To you both - there's always the "Pay It Forward" forum, where you can offer up or solicit takeoffs and ultimately get rid of - or find - what you're looking for....if you're patient enough. Especially if you're good for the shipping charges.I so wish a good Samaritan from the USA would be prepared to ship their take-off unused plastic Rubi front bumper to me in South Africa (I will pay for shipping).
maybe one day my "What did you do TO your Jeep today" post can showcase what a Rubicon should look like (Euro bumper is really ugly).
How many base/clear coat cans did you need?I masked them off and got color matched paint cans from Automotive Touchup (google them). I sanded down the rough coating, 2 coats of primer, sand again, 2 coats of paint, 2 coats of clearcoat... Spraying was easy, but masking them off took about 30 minutes per fender. I waited 45 minutes per coat.
That looks great, those type of links are the best way to go with Rubi electro disconnect, IMO. ....... looks like the bolt hit your inner fender when stuffed. Been there, lol. If you turn the bolt around you get about 3/8” more clearance, also you can flatten out your sway bar angle by shortening up the links and it still won’t straighten out at full droop and risk flipping....... just some $.02.Added new rpm steering sway links.
You may have a long wait, mate. Are there any local aftermarket alternatives?I so wish a good Samaritan from the USA would be prepared to ship their take-off unused plastic Rubi front bumper to me in South Africa (I will pay for shipping).
I want this exact configuration, but the soft top frame assembly prevents it. Oh well.
No, that's precisely where the folding arm box (if that's the correct term) is located. Trust me, I've brainstormed this one.Could you mount it so the fire extinguisher is aligned on the inside of the roll bar?
I mounted mine on the outside of the roll bar, but I’m using a webbing/Velcro holder. Works fine with the soft top.