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Nice. Would you be so kind as to provide a part number for the cup holder? I hate the phone/coin holder thing in my Rubicon. Thanks!
I’m interested in this too. I like having the cup holders in the center arm rest, but miss the ones on the console.
Is this a 4dr or a Rubicon thing? My 2021 2dr Willys has a cup holder in the back.
 

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I like these too. Ugh so many options!!!

You hapoy

Installed LoD Signature mid-width bumper with a Warn VR-10S winch plus JKS sway bar quick disconnects.

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Love it! Winch looks familiar though :)

Is this a 4dr or a Rubicon thing? My 2021 2dr Willys has a cup holder in the back.
My Sahara 4 door has it from factory.
 

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Is this a 4dr or a Rubicon thing? My 2021 2dr Willys has a cup holder in the back.
If you have rubicon or Sahara leather seats you get a fold down arm rest with cup holders instead of the ones behind the console.
 

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Added 130 watts of solar power with foldable panel that plugs directly into Dometic PLB40 which in turn powers my Dometic fridge in back of Jeep. Now no need to worry about draining Jeep battery. Plus is way less weight / bulk than Goal Zero panel and battery This panel folds down to 23” x 9” and is only 9 lbs . Tucks right under 2nd row seats
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I ordered her a new set of wheels and tires. I went with the Fuel Beast wheels and 37" BF Goodrich KM3's. The tires are on backorder for ten weeks which is a bummer but worth the wait in my opinion. I don't know how I did it but I got 60,000 miles out of the set I have on now. I doubt it will happen a second time but I can hope 🤞

Doug with Discount Tires set the whole thing up for me. Highly recommend them.

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Decided to get the Jeep ready for winter by washing, clay bar, and sealing the paint. Then cleaned up the interior and took off the top and doors to enjoy some nice warm weather over the next several days.

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Look great.
Any feedback on how the finish holds up after getting dinged around during a couple of tire changes?
I have those same lug nuts and brand new they already had scratches and the black was pretty thin. The finish has not held up well but I’m not spending $218 for McGuard locking lug nuts yet. That’s after the lift, front bumper, rear bumper, tire carrier, fender flares, etc…

it never ends.
 

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I’m taking my Jeep to the dealer for a recall inspection and oil change, so she got a long-overdue bath and I took the Tazer off. What a pita! The extension cable is ordered :like:.

Speaking of ordering stuff…I have the Metalcloak 2.5” Game Changer on the way. I also got the tie-rod and drag link.
 

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Decided to get the Jeep ready for winter by washing, clay bar, and sealing the paint. Then cleaned up the interior and took off the top and doors to enjoy some nice warm weather over the next several days.

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Winter.....Winter......what's winter......????

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Winter.....Winter......what's winter......????

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Vermont is a long way from Texas. ;) Temps get close to 80 I will open my Jeep again. As you know its HOT/Humid in our State. :sun:😎 I kept mine open until early June and AC won out.
 

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Yikes! The post is funny but the smelly carpet is not.
Rutting lesbian ferrets? That was so random and weird that I feel like I outdid myself.

Since you already have the carpet removed, have you thought of armorlite?
Yes. I can't afford it right now.

Been through this. Pulled the carpet, shampooed it by hand, and reinstalled. Took a full day. No skunky smell, but the new car smell was gone.

Armorlite is on my list for future mods.
Mine too, along with a snorkel. I'm not going to be in a position to afford any of that for quite some time though. I had fun on my build, I put some cool stuff on my Jeep, but it's time to put on my big boy panties and not go bankrupt.

So from all I have been reading and seeing is that the drain plugs leak into cab if they are under water.
I think that has to be where the water got in. There was almost no visible sign of infiltration. Everything happened below the floor mats, except for that one place where it got deep enough to overflow up into the floor mat. If it had come under the doors, I would have noticed. Especially since I opened one of the doors and looked. The water was lapping at the rock sliders at that point. My lower door sills are 26" off the ground.
 

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