What was done to your rig this week?

GP NOIR

Active Member
All good. sounds like you have a plan. No on the grill too. You could try shaving it first and see if that works. 😆
HA! Shaving the eyebrows would go from “Ridiculous” to “Ghetto”!

I have thought about cosmetic surgery for the front bumper. Make an appointment with Dr. Sawzall and Nurse Bighammers for a boob reduction, soda blast it, rattlecan it and see how it turns out. It’d do, for now.
 

jorgelrod

Active Member
"clatter"? Can you be more specific as to what you were hearing?
It wasn't like the typical 3.6 Tick and it wasn't noticeable all the time either. It was felt under acceleration between the 2-3.5K RPM range that had a weird engine vibration that was felt inside the cabin like you were feeling a small compressor come on and the sound was very similar to slapping two wooden pieces together or like one of those older Singer sowing machines.
 

wayoflife

Administrator
Staff member
It wasn't like the typical 3.6 Tick and it wasn't noticeable all the time either. It was felt under acceleration between the 2-3.5K RPM range that had a weird engine vibration that was felt inside the cabin like you were feeling a small compressor come on and the sound was very similar to slapping two wooden pieces together or like one of those older Singer sowing machines.
Got it and thank you for posting this up. (y)
 

WERDT

New member
I installed butt plug. It was a fun project that took about an hour. Now my jeep looks more rugged and stylish. I'm really happy with the results!
 
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Robo

New member
Installed the arb single compressor using the acm mount and heat shield A5D75B12-2525-4C82-9A5E-D84B94BA7C69.jpeg

Installed jks swaybar quick disconnects and a 2-dr rubicon takeoff suspension on my jl sport. That gave it about an inch lift in the front, inch and a half in the rear. Also installed the mopar stubby bumper.
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Tixslam

Caught the Bug
Installed a JKS front track bar. Ever since the Mopar lift was installed the front axle was off about 5/8". I never noticed it while driving but it was always on my mind.:rolleyes: After the install I was shocked how far the steering was off center. Got that taken care of and all is well.
Eddie's videos certainly come in handy(y)
 

Groundzero

New member
I am fixing a bent tie rod, tire and hydraulic ram this week as I had a corolla decide to run into me this weekend. Everyone was ok.
 

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