What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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Installed the AEV 2" Spacer Lift on the wife's JL. High quality components but the instructions are really incomplete. If you choose to install one, PM me and I'll fill you in to mitigate some frustrations.



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Pics of the finished product??
 

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I replaced the fender gap rubber tubing that everyone uses to keep debris out of the crevice with some thicker solid core stuff. After about a year on the Jeep, the other popular option people are using had worked its way down in fender gaps, especially in the rear, such that it had become ineffective. I found a cheaper version of the same high quality material that will better maintain its shape and should improve upon it's intended purpose, which is to keep debris rocks, pebbles, and other debris out. I detailed the process here:

https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/posts/927717/

Here is also some end result pics. I actually prefer this look over stock. Looks kinda badass to me and compliments the red/black duo I got going on.

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Got my new KMC Machete's beadlocks in today with the Milestar Patagoinia 37's from Northridge!

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I replaced the fender gap rubber tubing that everyone uses to keep debris out of the crevice with some thicker solid core stuff. After about a year on the Jeep, the other popular option people are using had worked its way down in fender gaps, especially in the rear, such that it had become ineffective. I found a cheaper version of the same high quality material that will better maintain its shape and should improve upon it's intended purpose, which is to keep debris rocks, pebbles, and other debris out. I detailed the process here:

https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/posts/927717/

Here is also some end result pics. I actually prefer this look over stock. Looks kinda badass to me and compliments the red/black duo I got going on.

Welt 5.jpg


Welt 6.jpg


Welt 7.jpg


Welt 8.jpg
Thanks for the post. The other stuff that appeared on ponytail’s YouTube was completely worthless. I’ll give this a try.
 

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Thanks for the post. The other stuff that appeared on ponytail’s YouTube was completely worthless. I’ll give this a try.
For less than $12 for the whole vehicle, there's not much to lose. Install took 8-10 minutes and only tool needed is a knife or scissors to cut it. Hella easy!

I thought the other stuff everyone has been using was great too, but after awhile it lost its effectiveness. Good luck!
 

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I replaced the fender gap rubber tubing that everyone uses to keep debris out of the crevice with some thicker solid core stuff. After about a year on the Jeep, the other popular option people are using had worked its way down in fender gaps, especially in the rear, such that it had become ineffective. I found a cheaper version of the same high quality material that will better maintain its shape and should improve upon it's intended purpose, which is to keep debris rocks, pebbles, and other debris out. I detailed the process here:

https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/posts/927717/

Here is also some end result pics. I actually prefer this look over stock. Looks kinda badass to me and compliments the red/black duo I got going on.

Welt 5.jpg


Welt 6.jpg


Welt 7.jpg


Welt 8.jpg
Looks alot better. Think I’ll replace mine to, great job! Thanks for the update
 

                           
























































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