What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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Finished my Rustys off road tie rod and drag link. They really are beefy. Now hopefully I’ll actually get a day I could get her off-road. (Hopefully I could get out with the Flor crew on the 18th) I was a little confused on this though, it calls for the toe to be set at “0” or 1/32” toe out. Right now I’m at 1/32” toe in, im gonna reach out to them in the AM

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No but I work in a sketchy neighborhood... my coworker got his Honda CR-V stolen on 07/03.
The lights do NOT have the blind spot monitor, it's just a plastic trim piece. Got them on Amazon. Kiwi Master.

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They look great, can't seem to find ones made for the blind spot without spending $450! Thanks!
 

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Installed a hood latch lock, locking fuel filler door, soft tonneau cover, smoked LED taillights, and a hidden GPS tracker.

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I can’t believe no one asked yet...any pics of where you hid the hidden tracker? ;)
 

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Didn’t get it all done today but just finished doing a few little adjustments...and I did take it on a small photo shoot today b/c it was too perfect to pass up. Still waiting for my bumpers and winch. And trying to decide if I went to go black on my badges and Jeep logo.

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Love that grille, ready to surf it
 

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Yeah! Flat magnetic washer. In the filter so you can catch anything before it goes through the system. However all my oil and diff fluids were perfect.
I'd have to see this.... Not something I would consider doing.
 

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Not today, but last week, I finally got my shocks, took 3 months (covid) , but it was well worth the wait. These things are awesome! I haven’t got to wheel with them yet, probably this weekend. But I’ve been messing with them on the highway and all I can say is....wow! It’s sweet to be able to dial in the handling. I’m still messing with them but so far I’m liking less nose dive braking, and less squat accelerating. Corners like a stock car.
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Also I got the ones for a 4.5-6” lift so I wouldn’t give up any extended length.

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Not today, but last week, I finally got my shocks, took 3 months (covid) , but it was well worth the wait. These things are awesome! I haven’t got to wheel with them yet, probably this weekend. But I’ve been messing with them on the highway and all I can say is....wow! It’s sweet to be able to dial in the handling. I’m still messing with them but so far I’m liking less nose dive braking, and less squat accelerating. Corners like a stock car.
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Also I got the ones for a 4.5-6” lift so I wouldn’t give up any extended length.

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Copycat, but it looks so good!
 
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Not today, but last week, I finally got my shocks, took 3 months (covid) , but it was well worth the wait. These things are awesome! I haven’t got to wheel with them yet, probably this weekend. But I’ve been messing with them on the highway and all I can say is....wow! It’s sweet to be able to dial in the handling. I’m still messing with them but so far I’m liking less nose dive braking, and less squat accelerating. Corners like a stock car.


Also I got the ones for a 4.5-6” lift so I wouldn’t give up any extended length.
I've had the same shocks on mine for about two weeks and LOVE them. Curious how many clicks from full soft are you running the large knob? I'm at 4 clicks off full soft.
 

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I've had the same shocks on mine for about two weeks and LOVE them. Curious how many clicks from full soft are you running the large knob? I'm at 4 clicks off full soft.
I’m still experimenting, but right now I’m at 2 clicks on high speed, and 5 on the low speed.
 

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I'm still sticking to light stuff, planning on tackling more complex/spendy stuff soon enough. Pulled the Wrangler Sport stickers from both sides easy enough, but removing the dealership sticker was a pain - of course each letter was individually cut :mad:

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Luckily the sun had beat on that spot all day, so though I had to scrape each digit off, they came simple enough. I then found they'd used something like triple the required adhesive, just to insure you made a nasty mess if you tried. So, ran to to the store and grabbed some goo gone:

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While I was at it, I went ahead and gave her the inaugural home wash, and added another Easter egg or two of my own:

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I know this may not be the correct place to ask, but what are y'all using for your cleaning care?
 
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