What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

DavidArmen

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They do both, provided you include your email address when mailing the sample to the lab.

The PDF oil report in the email is higher quality, when printed, than is the hard copy that is later mailed to you. Odd. I now just toss the hard copy report, as I've long since reviewed, printed and filed the PDF report.

Anyway, I believe it's money well spent, David. I've been using Blackstone for years now.
Thank you, I completely agree it’s well worth the peace of mind. I’m waiting for my first report for my 2021 JL!
 

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I took off the top and drove her naked through town, wound up that 3.0 diesel, shifted my own gears, and wished it was a manual.

I didn't get jealous, all them folks looking at the little gal without her top on... hell I knew who she was going home with!!
 

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Did you just reinstall the seat bolts? I imagine you don’t want to leave the holes empty. Once I’m done with this 2nd part time job I work (have a crew that goes with me so need the rear seats) I plan on removing the rear seats.
I did re-install the seat bolts. The cool thing is I can uninstall the shelf and put the seats back in in approximately 15 minutes. There is one bolt hole that I did not reinstall. It is the bolt that holds the seat belt in the middle of the tub. It has a retainer clip that keeps the bolt with the seat when it is removed. I will probably get another bolt to spin in its place. down the road. I imagine that I will eventually buy the 60% delete seat bracket and put the small seat back in, sometime in the future. This will require me to cut the existing platform in half to make room for the seat. Time will tell. We have a big trip planned starting in January and it will be two Jeeps and three total people. So I may put the seat back in so that if necessary we can all fit in one Jeep if needed.

Time will tell.
 

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Wow been a while since I posted here. Took me 3 years to do this mod LOL. But I got her new shoes. Fuel Trophy wrapped in Nitto Ridge Grapplers, 285x70x17. Took me hours and hours of research and contemplation, but I think I picked the best wheel and tire set for her. I love the look. Still on stock suspension for now.

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I finished installing Clayton's 3.5 Overland+. It took about 9 hours total with my wife helping. (and a little help from the kids) The parts quality was very high and besides a few hang ups the install was straight forward.

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