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What did you do to your Jeep 392 today? 🛠️

Just got her back from the vinyl shop. What a difference a couple small tattoos make.
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Thanks a lot for getting back to me! This is by far the most useful and honest feedback I’ve heard/read, which is totally aligned to the nature of the anti-sway bar.

FYI
Driving all week to work, the on-road is so good, as stated by others, great for on-road, At this point I am not going to tweak the stiffness, somehow I am used to it, or it has settled? Not sure. I do not rock-crawl, but I do like to travel on the dirt, so as the Summer goes on I will report back again.

For on-road, the claims about bang for buck seem to be accurate and I was skeptical. Hope that helps anyone looking.
 
Got the Mopar Winch and Grill Guard on order! First real "mod" purchase :cool: . If you don't count the Outback Adventure Trailgater.
 
I like the gold on the grill. But why on only 2 ?
Supposedly, it is to help spotters with your Jeep in regard to the Jeep's axle position. Not sure how much it helps if any really, I'm thinking it has more to do with looks. Either way I like it.
 
Supposedly, it is to help spotters with your Jeep in regard to the Jeep's axle position. Not sure how much it helps if any really, I'm thinking it has more to do with looks. Either way I like it.
I don't even comprehend that but I'm not all that sharp.
 
Supposedly, it is to help spotters with your Jeep in regard to the Jeep's axle position. Not sure how much it helps if any really, I'm thinking it has more to do with looks. Either way I like it.
Wait. What?

I've never heard of that. I suppose it's highlighting the position of the diff, so that spotters can avoid dragging it on rocks.

I liked it when I thought it was just for looks. More so now.
 
Wait. What?

I've never heard of that. I suppose it's highlighting the position of the diff, so that spotters can avoid dragging it on rocks.

I liked it when I thought it was just for looks. More so now.
I think most good spotters know where your diff is.

I never liked the grill ribbons on the M cars so I never added them.
 
I like the gold on the grill. But why on only 2 ?
Typically, it indicates a high performance vehicle. BMWs and others have used this style (i.e. racing stripes) for years.
 
Typically, it indicates a high performance vehicle. BMWs and others have used this style (i.e. racing stripes) for years.
I think 99% of the BMWs that stuck them on weren't even "M"s, just want-to-bes
 
Supposedly, it is to help spotters with your Jeep in regard to the Jeep's axle position. Not sure how much it helps if any really, I'm thinking it has more to do with looks. Either way I like it.
Who’s looking at the grill while spotting ? I don’t understand that. If the grill is going to come in contact with a rock 🪨 that jeep has bigger problems. Hopefully there is a miscommunication here of some sort
 
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Who’s looking at the grill while spotting ? I don’t understand that. If the grill is going to come in contact with a rock 🪨 that jeep has bigger problems. Hopefully there is a miscommunication here of some sort
It's not grill to rock contact rather the grill marks are a quick ref to diff location, like others mentioned. Sort of like a highlighter helps mark important information in print. I think that's the whole idea behind it at least. Like others have said good spotters don't need but others might. I had on my other Jeep and like the look as well. Not everyone's cup of tea.
 

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Just installed the J&L 3.0 Catch Can. I know some may think it's unnecessary, but I like the idea of less H2O vapor in the system.

Two things I learned from doing the install. (1) The hood is heavy as hellO compared to the JKs. And (2) Thought I'd check the fuses to see if the factory took the time. Low and behold several were not completed seated. I didn't have any issues prior but I'm glad I checked them.
 

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Added carbon fiber shifter trans/transfer case consoles from MHF. Installed delayed a little. They sent a RHD version so had to cut the base plate off my stock and plastic weld (melt) onto the one they sent. Not too bad.

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Ever since I put in the Goose Gear, I've been wanting to do full sound deadening of the body tub. With the AWE exhaust and the removal of all the soft textiles in the rear, it was notably louder inside. Echoey, if you will...

I've had the Sound Assassins full kit for a little while now from Hot Heads, but I kept holding off for some reason. Last week I finally talked myself into ordering Armorlite flooring - front, rear, wheel housings, and rear cargo closeout panel (the piece that goes from the rear seat to the cargo deck).

Armorlite comes today, so in preparation I pulled out all the GG parts and all the rear trim. This week I'll start getting sound deadening installed and then the Armorlite. I figure between the sound deadening and Armorlite flooring, I should see a noticeable impact on the interior road / exhaust volume levels.

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