Thanks, I’m hoping to one day be on 37s/40s fully built.Solid work. I started with a 2014 Sport-S and followed a similar path until getting to where it’s at now. Looks great! Keep it up.
Good looking build. Look forward to more great pictures like these.I have noticed I have been a little inactive on here, which I am hoping will change. Between work (we have been on a 6 day work schedule) and going back to school, my Jeep time, along with scrolling on WAYALIFE has been slim to none.
However, I did find a chance to get the Jeep dirty during the Holiday weekend.
Some nice weather off pavement pictures from last weekend.
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nothing like stretching the legs of my Jeep.
One good thing that should come from my long work weeks will be some good upgrades. I have a few mods picked out once life slows back down.
The sensor is in fact on the backside of the oil cooler and will require removal of the upper and lower intake manifolds. Was is super low on oil to your knowledge?A little update….
my Jeep decided to throw a check engine light today, P0520. A code relating to the engine oil pressure sensor. My engine sounds fine, nothing out of the ordinary. I decided to just change my oil and filter, to see if that would help. My engine oil was on the darker side, and it was probably overdue for one. I’m hoping this is the fix, as I’ve read the sensor is under the intake manifold.
Another note, I’ve decided to make the jump to 37s this year. I found a great deal on 37x12.50r17, that I just can’t let go. I currently run 16s, so I will be buying some cheap 17s, and then slowly buy some beadlocks later on.
I’m hoping in a few months, i will also be able to grab a new front axle. But for now, I will just put axle trust on my Dana 30 and be on the skinny peddle when off-roading.
This year I’m hoping to have some major changes come to the Jeep, which should include axle, beadlocks, stinger bumper, and long arms.