What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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Nice Jeep. Watch your doors for water leaks. There was a forum thread by someone who wrote he put those door sills on and that lip that goes over edge made his door rubber seal leak some. He said didn't seal well with that lip over the edge. Just FYI.

Thank you! Hmmm. So there is definitely water on the top of the door sill protector when it rains, is that what you mean? Or do you mean water actually getting in over the lip and into the Jeep cabin?
 

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Mounted the 275/70/18 KO2s yesterday. All five are set. Ran them at 36PSI yesterday, and dropped them to 34 today. Softened the ride up some and tracks nicely.

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Nice Jeep !! I too installed the 275/70/R18 BFG KO2's 33's 4 Wheel Parts installed small Lift and tires. BFG Tech recommended 40 PSI and that's what they did. I drove few days and little firmer ride. I read some forums since I am New Jeep Owner and they said air down to 35 PSI I felt difference right away. The weather turned little cold here and PSI dropped to 33 last week. I like the ride much better now too.
 

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Thank you! Hmmm. So there is definitely water on the top of the door sill protector when it rains, is that what you mean? Or do you mean water actually getting in over the lip and into the Jeep cabin?
I can try to find his thread. He said it did come in from under the bottom door seal where the RR door sill had that lip over. Someone added that the new RR sills corrected that. Not sure when he bought his. Just might keep eye on that area during heavy rain and driving.
 

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Thank you! Hmmm. So there is definitely water on the top of the door sill protector when it rains, is that what you mean? Or do you mean water actually getting in over the lip and into the Jeep cabin?
I am sorry for the earlier comment. It was the Quadratech Door sills. My Bad. Didn't find thread from person with water inside but this below made comment about water. I would just keep eye on sill. If you can't see light coming in you are good. I went with the Mopar Door sills after I had read that thread. No lip on those. :facepalm:

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Installed the Quadratech door entry guards yesterday. The have been on back order since June and I was eager to get them on to add some protection for the otherwise fully exposed door sills that are just waiting to be scratched up. Got them on and they look awesome. Then, I was sitting inside and noticed a speck of light coming into the cabin, precisely from where the guards have been installed. No wonder people were complaining about water getting into the cabin after driving in the rain. So these things have got to come off and go back to Quadratech asap. Can anyone tell me if it is safe to just pull them off. Will this approach take the paint with it. I know they are using 3M adhesive tape, which is some pretty strong stuff. Why would Quadratech continue to produce and sell something that is obviously flawed. Seriously pissed about this. :mad::angry:
 

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Nice Jeep !! Did you get your Sting Gray Badge from ThirtyOne ? I haven't put mine on yet. Where did you find the Sting Gray Decal ?
Yes badges are from ThirtyOne. I added some red to make it go with the Jeep trail rated badge. Sting Gray Edition decals are from Pixel. Everything came out great. Looks good.
Btw...........thank you ThirtyOne and Don at Pixel.
 

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Yes badges are from ThirtyOne. I added some red to make it go with the Jeep trail rated badge. Sting Gray Edition decals are from Pixel. Everything came out great. Looks good.
Btw...........thank you ThirtyOne and Don at Pixel.
How hard is it to get Decal on straight ? I have been looking at decals but not sure how easy it is to do straight and remove bubbles if any.
 

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