Disciple Off Road
Dang man, so sorry but sounds like you guys are in good spirits and everything is going well with her recovery Jeep is looking great! Glad you are getting some time to work on it and take your mind of things.
Chemical guys. Not sure how good it is but it’s easy to apply and remove. I know I won’t be using wax ever again. LolWhat ceramic coat did you use?
Much easier. Just literally wipe on, and then after about 2 minutes, wipe off. You don’t need to wait for a haze, or anything. Some ceramic coats want you to wait for it to rainbow. It might still look wet as you wipe it off. No pressure whatsoever on the paint. Just wipe it off as you would dry it. Just make sure you get it all wiped off. You can get a high spot that might require buffing to get it down after it cures. Just try and keep it inside for 24 hours afterwards. Obviously you will want to make sure the paint is clean prior to it. Wash, claybar etc.How does it go on? Easier than waxing?
Thank you, it means a lot.This is a nice build. Keeping you in my prayers. God bless.
Looks like bumper needs a cutting torch or a sawsall. Otherwise looks great!Installed the rear AntiRock today. I see why they are made to be run in tandem, front and rear. Just the street ride quality is terrific. I think they are a bit too expensive (pretty good discount on them though), but to each their own I guess. Really easy install, as the front was. Nice to be lazy and not get out and disconnect. With the Rancho 9000s and these AntiRocks, it’s a pretty plush ride with the factory springs with spacers. Yes there is a bit more body roll but only initially. It handles very well. Most everyone understands what you’re getting with them but they work very well in tandem and keep the body very neutral.
I have Yet to make up my mind with regards to springs. I would prefer to keep what I have, but as of now I have no extra bumpstops with the spacers. Everything clears except the bumper. The problem with the diesel and the 392 Jeeps is the factory BS are like 1.5” longer than the gas V6 and turbo. If I add BS it will bottom out quicker. Otherwise I have to go with more lift, which I don’t really want. Or I just trim the bumper. I might just trim it. It rides so good. Dammit.
These trails out here in Farmington are pretty gnarly and some of the stuff we tried out are close to my personal limit and the Jeep was much more stable than just disconnected. Now, I wouldn’t replace a Rubicon electric sway bar with one, but for my sport it was a no brainer for me. Even the wife was shocked how well it handled off-road and how plush it is. She got to go out with me today and enjoy being out of the house. It sure was nice to see her forgetting for a while. Unfortunately she can’t ride too long so we have to keep it close. These trails are 5 minutes from the house so Choke Cherry canyon it is. View attachment 377048 View attachment 377049 View attachment 377050 View attachment 377051 View attachment 377052 View attachment 377053
I knew this cracked concrete would come in handy……
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If only super old Bobbie’s were that easy and cheap to fix…Front factory springs were sagging like super old boobies.