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  1. Quake LED Taillight (QTE1026) for JL Wrangler...Start Up Animation... Sequential Turn Signal...Plug'n'Play...No Dash Errors!

    Goes without saying, that you get what you pay for. Way to keep it classy Quake LED. I like how you handled it.
  2. Quake LED Taillight (QTE1026) for JL Wrangler...Start Up Animation... Sequential Turn Signal...Plug'n'Play...No Dash Errors!

    New drinking game. Every time he says "alright guys" take a shot. Try not to get liver damage..
  3. Hikari Ultra LED H13 headlight install and review.

    I did an install video on just how easy it is to install LED's into the JL's with the stock halogen headlights. These Hikari's have a great beam pattern and a great price point. Check out the video here. Left side is the original Halogen, and right is the Hikari Ultra's. Nice cut-off...
  4. Ceramic coat your own JL for $50.

    Yes it is. The paint used on the fiberglass is the same as the body. The ceramic coating only effects the top layer of clear coat and it will work just fine.
  5. Ceramic coat your own JL for $50.

    I used it on my plastic fender just fine, and my rubber hood stops. It didnt last long on the rubber, but I would say its safe for vinyl. I will be able to check soon as im going to apply some vinyl to my Jeep and I will test with the spray.
  6. Ceramic coat your own JL for $50.

    Looks really nice! Also, good choice in color. Best color option for sure. =) Im a bit bias though.
  7. Ceramic coat your own JL for $50.

    Great writeup! I think I need to buy a buffing machine to really take things to the next level on my coat. I have a bit of swirls in my paint and the only way to really take them down is to use a buffer.
  8. Ceramic coat your own JL for $50.

    Very good. Its like Teflon for your paint. With a proper coating, the bugs should just wash right off if they stick at all. If you watch the end of my video, a bird dropped a turd on my hood, and it beaded up like water and rain washed it away.
  9. Ceramic coat your own JL for $50.

    One thing I forgot to say in the video is if you drop your clay bar, toss it out. Dont risk dragging an embedded rock across your paint. Not worth it. Also check your clay often, so you dont make extra swirl marks. Would love to see the results of the Wolfgang Ceramic spray!
  10. Ceramic coat your own JL for $50.

    Thanks for the links. After using the retail stuff, I would not mind going a step up just to see the difference. Maybe make another episode with higher quality stuff and its style of application.
  11. Ceramic coat your own JL for $50.

    I dont know as I never used Seal and Shine. From the reviews online, it seems that the seal and shine will resist chemicals better, but nobody has done a long term test. As I said in my video, my ceramic coat did last for 3 months before I re-applied a new coat for the video, but I live near...
  12. Ceramic coat your own JL for $50.

    I made a video on how you can ceramic coat your own JL for under $50 and also cover cleaning your Jeep using a clay bar. This stuff really makes washing your jeep easy.
  13. My Blue JL! Cheap mods you can do yourself!

    My latest video on how to silence your noisy hard top!
  14. Cant afford $300-$500 for hardtop headliners? Make it yourself!

    Just some Rustoleum from a rattle can. Make sure to scuff the surface up really well with a scotch bright pad, mask out the screw holes after taking off the hardware, and use primer. So far its working well.
  15. Backup Lights

    These worked for me. I saw many solutions like expanding anchors at the hardware store. https://www.acehardware.com/departments/hardware/screws-and-anchors/anchors/5333281
  16. My Blue JL! Cheap mods you can do yourself!

    My next mod is done! I really like the results and makes backing up at night a lot safer.
  17. My Blue JL! Cheap mods you can do yourself!

    Thanks for the suggestion. Im considering some old style tube bumpers. They cost $250 and I had a set on my old 1988 Wranger for nostalgia, but these do look nice and are at a good price point! https://www.extremeterrain.com/redrock-4x4-tubular-front-bumper-textured-black-1819-jeep-jl.html
  18. Backup Lights

    My solution. I purchased a 7 pin hitch connector and wired it into that. This way I can unplug it when I tow something. Very clean and bright! In total, it only ran me $50 for the entire install. I made a video of it if anyone wants to do the same.
  19. How long should I wait until I wash my new JL

    As they say, "to each their own". Personally, I love the way my Ocean Blue looks, and wash it almost every week. Right now with the trees dumping pollen on my Jeep its driving me insane! Dont get me wrong, jeeps gonna get dirty, but thats not excuse to having it look nice ;) I ceramic coated...
  20. Save a ton on paint protection. Plasti-dip your grill!

    Thanks for the info! I think I will do that on the leading edge of my hood. The grill does seem like a super complex peace to do and its why I did the plasti-dip.
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