What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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Had a JKS 2-1/2” lift kit installed. Tires and rims are on their way, hopefully Friday
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its a great kit! i have their 2.5" with the adjustable LCA. works well off road
 

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Installed some trim lok rubber seals in the crack of the fenders to keep those little rocks out :like:

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Great idea!
 

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How difficult is it to get the freedom top latches opened and closed with the Jtops installed now? I have the dual top as well and looking at the Jtops. I assume that front piece flips back to address the two latches at the sun visors?
here are pics of access to the front and rear latches. Again the front section of the jtop folds back. The back latches are accessible through the cutout if needed or they can also be engaged by working them by pushing with the fabric. The side latches have to be manipulated “through“ the fabric.

Here is a video from the jtop website showing installation of hardtop and freedom panels while leaving jtop sunshade in place.


Here is a video of leaving it on under a soft top


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hope this answers your questions and helps
 

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Installed some trim lok rubber seals in the crack of the fenders to keep those little rocks out :like:

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During

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I did that too. It keeps the rocks out but fine sand will still get in there. You may have to remove it to clean , and then reinstall.
 

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Added this "bumper" license tag holder... I just thought it looked rugged cute. Ofcourse it didnt fit (grrr) so a lil saw action was needed across the top, but I'm super pleased with the results! The screws bother me.. gotta go find that black paint now.... happy jeepin my friends!

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THey complement the Jeep well!
 

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I did these for about half of the cost. I will likely go back and flush the tweeters in.

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Did those require removing the soundbar as well?
 

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I installed the amber LP4 Pros earlier tonight. Between those and the Squadron Pro spots and floods, I think I'm good with forward lighting now.
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Just the white Squadron Pros
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And the amber LP4 Pros
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MY EYES!
 
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