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09/29/2009
YUKON ZIP LOCKER INSTALL By Wayne Hartwig - www.alljeep.com The Yukon Zip Locker is a new to the market air actuated locker and contains forged 4320 side gears. This locker is going into a Jeep Cherokee Dana 44 rear end. Iím going to cover everything from start to finish as well as go inside the locker to show you what they look like. Iím also going to be using my 2 car garage to show that with the proper tools, you can install this yourself. Everyoneís gotta learn at some time, right? And if you are one of those guys that working on his own rig is a requirement, then here you go! Of course, if youíre the other kind of guy that just doesnít have the patience or correct tools, your local off-road shop can install them as well. While this is not difficult work, it does require some patie
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09/29/2009
Brief Explanation: This is a step by step with pictures on how to install the factory fog lights on a 2005-2009 Grand Cherokee (WK). The instructions from the factory are very vague and don't go into very good detail.
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09/28/2009
This will be a writeup on how to trim factory style flares or flares of similar material.I have 7 inch factory style flares.This will be the flares used in the writeup. The flares are quite pliable and pretty easy to work with.If they were made of a harder material(cough!!Bushwacker!!)then this method will probably not work. Anyways,on to the the writeup.
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09/28/2009
Like so many others, I have searched for a good solution for the speedo problem. What I came up with is a little different than what others have used that I have read about.
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06/15/2009
My stepfather threw out my door panels!. Got itchy and decided to fabricate something. heres what i did. Tools/Materials needed: Daimond Soft Anti-Fatigue Mat (Home Depot about $15 a sheet) Drill Small drill bit Sheet metal shears or scissors Self tapping metal screws Sharpie Marker Tape Measurer With the door off, if you can, lay the door on the ground and go ahead and start measuring, and marking off were you want to cut. Trim the corners and cut the rectangle out for the door handle, I covered were the window/door controls were cuz mine have been relocated. Make sure to be presise because you will be using this as a template for the other door. This will make the process alot faster for the other door. Now take your other sheet of Anti-Fatig
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03/30/2009
So my air compressor install has been done for a few months now and operating exactly how I wanted it to. Now I'm going to try to remember everything I did and where I got all the parts from.
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03/30/2009
Im doing a write up on how to paint a hard top. there isnt much information out there on doing it. Heres how i did mine i recommend washing it before you start Heres a picture before i started First thing to do is get your supplies. you will need the following: Krylon fusion any color you want, i used 3 cans i recommend getting 4 Masking tape Newspaper Scottbrite pads Towel Now the first thing to do is scuff the hard top, and then wipe it clean with the towel. This is just to get dirt and other things off. Next, start masking the top, and remove the vents on the side also remove the molding around the windows, they will pull right out. Label them. Now your ready to start painting, when you spray do a 50% percent over lap of the last coat. This will pr
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03/30/2009
Total Time For Install - 1 hour 30 minutes approx. Installed on - 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport Tools Used - 16mm socket and ratchet, 22mm socket Materials Needed - C-Rok support brace, 3 steering box bolts, 1 - 9/16" Grade 8 nylock nut and bolt, 3 - 5/8" dia. spacers Notes: I did not take the tire off to do this project. With my tirmmed fenders and lift, it was no problem to get to the bolts. Here is what the kit came with, (minus the bolts, so just the spacer and the metal cylindrical spacers, not pictured) 1) Here is what I started with: Remove the three steering box bolts. CAREFULLY, otherwise they will snap and it will make this project much longer. Ask me how i know! 2) Once bolts are taken off, pop off the spacer that sits between the unibody and steering
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03/30/2009
For a while now, I have been toying around with the idea of dumping the back seats, and building some type of box to contain all of my trail gear. My first idea was raise up the seat brackets a few inches and build a slide out under the seat box.
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03/30/2009
Given the number of Jeeps being driven away without our permission (Stolen) lately I and several others in my local club have decided to add the factory SKIM set up to our Jeeps. This will prevent your jeep from being hotwired or a non chipped key being duplicated and used to steal it. When a non coded key is used it will kill your Jeep after about 2 seconds. Doing this is very simple.
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