What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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Just got back into a Jeep last weekend. Picked up an ecodiesel. Put on some running boards yesterday for the wife. Lift should be here this weekend and doing tires in the next day or so. Great to be back. Here is a pic of it after I got it home and cleaned it up.
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Here is a clip of what one FE4 is able to do. I had it temped in to my battery to test it out before install. This is 1 Combo Beam Pattern Flex Era 4.


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I replaced my Pro6 Wide40s on A-Pillar for the new FlexEra4 Combo Beam Pattern. I added a relay and hooked up the amber back light as a running light. When the White light is turned on, the relay kicks off the Amber back light.
 

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Here is a clip of what one FE4 is able to do. I had it temped in to my battery to test it out before install. This is 1 Combo Beam Pattern Flex Era 4.


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I replaced my Pro6 Wide40s on A-Pillar for the new FlexEra4 Combo Beam Pattern. I added a relay and hooked up the amber back light as a running light. When the White light is turned on, the relay kicks off the Amber back light.
I love my XL80s, but the pricing makes KCs worth considering for sure. Nice clip!
 

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In my continuing quest to firm up the front end of my JLR, I installed a Teraflex track bar today. First thing I noticed is the Teraflex weighs almost twice as much as the OEM unit. I was also able to recenter my front axle (wasn't far off, as I only have a 2" spacer lift installed- but it also brought my steering wheel back to dead straight... with the lift it was very slightly rotated before- I know this can be adjusted independent of the track bar, but I never bothered).

The ride is firmer, especially when going over a pothole or bump in the road. I'd say the improvement was less dramatic than it was when I installed the Teraflex Falcon adjustable dampener, but its still a further improvement (my guess is this track bar flexes a bit less and has better bushings than the OEM). It took all of 45 minutes to install (the Jeep stays on the ground during the install, and if I had got the impact out earlier it probably would have only taken 30 minutes). My goal is to get my JLR to "feel" like my F150 FX4 on the road, and this is definitely another step in that direction. Well worth it, IMHO!
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Washed it.....that's all. :CWL:
 

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I did the sound bar speaker mod. It was a slight pain in the balls. I did the dash speakers too and I am happy with the results. The adapter wires were crossed on both. Might tear into those knee panel speakers soon
 

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Oh, set both at 2 clicks in from softest setting, clicks are easily noticed.

I like shocks that don't blowout in 2k....lol.
I can't tell from you pictures but are you at stock height?
 

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I can't tell from you pictures but are you at stock height?
I have a 1/2 shim up front to offset weight of steel bumper-but otherwise yes.

I will re-eval the shim when it comes in
 

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Here is a clip of what one FE4 is able to do. I had it temped in to my battery to test it out before install. This is 1 Combo Beam Pattern Flex Era 4.


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img_9593-jpg.jpg


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I replaced my Pro6 Wide40s on A-Pillar for the new FlexEra4 Combo Beam Pattern. I added a relay and hooked up the amber back light as a running light. When the White light is turned on, the relay kicks off the Amber back light.
I like your channel.
How do those compare to the Pro6?
(Sorry if noted in video, can’t watch at work)
 

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I did the sound bar speaker mod. It was a slight pain in the balls. I did the dash speakers too and I am happy with the results. The adapter wires were crossed on both. Might tear into those knee panel speakers soon
What speakers did you use?
 

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I did the sound bar speaker mod. It was a slight pain in the balls. I did the dash speakers too and I am happy with the results. The adapter wires were crossed on both. Might tear into those knee panel speakers soon
Really nice! Details?
 

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Added a RC 3.5 inch lift kit and 35 inch Patagonias. No rubbing but will need spacers.
When you say no rubbing, do you mean no rubbing on the front tires when wheels are at full lock? If there is no rubbing, why do you need spacers?
 
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