Life lesson. if you’re going to wheel your Jeep, put skid plates on before, not after. Just spent an hour removing the mangled factory skids. Cross members squashed, bolt heads smooshed. Nasty business.
It may have been your post that prompted me to do so. It does look better. I made the mistake and did one in the cold... very hard to remove and lots of leftover adhesive. I had to make a trip to get some Goo Gone and did the second one after it had been parked in the sun. That one peeled easily and left no residue. Lesson learned. LOLMuch improved!
Removing the Wrangler sticker was the first thing I did when I got home. The second was the stubby antenna.
Glad to hear you’re keeping it! Love the colorI gave my Jeep a bath.
That might seem quite ordinary, but I've had six months of fighting steering issues and FCA and have seriously considered lemon-lawing it (I have posted about it in The Steering Thread, so won't reiterate here). We decided a few days ago that since I love my Jeep and it is otherwise solid and so much fun, that we would fix the steering independently of FCA. I ordered the PSC steering kit and hope it have it installed this week.
So, since I'm keeping my Jeep and the steering will be fixed, it was high time for a bath .
I *love* the orange. Your Jeep looks great!Glad to hear you’re keeping it! Love the color
Can I ask which Warn that is you have on the front and which mounting plate you went with?
@RagTopDeluxe Thank you for the info. The tight fit and pita were exactly what I was wondering about. Much appreciated!This thread was helpful with the installation. It was a real pita because it was a tight fit: [URL said:
Looks very nice. What kind of brake light do you have on your spare wheel/tire?EVO HD Hinge Tire Carrier
67 design phone mount
Metal Cloak 3.5” Dual Rate Lift
37” Nitto Ridge Grapplers
Fuel Beast 20”
(Cant take credit for the work on lift and wheels though)
Took delivery of this JLUR two weeks ago. Been really fun so far!