Have nothing but good comments about FF..... Very happy with the product.
Blaster just came out with their version of FF also.... Haven't heard any comments about it yet, they usually make good products also.
I miss typed....I had all 4 doors and hood repainted (plus 10 updated hinges).. The Hood only had one very small bubble on the front edge only.... but required completely repainting the hood plus decals and hinges
Not a perfect match (but very close)... Can see the difference in certain light...
FYI..... I had a small bubble on the front lower lip of the hood (none at hinges or anywhere else)….. Was told that both updated hinges were needed with repairs. Any panel that is removed for repair will require hinge replacement .... Just my experience
Those specs will NOT cause any pull issues. (The slightly higher caster on right front could cause slight drift to left if any direction). Vehicle will drift/pull to the lower caster side.
The difference is minimal.
I suspect possibly they had front tires off? Could be a tire pull? Swap front...
Agree with you..... Mine are about 2 years old, very happy with their product. Highly recommended.
Also very happy with customer service. My original order was apparently lost by FedEx, they promptly sent me another set, no questions asked. 👍
I purchased the Fluid Film kit.. Came with two 18" wands with different spray tips... Spray as much in the frame as it will reach.... Just don't overdue it... The excess will just run etc.. Nice even coat works best
It doesn't hurt to spray pretty much everything.... I wouldn't go heavy on the driveshaft (will attract debris etc)
I've done mine for 4 northern Ohio winters, very happy with results. No visible rust anywhere. The standard goes on with a yellowish color (but changes to just a wet look).... The...
Fortunately I've got a lift at work. Just applied the end of my original gallon container of FF. Has been through 3 northern Ohio winters.... All I can say is "find the rust" you won't find it... Highly recommend FF!
That's a retainer for the rotor.... Not required after vehicle is built. I was told but a UAW worker that when the vehicle is built, the Jeep is rotated/flipped on the assembly line....keeps them in place.
They also make it easier when replacing brakes to install pads..... keeps the rotor from...