Keep an eye on the rubber tubbing, I have to continuously tuck it back in. You may want to go just a little deeperQuite an eventful few days in Jeep modding, so this is a bit of a wrap up.
Full PremiumShield Elite SH Paint Protection Gloss Wrap & Hood Flare
Rugged Ridge Elite Headlight Guards
Vector OffRoad Full Width E-Dock
67 Designs Phone Holders x2
GPCA GP-Grip PRO x2
Rubber tubing to close gap between fenders and body
No reason except I hadn’t seen it done yet and so I wanted to wait. You just use your trim tool and pop off the liner from the inside. Some may be to loose to keep it this way but I didn’t pay to close attention.That looks great! Any reason in particular you retained the lower trim on the fender flare? Asking bc I’m awaiting the AAL liners, but have begun work to remove the flares and plastic liner in prep. I think I will remove the lower trim. I’m curious how you removed the factory liners without screwing up the plastic fasteners / rivets that line the lower trim piece on the flare?
no, an unbranded eBay kit, but no additional wiring needed, just direct plug into the harness on the Jeep, same fittings. Just did jscan mods. Lights have a sequential turn signal, it has a “hick up” every now and then, but goes away after a second. I’m looking into that. But otherwise it’s perfect.So you did the aftermarket flare kit from Mopar it sounds like. So no additional wiring to your Sport harness? Just needed to enable LED DRL options and all worked. Thanks