What did you do TO your Jeep JL today?

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Jeetops? Did you need to do the loaners? Time?
Yup, Jeetops with loaners.

I don’t remember the exact time it took, but I didn’t mind since I had loaners. Maybe 6-8 weeks from start to finish?

Note: mine are painted with raptor for a black finish; when you receive them from Jeeptop they still have a white interior frame (i.e. the same finish as the standard hard top).
 

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500whp 392 on 93 Octane tune :muscle:

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Mind sharing what brand/type/size tires are on the 392? Can’t quite make it out.
 

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I finished insulating my top by making my own... Worked good on my JKUR so I did the same thing for my JL.

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Would love a write up on how!
 

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Added some Pixeldecals two color vent decals today. Adds some character to that area. Using these as a test to see how I like the quality. So far impressed with the material and color. The red matches the red on the Rubicon hood decals very close. I tried to match the width of the red border on the Rubicon decal. I've applied lots of large decals to semi trucks and trailers before, so install was easy peasy. Took about 30 minutes to do both sides not including drying time.
Thinking about adding the two color hood decal later. Maybe.

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Perfect I have the same ones going on my hydro blue 392. @pixeldecals made one with a gold matching color to the accents of the 392. I think they look great on bright color Jeep’s as it breaks things up a bit. Confirms for me I’ll be happy once installed.
 

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Perfect I have the same ones going on my hydro blue 392. @pixeldecals made one with a gold matching color to the accents of the 392. I think they look great on bright color Jeep’s as it breaks things up a bit. Confirms for me I’ll be happy once installed.
I'm glad this picture helped. I'm truly pleased with them. Definitely a better look in my opinion.

On one of mine I had a tiny little bubble I left on the outer black layer somehow. I wanted it gone. So I warmed it up with a hair dryer and rubbed it right out. Absolutely no sign of any bubbles. Also used a little heat in the lower area of the vent where it all meets and rolls in under. Used a paper towel to get in deeper to apply pressure. Man it worked great! All adhered and a smooth transition. If you get to aggressive pressing out the water soap mix you are risking a wrinkle. Just go easy at first and you'll get there. Besides slower gives you time to adjust alignment.

I really want to see how yours turn out!
 

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I’ve been looking for years for the right side steps. I may have found them. Are you happy with these? Cost? Do you have more pics of them installed and some close up?
These are great. I’ve bashed them on rocks quite a bit without any issues! Highly recommend them

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I'm glad this picture helped. I'm truly pleased with them. Definitely a better look in my opinion.

On one of mine I had a tiny little bubble I left on the outer black layer somehow. I wanted it gone. So I warmed it up with a hair dryer and rubbed it right out. Absolutely no sign of any bubbles. Also used a little heat in the lower area of the vent where it all meets and rolls in under. Used a paper towel to get in deeper to apply pressure. Man it worked great! All adhered and a smooth transition. If you get to aggressive pressing out the water soap mix you are risking a wrinkle. Just go easy at first and you'll get there. Besides slower gives you time to adjust alignment.

I really want to see how yours turn out!
I’ll post it here and tag you in it so you can check it out. I pick it up a week from Friday. Counting down the days.
 

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These are great. I’ve bashed them on rocks quite a bit without any issues! Highly recommend them

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Thank you. Looks great on yours. Any rust issues, esp where you “bashed” them? How long have you had them on?
 

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no rusting issues. I do tend to wash and dry the jeep after wheeling and go over all my contact points on the rails, skids and frame with Rust-oleum bedliner. blends well with the rails and under the jeep. the under coating by Rust-oleum is good for the frame too but i prefer to just use bed liner as it has a good seal and drys quick.
 
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