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Project "Get Lit" YJ

Project Get Lit - New Graphics

Thanks to Shiny Concepts for the amazing new graphics on our Project YJ, just in time for Tampa Bay Jeep Fest so we are ready for our display!   All the graphics are done in reflective vinyl so they appear great at night. Shiny Concepts does all kinds of graphics from cut vinyl to printed vehicle wraps.  Thanks again for the great graphics!

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Project Get Lit - Lit Up

Project Get Lit - Lit Up

We've put all the light bars we could reasonably fit onto the YJ. Well, we are looking for places to mount some more but this may be overkill already.   50" 288Watt 28800Lumen LED Light Bar model CB1150.  Installed using CBWH1 Wire Harness and CBBKJK1 Brackets.   21.5" 120Watt 11200Lumen LED Light Bar CB1120.  Installed with CBWH1 Wire Harness.  For this we had to go outside and buy Motobilt brackets for the YJ. 13.5" 72Watt 6720Lumen LED Light Bar CB1112.  Installed using CBWH1 Wire Harness, and the brackets included with the light bar lined up perfectly to the tabs on...

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Project Get Lit - Bedliner

Project Get Lit - Bedliner

When we bought this YJ, it looked as if the previous owner had painted it with spray bombs from Walmart.  Not that there is anything wrong with a budget paint job done under a tree in your driveway, but we wanted something a little more eye catching. There wasn't much rust in this old YJ at all, just some small spots at the bottom of the driver door.  The PO had replaced the driver side floor pan so that saved us some work. We did fill a lot of dings and dents to straighten it out.  They weren't visible with...

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Project Get Lit - Lift Kit

Project Get Lit - Lift Kit

So, when we took the YJ to Ocala last week we noticed some serious rubbing of the tires on the fender flares.  You know what that means! We settled on a Rough Country 4.5" Lift Kit with Military Wrap leaf springs.  We aren't sure what that means but it sounds awesome.  Here are some pictures of the project in process. One thing, for anyone who does a YJ lift.  These bolts need to be cut.  Don't spend hours trying to get them loose with an impact gun, breaker bar, heat gun, and lots of swearing.  Just cut them.  

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Project Get Lit - 1st repairs

Project Get Lit - 1st repairs

Okay, so the first thing we are doing with our YJ is fixing it.  We let our 19 year old employee take it to McDonald's, and we get this phone call: 19YO Employee: "Hi, the Jeep broke down" Us: "What exactly broke?" 19YO Employee: "I don't know, but there are parts of it all over the road. So, for some unknown reason (and 19 year old employee insists that he was driving it like he would his own car) the rear drive shaft let loose.  It took part of the transfer case housing, the muffler, and most of the exhaust...

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