax on the other and a Femco on the third.
I’ll love them all, and will be the envy of everyone on the Forum. 😛
Thanks all for the feedback!
I would have never thought of using the engine compartment for storage of anything. Very creative.
All good feedback on this forum... I'm still torn, but guess $26.78 for Fumoto (short) vs $49.99 for Valvomax might help me decide.
What do the experts think about this gun magnet to hold the metal filings at the bottom of the oil pan?
It seems most of them only have rubber covers that stay on with screws, but that would play will on an oil pan, and I don't want to lose the cover.
I'm looking at doing oil change #2 in a couple months, so wanted to decide now on which plug brand I'm going to go. I know this isn't a choice that costs a lot, but I'd like to land on one and just stick with it.
The forum search seems to show more chatter about Fumoto, I like the "idea" of...
Interesting... I just found that thread on the issue. I do have a plastic rear bumper, so fitment should be less of an issue than it is for the steel bumper... but the water/moisture is concerning. I wonder if they corrected that. I see Oracle warrantied the product, but the hassle...
I want to hate this... but this may be just what I need for brighter reverse lights. All the other features are just icing on the cake.
I was planning on going with the ORACLE Lighting Rear Bumper LED Reverse Lights... but that requires the removal of the whole bumper to install. This looks...
Wow... great answer. Thank you, and the devil in in the details; so I see your self ascribed rambling as super helpful.
Any reccos on a good brand of microfiber towel? I swear the ones I have leave more lint (or what appears to be lint) behind than a regular towel. I don't wash them with...