What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

DavidArmen

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Not done "to" it yet...but I did notice the 37s didn't affect mileage at all so far.
37s on stock wheels? That looks dope af!
Did you install any spacers? Looks like you didn’t?! If there’s no rubbing with 37s on stock rubicon wheels with no spacers that’s amazing.
 

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Busy weekend. First installed Hammerhead Ravager front bumper.
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Then, installed Artec Spare Tire delete kit with lights.
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Then finished up with Brawlee Liftgate LED
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I installed a Rockhard 4x4 stubby bumper and fixed my steering. If anyone else does the stubby, do things in this order: 1. Install winch. 2. Install foglights, 3. Install bumper. Have strong friends around to help. Heavy bumper is that much worse after adding winch. Other orders result in creative word choices.
Steering fix was done by a professional, as it’s beyond my skill level.

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I installed a Rockhard 4x4 stubby bumper and fixed my steering. If anyone else does the stubby, do things in this order: 1. Install winch. 2. Install foglights, 3. Install bumper. Have strong friends around to help. Heavy bumper is that much worse after adding winch. Other orders result in creative word choices.
Steering fix was done by a professional, as it’s beyond my skill level.

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I am jealous... I need that PSC steering that I see under there..... I had a heck of a time in SD on all of the rocks...
 

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37s on stock wheels? That looks dope af!
Did you install any spacers? Looks like you didn’t?! If there’s no rubbing with 37s on stock rubicon wheels with no spacers that’s amazing.
Most of the rubbing was against the rollbars. (look closer at where the 37s are)
 

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Hi Mate, i am planning to install the same Cable Gland for my Solar Panel (and light wires). Would you mind sharing few photos from inside the jeep to show how it looks? also did you use your drill bits for the cable or used hole saw for a larger intake? I have 3 pair of cables going through, wondering if i should use hole saw or just 3 set of drill?

Thanks!
I used the hole saw that came with the kit to cut the hole in the grommet and then assembled it loosely and marked the roof to then use a drill bit to go through the roof. I also plan to run two more cables, this is a great cable gland for multiple cables. I have the headliners so it is hidden quite nicely.

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