Daylight Savings Time is this Weekend | What’s your best < 1 hr mod?

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For those of us in states that partake, this weekend is Daylight Savings Time. Since we get an extra hour, what are your suggestions for mods that can be done in less than 60 minutes?





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Two for one - OCD Console Organizer and my super simple solution for cord management. Small hole through the console wall positioned by e-brake cowl.

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I agree. LED headlights where the best u see hour mod I have done
 

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Well...not the Mopar LEDs. The headlamps can be swapped in 30 minutes, but rewiring, hooking up and activating the halos takes half a day of work...

Adding a headliner can be pretty quick, and should help retain the heat inside the cabin.

On the photo below: the areas that are iced over have headliner underneath; the bare areas do not.
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Well...not the Mopar LEDs. The headlamps can be swapped in 30 minutes, but rewiring, hooking up and activating the halos takes half a day of work...

Adding a headliner can be pretty quick, and should help retain the heat inside the cabin.

On the photo below: the areas that are iced over have headliner underneath; the bare areas do not.
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thats a great picture showing the headliner working the way it was meant too!
 

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The B&M extended t-case lever, Agency6 freedom panel latches, and ATP a-pillar grab handles took a combined hour to install.
 

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Lubed all the rubber seals on the tailgate and rear hatch with Dilectric silicone grease the other day. All of the squeaky, creaky noise in the back is gone now. Well worth the 15 minutes spent. Next I will do the freedom panel seals.
 

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Is that just for looks or does it make the shift easier?
It both extends the lever and angles it towards the driver and a bit forward. It makes it easier to grab and its extra leverage gives more control to avoid overshooting the mode you're wanting.
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